The United Auburn Indian Community is invested in enriching the community through economic development, education services and a commitment to aid philanthropic programs. The United Auburn Indian Community is comprised of both Miwok and Maidu Indians. The historic Auburn Rancheria is located in the Sierra Nevada foothills in Auburn, California. The United Auburn Indian Community offers many resources including scholarships.
The United Auburn Indian Community’s (UAIC) Community Giving Committee established its Native American Scholarship Program to support the educational aspirations of other Indians in UAIC’s six county service area by giving scholarships to selected Indians enrolled in higher education programs. Eligible applicants must be enrolled in an approved post-secondary educational institution, provide proof of enrollment in a federally recognized tribe (or provide proof of ancestry), and have a 2.5 GPA.