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Higher Education Programs

Institutional Characteristics

Historically underserved learners

Location of School - City

Location of School - State

Type of Institution

Classification of Institution

Recruit historically underserved learners

Language is a requirement

Improve ACCESS for all learners in more languages

Implement strategies to retain historically underserved learners

Obstacles to enrollment

Increase ACCOUNTABILITY through transparency and documentation

Publish description of program goals and requirements

Publicize efforts to increase historically underserved student enrollments

Publicize definition of student success

Levels of language offered

Keys to Access and Accountability

Recruit faculty from HUL communities

Partnerships with community

Partnership with education

Partnership with philanthropic foundations

Offer language immersion opportunities

Provide financial assistance

Participate in US federal government programs

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  • The Lakota Studies Department offers four degrees and a Lakota Language Certificate. The department also provides the focus for the entire college in maintaining a Lakota perspective. All students are required to take courses… … Read More
  • The Utah Bridge Program focus is centered on supporting access to bilingual, biliterate, and bicultural citizenship, and meeting each student’s potential in college pathways. The University of Utah partners with our state's… … Read More