About Us

 

FALCON (First Americans Land grant Consortium) is a professional association of Tribal College & Universities administrators, faculty, extension educators, researchers and students who work on land grant programs. 

Why FALCON?

 

Addressing Capacity Building Needs among the 1994 Land Grant Institutions.​

FALCON was created in 2004 to help address the limited human capacity at the 1994 Land Grant Institutions (Tribal Colleges and Universities).  It provides a peer-to-peer network that supports 1994 administrators, directors, faculty, extension educators and students in fulfilling their land grant mission.  FALCON helps establish connections with partners who share common interests and goals and can leverage resources.  Click on Our Programs to learn more.

Click here to see a list of the 1994 land grant institutions.

Click here to see an interactive map of the 1994s.

FALCON is sanctioned by the American Indian Higher Education Consortium (AIHEC) Board of Directors to provide technical assistance services to the 1994 land grants.  Click here to see more information on AIHEC.

Our Leadership Team

Amber Marlow

President

Lac Courte Oreilles Ojibwe College

Bryan Neztsosie

Vice President

Dine College

Brianna Gunka

Treasurer

Bay Mills Community College

Angie Sells

Secretary

Southwestern Indian Polytechnic Institute

John Phillips

Executive Director