Decennial Census of Population and Housing
The U.S. census counts every resident in the United States. It is mandated by Article I, Section 2 of the Constitution and takes place every 10 years.
The Economic Census provides detailed information on employer businesses, including detailed data by industry, geography, and more.
American Indian and Alaska Native Programs
The U.S. Census Bureau has two main programs designed to collect and maintain geographic information on tribal areas.
Annual estimates for the U.S., states, counties, cities, etc. Components of population change (births, deaths and migration) for U.S., states and counties.
The Population Projections Program produces population estimates for future dates. Projections include assumptions about future births, deaths, and migration.
Bureau of Indian Affairs
Click here to access the Tribal Leaders Directory of Federally Recognized Tribes.
United States Government
Click here to access resources for Native Americans and other Federally Recognized Indian Tribes.
President Obama and the Native American Community: Resources within U.S. Federal Agencies.
A Guide to Tribal Colleges and Scholarships for Native Americans
Many different types of financial assistance may be available to Native American students.
Affordable Colleges Online for Native American Students
Affordable Colleges Online provides community resources and tools related to higher education with an eye on affordability and accreditation.
National American Indian Housing Council (NAIHC)
NAIHC is the only national organization representing housing interests of Native people who reside in Indian communities and Alaska Native Villages.
National Congress of American Indians (NCAI)
NCAI is the largest and most representative American Indian and Alaska Native organization serving the broad interests of tribal governments and communities.
National Indian Education Association (NIEA)
NIEA adheres to bring Native educators together to explore ways to improve schools and the education of Native children.