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AT&T- WGU Native American Scholarship Fund

WGU is pleased to offer the AT&T-WGU Native American Scholarship Fund. The scholarship fund, made possible by the AT&T Foundation and WGU, furnishes scholarships each valued up to $5,000 which are designed to help members of Native American tribes earn a college degree to make a positive impact in the communities in which they live and work. This scholarship will be credited at the rate of $1,000 per six-month, renewable for up to five terms. Please note that before you can apply for this scholarship, you must first apply for admission to WGU. Scholarships are awarded on a monthly basis.

* This scholarship is for members of Native American tribes or their spouses who live in the following states:

o Washington
o Oregon
o Montana
o Wyoming
o Idaho
o Nevada
o Utah
o Colorado
o Arizona
o New Mexico
o North Dakota
o South Dakota
o Nebraska
o Kansas
o Oklahoma
o Alaska
o Hawaii
o Minnesota
o Iowa

* Individuals who live and/or work in Native American communities who can prove that a college degree can help them make a positive impact in those communities. For more information, visit

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