AAIA Scholarships

Who Is Eligible:

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Since 1922, the Association on American Indian Affairs has been dedicated to helping Native people and their communities in meeting the challenges they face. One of these challenges is that of paying for a higher education. AAIA assists college students in meeting this challenge through our eight scholarship programs.

AAIA offers two graduate scholarships, one scholarship which is open to graduate and undergraduate students and five undergraduate scholarships, one of which is available to students from tribes that are not federally recognized. AAIA depends on the generosity of our donors to fund our scholarship programs; therefore, availability may change from year to year.

 


Requirements:

Please see website for additional eligibility/requirements and instructions. The available scholarships are as follows:
  AAIA Scholarships
  Allogan Slagle
  Adolph Van Pelt
  Displaced Homemakers
  Elizabeth Asche
  Emergency Aid
  Emilie Hesemeyer
  Florence Young
  Sequoyah


Deadline:
Amount: Varies (depending upon program selected)
How to apply:

Please visit: AAIA Scholarships
for applications and/or additional information.

 

Please check back on March 1, 2015 for information about the 2015-2016 school year.