The AIEF Graduate Scholarship Program

$2,000

April 04, 2020

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  • Scholarship Description
  • The AIEF program now offers competitive graduate scholarships to eligible American Indian/Alaska Native/Native Hawaiian students pursuing a Masters or Doctoral degree. The scholarship is accessible to both part-time and full-time graduate students. The level of scholarship funding is dependent on the number of hours enrolled in graduate studies. Online courses and ABD (all but dissertation) are not applicable for the graduate scholarship. All American Indian/Alaska Native students who are enrolled in their tribe, or have a parent who is an enrolled member are eligible.

    Applicant must be Native American, Alaska Native, Native Hawaiian (student or one parent must be enrolled and have documentation) attending or have been accepted to an accredited graduate school (online colleges are not applicable, ABD not applicable) enrolled between 6-18 credits (level of scholarship funding dependent on number of credits enrolled). A GPA between 2.5 and 3.5 is desirable. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
  • Contact
  • American Indian Education Foundation
  • 2401 Eglin St.
  • Rapid City, SD 57703
  • cacker@nativepartnership.org
  • 800-881-8694

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