The American Indian College Fund provides scholarships provides scholarships to undergraduate and graduate students attending accredited public and non-profit private college all across the United States.
American Indian College Fund
The American Indian Graduate Center Inc.
About: The American Indian Graduate Center Scholarship provides funding to students pursuing an undergraduate degree, or a to students who are pursuing a master, doctoral, or professional degree, as full time student at an accredited graduate school in the United States.
American Indian Services Scholarships
The American Indian Services Scholarship provides funding to matriculated students who are at least one-quarter (1/4) enrolled member of a federally recognized Native American tribe. Students must have a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.25.
Association on American Indian Affairs
The Association on American Indian Affairs provides funding to graduate and undergraduate students from federally recognized tribes and who are full time students attending an accredited institution. A scholarship is provided to students from non-federally recognized tribes. Students must have a minimum 2.5 GPA.
Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) American Indian Scholarships
The DAR American Indian Scholarship provides funding to undergraduate and graduate students enrolled full time at a 2- or 4- year college or university. The candidate must provide proof of American Indian blood, must demonstrate financial need, academic achievement, and have a 3.25 GPA or higher.
The Frances Crawford Marvin American Indian Scholarship provides funding to one student annually. The candidate must be enrolled full time at a 2- or 4- year college or university.
Indian Health Service (IHS) Scholarship Program
The Indian Health Service (IHS) Scholarship Program provides funding to qualified American Indian and Alaska Native students. IHS offers three scholarship: Preparatory Scholarship; Pre-Graduate Scholarship; and Health Professions Scholarship.
New York State Indian Aid Program
The New York State Indian Aid Program provides funding to Native American students pursuing an undergraduate degree at a New York State institution of higher education. New York State residents who are on an official tribal roll of a New York State tribe, or the child of such an enrolled member are eligible.
RIT Frederick Douglass Scholarship
The Frederick Douglass Scholarship was established in 1982 for African American, Latino American and Native American (AALANA) students who represent the attributes of Frederick Douglass (1817-1895). Recipients of the scholarship are chosen for their leadership characteristics, campus citizenship, service, and appreciation of diversity. If you have any questions or need additional information, please contact MCAS at (585)475-4704 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Truman D. Picard Scholarship
The Truman D. Picard Scholarship provides funding to Native American students pursuing an undergraduate or graduate degree in Natural Resources. Students must demonstrate financial need and provide evidence of enrollment in a federally recognized tribe or Alaska Native Corporation, as established by the U.S. government.
Udall Undergraduate Scholarship
The Udall Foundation provides funding to college sophomores and juniors who are pursuing health-related careers, who are working on an array of policy issues in Indian Country, and who are interested in conservation and environmental issues.
Wells Fargo American Indian Scholarship
The Well Fargo American Indian Scholarship is funded by Wells Fargo and administered by the American Indian Graduate Center. The scholarship provides funding to full-time college juniors or seniors attending a U.S. accredited college or university. Students must be pursuing a career and degree in fields relating to banking, resort management, gaming operations, management and administration, including accounting, finance, information technology and human resources. Candidates must be enrolled in a federally recognized American Indian tribe or Alaska Native group OR provide documentation of ancestry to possession of one-fourth degree Indian blood of a federally recognized tribe.