Lumina Foundation is a private, independent foundation established in Indianapolis since August 2000. They are the nation's largest foundation dedicated to increasing students' access to and success in post-secondary education.
The mission of the foundation is to increase the percentage of Americans who hold high-quality degrees and credentials to 60% by 2025.
The foundation have worked with and made grants to many colleges, peer foundations, associations, and other organizations to improve student access and outcomes across the nation.
The council gave permission to the Lamar Fire and Emergency Services to apply for a CDPHE EMTS provider grant to replace one ambulance from the fleet. Lamar Fire Chief Jeremy Burkhart explained the...more
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE. BOULDER—The Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education will soon launch a new consortium for colleges and universities that heavily serve Native American Indians and...more
The bulk, $1 million, will go toward a national study on racial climate on campuses, in partnership with Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors. ... “The fact is, this call to action is true not only...more
In September, the foundation designated 17 communities across the country as Talent Hubs to accelerate that goal. Talent Hubs ... Foundation. Lumina's Community Partnerships for Attainment program...more
The Anchorage-based Rasmuson Foundation has announced grants totaling more than $6.6 million to fourteen nonprofit organizations in the state. Grant recipients include Set Free Alaska, which was...more
... problems rooted in racial bias and inequity, and $100,000 each to the Council on Foundations, Grantmakers for Education, and Independent Sector to host webinars, training, and convenings designed...more