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Wisconsin Indian Student Assistance Grants

$1,100

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  • Scholarship Description
  • Awards under this program are made to Wisconsin residents who are at least 25% Native American and are undergraduate or graduate students enrolled in degree or certificate programs at University of Wisconsin, Wisconsin Technical College, independent colleges and universities, tribal colleges, or proprietary institutions based in Wisconsin. Awards are based on financial need with a limit of ten semesters of eligibility. HEAB has an informal matching arrangement with grant funds awarded by the Federal Bureau of Indian Affairs and Wisconsin Tribal governments.

    To be eligible for a grant under the Indian Student Assistance Program, a student must have one-quarter Indian blood as certified by the appropriate Indian agency; or be recognized, for purposes of the program, as a member of a tribe by the appropriate tribal government.

  • Contact
  • Wisconsin HEAB
  • PO Box 7885
  • Madison, WI 53707-7885
  • cindy.cooley@wi.gov
  • tel: 608-266-0888
  • fax: 608-267-2808

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