How Blackfeet Community College and the University of Montana Help Native Students Succeed

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Charnelle Bear Medicine (second from left), who grew up on the Blackfeet Indian Reservation, walks with friends on the campus of the U. of Montana.

The University of Montana and Blackfeet Community College are vastly different institutions in size and mission. Yet both in their own way try to create a welcoming environment for Native American students that helps them to succeed. Here are how the...

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