Fort Lewis Collge sees record Indian enrollment
More than 750 Indian students representing 121 tribes attended Fort Lewis College in Colorado last fall, the highest in the school's history.

The school was created in 1911 with a promise to educate Indian students, who receive a tuition waiver to attend. A panel tonight will focus on the struggles and successes of four generations of Indian women who went to Fort Lewis.

About 20 percent of the student body is Indian.

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Fort Lewis college studies retention, success of American Indian women (The Farmington Daily Times 3/24)