Leech Lake Tribal College Announces Commitment to Expand College Access at White House Event
Celebrate National Food Day by participating in the LLTC Squash Harvest Cook-Off!
Linking our past to achieve the future: From South to North, The Living Well paradigm: A one-week lecture series with Dr. Sonia Davila-Pobleta in association with Bemidji State University's American Indian Resource Center and the Indigenous Environmental Network.
The Leech Lake Tribal College campus was buzzing with activity during the Student Orientation Day.
Come see the LLTC booth at the Cass Lake Summerfest on the 27th from 1pm to 5pm.
Longbow Golf Club in Walker hosted the 9th Annual Leech Lake Tribal College Golf Classic on June 27th. The event proceeds went to support the Benny Tonce scholarship and the LLTC Laker Athletic Programs.
The Bernick Family Foundation has a proud tradition of supporting the communities in which they serve by supporting organizations that reflect the family’s core values. Recently Jason Bernick visited the Leech Lake Tribal College campus to present his family’s generous gift of $10,000 for the LLTC Library Campaign. The Bernick Family Foundation strives to assist communities.
American Indian College Fund awards Leech Lake Tribal College with a three year $50,000 Traditional Arts Grant.
The fund is named after Leroy's uncle and late grandfather, whom he cites as key influences on his life.
LLTC accepts a $75,000 check, from the Teal family, for the new Library/Learning Center and this donation completes the fundraising campaign.