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Johnson Scholarship Foundation

Help us unlock $1M for Indigenous business students to create the largest scholarship endowment in FLC’s history!

Fort Lewis College enrolls more Native American Business majors than any four-year college or university in the country.

Danielle Joe in turquoise jewelry and graduation cap and diploma
Read about alumna Danielle Joe (Accounting ’20), a member of the Navajo Nation and JSF scholarship recipient giving back to her community.

Thanks to the generosity of the Johnson Scholarship Foundation and their Indigenous Peoples Program, the FLC School of Business Administration provides generous scholarships to Native American and Indigenous students majoring in business.

The purpose of this program is to facilitate economic development throughout Indigenous communities.

With your help, we can provide more!

Your gift multiplied

Right now, The Johnson Scholarship Foundation will match your contribution, dollar-for-dollar and up to $1,000,000, for the Native American Business Student Scholarship Endowment. For every dollar you give, they match it. This will create a $2 million scholarship endowment – the largest in FLC history!

Double your gift now

Dollars in Action

To date, we’ve provided more than $250,000 in JSF Scholarships! Numerous scholarship recipients have earned their way onto the Dean’s list, and several have graduated with honors.

We have much to celebrate, including Danielle Joe’s success and the futures of other Indigenous students who will benefit from this scholarship.

Please donate today. Remember, every donation made gets matched.

Matching Progress – it takes a community!

We have raised $150,000 in matching funds from generous supporters like you!

Thanks to La Plata Electric Association (LPEA), the FLC Foundation Board, and alumni and friends of FLC like you!

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