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Funding

General Scholarships

Click on the following links to search below for a variety of scholarships for students with diverse backgrounds. These funds are not specifically for study abroad, however some may be used toward study abroad programs OR you might use these funds to pay for your regular education expenses to help save money for study abroad programs in the future. See the "Study Abroad Scholarships" link under Funding Opportunities for scholarships and grants specifically for study abroad.

If you have any information on any new opportunities not on this list, please email us at info@allabroad.us

All Underrepresented Students

Access International Education Network: Resources on Underrepresented Groups in International Education
Resources for parents, students, administrators, and researchers, including scholarships for international education and study abroad for underrepresented students.

Adventures In Education
From college planning advice to financial aid information to career guidance, AIE has the reliable information students and parents need to make the right decisions for the future. Get FAFSA help and financial aid assistance, learn about college admissions, and search scholarships for free.

Information available for middle school, high school and college students.

American Anthropological Association
Fellowship program for minority doctoral candidates in anthropology.

American Chemical Society (ACS) Scholars Program
Scholarship programs for qualified African American, American Indian, and Hispanic applicants who want to enter the fields of chemistry, biochemistry, or chemical engineering, and students seeking a two-year degree in chemical technology.

American Education Services
Includes general information for students applying to college: student loans, scholarships, test preparation, etc. AES also offers a broad range of bilingual materials and programs to assist with planning, preparing, and paying for higher education goals.

This information is also available in Spanish (Información en Español.).

American Institute of Certified Public Accountants Scholarships
Provides awards of up to $5,000 to outstanding minority students to encourage their selection of accounting as a major and their ultimate entry into the profession.

A Better Chance
The College Preparatory Schools Program (CPSP) is an academic program that identifies, recruits, places, and supports students of color, in outstanding college preparatory middle and high schools nationally.

Collegedata.com
Find scholarships that match the eligibility criteria you enter for GPA, gender, residency, ethnicity/heritage, religion and area of study—some of the most common eligibility criteria. Add keywords to find scholarships with eligibility requirements in other areas.

Fastweb Scholarships
Listing of college scholarships, graduate fellowships, and post-doctoral awards for minorities.

Gates Millennium Scholars Program
Provides African American, American Indian/Alaska Native, Asian/ Pacific Islander American, and Hispanic American graduating high school seniors with an opportunity to complete a college education, particularly those intending to study mathematics, science, engineering, education or library science.

IES: Diversity Scholarships
Our Diversity Scholarships are one way to encourage and support students from a range of institutions and under-represented populations. Under-represented students include students from under-represented racial and ethnic groups, first generation to college students, students from low income families and students with a history of overcoming adversity.

International Education Financial Aid (IEFA)
A resource for financial aid, college scholarship and grant information for US and international students wishing to study abroad. At this site, you will find the most comprehensive college scholarship search and grant listings plus international student loan programs and other information to promote study abroad.

Jackie Robinson Foundation Scholarship
Awards four-year college scholarships to academically-gifted students of color with financial need.

Lagrant Foundation
The mission of the Lagrant Foundation is to increase the number of ethnic minorities in the field of advertising, marketing and public relations by providing scholarships, educational support, career advisement, mentors, internships and resources to African Americans, Hispanics, Asian/ Pacific Islander Americans and Native Americans.

Michigan State University Libraries: Scholarships
Extensive list of scholarships for minorities

Osher Scholars Study Abroad Program
The Foundation provides post-secondary scholarship funding to colleges and universities across the nation, with special attention to reentry students. There is NO open application process at this time. The Osher Foundation selects institutions of higher education to submit applications through a formal Request for Proposals (RFP) process.

National Action Council for Minorities in Engineering
In an effort to increase dramatically the representation of African Americans, American Indians and Latin@s in the critical field of engineering, NACME has selected key institutions to participate in a new scholarship program. This program will not only support the success of individual students, but also build the participating institutions' capacity to improve their minority enrollment and degree-completion rates.

Newberry Library/British Academy Fellowship for Study in Great Britain
In cooperation with the British Academy, the Newberry Library offers an exchange fellowship for up to three months' study in Great Britain in any field in which the Newberry's collections are strong. This post-doctoral award pays $1350 per month; the Fellow's home institution is expected to continue to pay his or her salary. The Awards Committee gives preference to readers and staff of the Newberry and to scholars who have previously used the Library.

Society for Advancement of Chicanos and Native Americans in Science: Scholarships for Minorities—Graduate Student Opportunities
Extensive general listing of scholarships and fellowships for minorities.

Weiss/ Brown Publication Subvention Award
With support from the Roger W. Weiss and Howard Mayer Brown Fund, the Newberry Library will award up to $15,000 to subsidize the publication of a scholarly book or books on European civilization before 1700 in the areas of music, theater, cultural studies, or French or Italian literature. Authors must document that their projects have been accepted for publication and provide detailed information regarding the publication and the subvention request. The application requirements for this award differ from those for fellowships. Authors should download guidelines for this award or request them from research@newberry.org or (312) 255-3666.

William Randolph Hearst Endowed Scholarship
William Randolph Hearst Endowed Scholarships are open to minority undergraduate and graduate students. Awards range from $2500 to $5000. The Hearst Fellow serves as an intern with the Fund which recipients may be able to receive academic credit for. Through this program, the Fund seeks to introduce a diverse group of students to issues related to philanthropy, volunteerism, and nonprofit organizations.

African American Students

A Better Chance
Extensive listing for college scholarships for African Americans

Cedric "The Entertainer" Charitable Foundation, Inc.
The Cedric "The Entertainer" Charitable Foundation, Inc Scholarship is designed to financially support minority students, attending a St. Louis, Missouri area high school, and who have been accepted to one of the 39 United Negro College Fund institutions.

Development Fund for Black Students in Science and Technology DFBSST provides scholarships to African American undergraduate students who enroll in scientific or technical fields of study at Historically Black Colleges and Universities.

Hallie Q. Brown Scholarship
Seven scholarships are available for $2,000 for African American students majoring in all fields who demonstrate financial need. Applicants must be nominated by a National Association of Colored Women's Clubs (NACWC) member.

National Society of Black Engineers
Scholarships, research opportunities, community activities and academic support for students.

National Association of Black Journalists
Scholarships for deserving students interested in pursuing a career in journalism.

Ron Brown Scholar Program
Scholarship for African American high school students, providing $40,000 towards their college costs.

Scholarships for African American Women

The National Association of Negro Business and Professional Women's Clubs, Inc. offers two scholarships to young black women pursuing undergraduate studies.

Scholarships for African Americans
This site offers a comprehensive list of scholarships for African American students.

Thurgood Marshall College Fund
All scholarships are merit-based, and are awarded to students who demonstrate financial need. The average award amount is approximately $2,200 per student, per semester, and are awarded through member schools.

United Negro College Fund (UNCF)
This site is useful tool for African American and minority students to find scholarships applicable to all areas of study. All applicants may apply online and visit the site for specific eligibility requirements for each scholarship program listed.

Washington Metropolitan Scholars
Scholarships for qualified African American students

Asian/ Pacific Islander Students

Asha Jaini Emerging Leader Scholarship
This scholarship is intended to give an emerging leader the opportunity to build skills and develop her or his commitment to public service and the Asian/ Pacific Islander American community. The program is open to continuing undergraduate students (no graduating seniors).

Asian American Bar Association
The Asian American Bar Association offers several helpful scholarships which may interest Law students.

Asian American Architects and Engineers Foundation
The Asian American Architects and Engineers Foundation provides opportunities and scholarships to students in architecture, engineering, or construction majors.

Asian American Journalists Association
Student programs include scholarships, internships, camps, and conferences for Asian American students interested in careers in print, broadcast or photo journalism.

Asian & Pacific Islander American Scholarship Fund (APIASF)
Two scholarships available for students that will be enrolled for the first-time at colleges or universities with a cumulative GPA of 2.7 or higher on a 4.0 scale.

Banatao Filipino American Education Fund (College Scholarship & College Prep Scholarship)
College Scholarships and College Prep for Filipino American high school students pursuing engineering careers to attend four-year colleges or universities. Recipients must be California residents.

Five College Scholarships of $5,000 each are renewable for four years; and, twenty-four College Prep Scholarships are available for SAT preparation courses and college admissions counseling.

Indian-American Scholarship Fund
Scholarships for Americans of Asian Indian heritage

Japanese American Citizens League Scholarships
The program currently offers over 30 awards, with an annual total of over $60,000 in scholarships to qualified students nationwide.

Korean American Scholarship Foundation, Western Region
The Korean American Scholarship Foundation awards sophomore through graduate/professional, full-time students of Korean American heritage who demonstrate financial need.

Lapiz Family Scholarship
In honor of Apolonio and Arcadia Lapiz, who were farm workers, this scholarship is aimed toward supporting students of farm working backgrounds who choose to pursue a college education at the University of California. The scholarship will award two $1,000 scholarships each year to a full time undergraduate student (preference given to students at UC Davis and UC Santa Cruz).

Maria Elena Yuchengco Memorial Journalism Scholarship
Since Filipinos have been underrepresented in journalism, the publisher and editor of Filipinas Magazine, Mona Lisa Yuchengco, created this scholarship to support students of Filipino heritage who choose to pursue a career in journalism. Two to three scholarships totaling $5,000 per year are awarded along with the possibility of interning at Filipinas Magazine.

Recipients must be full-time undergraduate students at any Bay Area university, journalism major, Filipino or mixed heritage, have a cumulative GPA of at least 3.0 out of 4.0, UC citizenship or permanent residency and demonstrate financial need.

Organization of Chinese Americans
Programs include scholarships and leadership training.

Soledad Fernandez Scholarship Fund
In honor of Soledad Fernandez, one to three scholarships totaling $5,000 each year are offered to graduating high school seniors planning to attend four-year colleges or universities.

South Asia Journalists Association Scholarship
SAJA and SAJA Group Inc provides scholarships to undergraduate and graduate students who are of South Asian descent or show interest in South Asia. Also, students must be serious about gaining a career in journalism.

US Pan Asian American Chamber of Commerce
The US Pan Asian American Chamber of Commerce's Asian American Scholarship Fund was established to provide financial assistance to Asian American high school seniors who have demonstrated scholastic achievements, financial need and will pursue post-secondary education at an accredited educational institution in the United States.

Asian Pacific Fund
The Asian Pacific Fund administers 12 scholarship programs to help undergraduate and graduate students achieve their education goals.

Hispanic/ Latin@ American Students

Adelante � U.S. Education Leadership Fund
Adelante seeks to identify and inspire the best and brightest Hispanic students to graduate and lead through scholarships, internships and leadership training. Scholarships available for students of member colleges and universities:

Center for the Advancement of Hispanics in Science and Engineering Education (CAHSEE)
National educational and scientific non-profit organization based in Washington DC created by Latin@ scientists and engineers, to prepare talented Hispanic and other underrepresented minority science and engineering students achieve academic excellence and professional success through educational and leadership development programs. Website provides support for college applications, resumes, letters of recommendations, and employment.

Eli Lilly Graduate Scholarships
Chicano and Native American students who are junior or senior undergraduate students accepted to enter graduate school planning to pursue a research degree (M.S. or Ph.D.) in biology or organic chemistry. Award amount is a $1,250 stipend.
Contact Information
Society for Advancement of Chicanos and Native Americans in Science
University of California at Santa Cruz
1156 High Street
Santa Cruz, CA 95064
Email: sacnas@cats.ucsc.edu

Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities (HACU)
HACU represents more than 390 colleges and universities committed to Hispanic higher education success in the U.S., Puerto Rico, Latin America and Spain. The HACU website provides a wealth of information for Hispanic/ Latin@ students, as well as resources such as HACU scholarship programs, annual conference scholarships, and the HACU national internship program..

Hispanic College Fund (HCF)
HCF awards scholarships and/or internships to deserving Hispanic seeking higher education leading to business careers.

Hispanic Scholarship Fund (HSF)
HSF provides scholarships for high school, community college/transfer, and undergraduate/ graduate students.

La Unidad Latina Foundation: Scholarships
Scholarships for Bachelor's and Master's students of Hispanic Background.

League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC)
LULAC offers scholarships for high school seniors and undergraduate and graduate college students through its educational counterpart, the LULAC National Educational Service Centers, Inc.

Mexican American Legal Defense and Education Fund (MALDEF)
Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund (MALDEF) specializes in Latin@ litigation, advocacy and educational outreach. MALDEF awards law school scholarships to Latin@ students in their first, second or third year of law school, and communications scholarships to students pursuing a graduate or professional degree in the field of communications.

National Association of Hispanic Journalists
The National Association of Hispanic Journalists (NAHJ) offers several scholarships through our Rubén Salazar Scholarship Fund program. These scholarships are designed to encourage and assist Latin@ students pursue careers in journalism.

You must plan to attend a college or a university as a full-time student for the entire academic year in order to be eligible for an NAHJ scholarship.

Scholarships for Hispanics
A directory of scholarships geared toward Hispanic students with timeline guidelines.

Native American Students

AISES Google Scholarship
AISES Google Scholarship will fund scholarships awards to American Indian, Alaska Native and Native Hawaiian AISES members pursuing degrees in the computer science, computer engineering and management information systems. AISES and Google support the advancement of American Indian and Alaska Native students working towards obtaining a degree in the fields computer science and technology so they can obtain the necessary skills to compete in today's global society.

Association on American Indian Affairs Scholarship (AAIA)
The Association on American Indian Affairs offers Scholarships. Applicants must be full time students at an accredited school from the Continental U.S. or Alaska. The following scholarships are also available through this website:

Allogan Slagle Scholarship
The Association on American Indian Affairs offers Allogan Slagle Memorial Scholarships in the amount of $1,500 to students who are members of tribes that are not recognized by the federal government. Disbursement in the amount of $750 is made directly to the college fall and spring semesters pending satisfactory progress.

Al Qoyawayma Award
Applicant must be a Native American or Alaskan Native, provide proof of tribal enrollment, and demonstrate skill in any of the arts. Selection is based upon financial need, letters of recommendation, personal statement, and transcript.
Contact Information:
George Bird, Grinnell American Indian Children's Fund
11602 Montague Court
Potomac, MD 20854
301 424-2440
301 424-8281 (fax)

Al Qoyawayma Award for Excellence in Arts and Science
Applicant must have applied for the A.T. Anderson Memorial Scholarship Program and have met the following requirements: be a full-time student at the undergraduate or graduate level, a member of the American Indian Science and Engineering Society, at least one-quarter Indian, in financial need and pursuing a double major in science or engineering and a degree in the arts. Award stipend is $1500.
Contact Information
American Indian Science and Engineering Society
Scholarship Department
5661 Airport Boulevard
Boulevard, CO 80301
Phone: (309) 939-0023
Email: ascholar@spot.colorado.edu

Alaska Native Brotherhood Association  (No Website. Contact information below)
Awarded to Alaskan Native undergraduate students in General Education. Award amount varies.
Contact Information
Alaska Native Brotherhood Association
318 Willoughby
Juneau, AK 99801
Phone: (907) 474-7256

All Indian Pueblo Council Scholarship Grant Program
Enrolled and verified members of the following Indian Pueblos: Cochiti, Jemez, Sandia, and Santa Ana. Applications must be accompanied by an official transcript of the last school attended (high school/college). A letter of admission from an accredited college or university, 2 letters of recommendation, a certificate of Indian blood, a certificate of tribal verification, and a copy of the student's eligibility for a federal Pell Grant that shows financial need and that the applicant has exhausted all other possible sources of aid. Deadlines are February for the summer/fall terms and October for the spring term. Award amount varies.
Contact Information
All Indian Pueblo Council Scholarship Grant Program
Scholarship Program
3939 San Pedro NE, Suite D
PO Box 3236
Albuquerque, NM 87190
Phone: (505) 884-3820
Fax: (505) 883-7682

All Nations Alliance for Minority Participation (AMP)
Awarded to members of federally recognized tribes working toward a BS in Science, Engineering or Math. Award amount varies.
Contact Information
Salish-Kootenai College Phone: (406) 675-4800
Montana State University Phone: (406) 994-5553

Allogan Slagle Memorial Scholarships
Undergraduate student scholaships in the amount o $1,500 for members of tribes that are not recognized by the federal government. Disbursement in the amount of $750 is made directly to the college fall and spring semesters pending satisfactory progress. Spring disbursement requires a copy of the fall semester's grades and a spring semester class schedule. This scholarship does not automatically renew. Students are eligible to apply on a yearly basis.

American Indian College Fund
Native American Scholarship for those attending specific schools

American Indian Graduate Center (AGC)
Undergraduate and graduate scholarships, plus links to other funding opportunities

American Indian Heritage Foundation Scholarships
Native American high school graduates are eligible to apply if they have been accepted by an institution of higher education, are U.S citizens, demonstrate financial need and provide information on tribal affiliation and grade point average. Award amount varies up to a maximum of $1000.
Contact Information
American Indian Heritage Foundation
6051 Arlington Boulevard
Falls Church, VA 22044-2788
Phone: (202) 463-4267
Fax: (703) 532-1921

American Indian Scholarship
Awarded to undergraduate tribal members pursuing the areas of Forestry, Journalism, Law Pharmacy, and Indian Studies. Award amount varies.
Contact Information
American Indian Studies Program
600 University Avenue
Missoula, MT 59812
Phone: (406)243-5832

American Indian Scholarships
Native American high school graduates with at least a 2.75 G.P.A. Graduate students are eligible, but preference is given to undergraduates. Deadlines are July for fall term and November for spring term. Award stipend of $500.
Contact Information
National Society, Daughters of the American Revolution
Scholarship Committee
1776 D Street, NW
Washington, DC 20006-5392
Phone: (202) 628-1776

American Indian Science and Engineering Society IBM Scholarship
IBM has a history of leading in innovation for more than 100 years and has led the world as the number one producer of patents that generate opportunities globally for growth in science and technology. Academic excellence now and in the years to come for students focused on the sciences, engineering, medicine, natural resources, math and technology is critical to the future of our global society, which led to the establishment the AISES IBM Scholarship in 2007. Scholarship awards are based GPA's of full-time enrollment students in one of the following college disciplines: math, computer engineering, computer information systems, management information systems, electrical engineering, industrial engineering, material science, computer science, mechanical engineering, and chemical engineering.
Contact Information
American Indian Science and Engineering Society
1310 College Avenue, Suite 1220
Boulder, CO 80302

American Indian Science and Engineering Society Scholarship Award
Must be at least one quarter Native or Alaska Native, an AISES member, and a high school senior or college undergraduate with interest in science, math, or engineering disciplines. The award amount is between $500 to $1,000.
Contact Information
American Indian Science and Engineering Society
1310 College Avenue, Suite 1220
Boulder, CO 80302

American Indian Special Education Teacher Program
Awarded to American Indian Graduate students pursuing a degree in Special Education. Deadlines are May 15 for fall term and November 15 for spring term. Award includes tuition, fees and stipend.
Contact Information
American Indian Special Education Teacher Program
227 Cedar Bldg.
University Park, PA 16802-3109

Arrow Inc. Scholarship
Awarded to federally recognized tribal members. Must be an undergraduate in general education (emergency funds). Award amount is $100.
Contact Information
Arrow, Inc.
1000 Connecticut Ave. NW, Suite 1206
Washington, DC 20036

Burlington Northern Santa Fe (BNSF) Foundation Scholarship
Administered for the Burlington Northern Santa Fe Foundation, this scholarship is made available to American Indian high school seniors every year, who reside in states serviced by the Burlington Northern and Santa Fe Pacific Corporation and its affiliated companies: Arizona, California, Colorado, Kansas, Minnesota, Montana, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Oregon, South Dakota, and Washington.

The award is for 4 academic years (8 semesters) or until baccalaureate degree is obtained, whichever occurs first. Eligible majors include business, engineering, math, medicine/health administration, natural/physical sciences, technology and education.

Cherokee Nation Higher Education Grant
Must be Pell eligible Cherokee Nation Member. Awarded to undergraduate students. Award amount varies.
Contact Information
Cherokee Nation Higher Education Grant
P.O. Box 948
Tahlequah, OK 74465
(918) 456-0671

Chicksaw Nation Education Foundation
Awarded to Chicksaw Tribal Members with CDIB. Available at the undergraduate and graduate levels. Award amount is $200-$350 per semester.
Contact Information
Chicksaw Nation Education Foundation
P.O. Box 1548
Ad, OK 74820
Phone: (405) 436-2603

Chief Manuelito Scholarship Program
The awarded for college freshman is based on college entrance exam scores, corresponding cumulative high school GPA and the completion of Navajo Language and Navajo Government.

Continuing college students can become Chief Manuelito Scholarship recipients if they complete over 24 credit hours with a minimum of 3.0 overall GPA. The Navajo language and government courses are not required.

Visit site to learn application process and submit required documents.

Eli Lilly Graduate Scholarships
Chicano and Native American students who are junior or senior undergraduate students accepted to enter graduate school planning to pursue a research degree (M.S. or Ph.D.) in biology or organic chemistry. Award amount is a $1,250 stipend.
Contact Information
Society for Advancement of Chicanos and Native Americans in Science
University of California at Santa Cruz
1156 High Street
Santa Cruz, CA 95064
Phone: (408) 489-4272
Fax: (408) 456-3156
Email: sacnas@cats.ucsc.edu

Elizabeth Asche Scholarship
The Association on American Indian Affairs offers Elizabeth and Sherman Asche Memorial Scholarships in the amount of $1,500 each to graduate and undergraduate students pursuing a degree in public health or science. Disbursement in the amount of $750 is made directly to the college fall and spring semesters pending satisfactory progress.

Displaced Homemaker Scholarships
The Association on American Indian Affairs offers Displaced Homemaker Scholarships in the amount of $1,500 each to those men and women who would not otherwise be able to complete their educational goals due to family responsibilities.

Funds may be used to assist with childcare, transportation and basic living expenses in addition to educational costs.

Emilie Hesemeyer Memorial Scholarships
The Association on American Indian Affairs offers Emilie Hesemeyer Memorial Scholarships in the amount of $1,500 with a preference given, but not limited to, students pursuing a Major in education. This scholarship is renewable up to four years toward any single degree pending satisfactory progress. Disbursement in the amount of $750 is made directly to the college fall and spring semesters pending satisfactory progress. Spring disbursement requires a copy of the fall semester's grades and a spring semester class schedule.

Emergency Aid Scholarship
The Association on American Indian Affairs offers David Risling Emergency Aid Scholarships in amounts ranging from $100-400 for acute, temporary emergencies (medical, car, day care, death in family, eviction...).

Emily Hesemeyer Memorial Scholarship
The Association on American Indian Affairs offers Emilie Hesemeyer Memorial Scholarships in the amount of $1,500 with a preference given, but not limited to, students pursuing a Major in education. This scholarship is renewable up to four years toward any single degree pending satisfactory progress.

EPA Tribal Lands Environmental Science Scholarship
This program enables Native Americans to work for the environmental protection of tribal lands by assisting them in their pursuit of environmental science degrees. Full-time junior, senior, and graduate students majoring in an environmental discipline are eligible to compete for the scholarships. Students compete based on grade-point average, knowledge of Indian culture, commitment to environmental protection, character and leadership ability, level of study, and work experience.

EPA works with the American Indian Science and Engineering Society (AISES) to select the scholarship winners. Students wishing to apply should do so through AISES, which has chapters on many college campuses and may be contacted at 1630 30th Street, Suite 301, Boulder, CO 80301 or by calling (303) 939-0023. Applications must be postmarked by June 15 of each year.

Florence Young Memorial Scholarships
The Association on American Indian Affairs offers Florence Young Memorial Scholarships in the amount of $1,500 to students pursuing a Masters degree in art, public health or law. Disbursement in the amount of $750 is made directly to the college fall and spring semesters pending satisfactory progress.

Francis C. Allen Fellowships
This fellowship is for women of Native American heritage. While candidates for this award may be working in any graduate or pre-professional field, the particular goal of the Allen Fellowship is to encourage Native American women in their studies of the humanities and social sciences. Financial support varies according to need and may include travel expenses. Allen Fellows are expected to spend a significant part of their tenure in residence at the Newberry's D'Arcy McNickle Center for American Indian History.

General Motors Engineering Scholarship
Established in 2002, in partnership with General Motors. Scholarships are awarded to members of AISES who are American Indian/Alaskan Native undergraduate or graduate students pursuing degrees in engineering. GM gives preference to electrical, industrial or mechanical engineering majors. Applicants who are not selected as recipients will be given consideration in the A.T. Anderson Memorial Scholarship program, if all criteria is met.

Knight-Ridder Scholarship for Native American Journalists
Native American students interested in pursuing a newspaper journalism career. Recipient must work as a paid intern during the summer at a Knight-Ridder newspaper, and is eligible to apply for other Knight-Ridder scholarships. Award amount is a $5,000 stipend.
Contact Information
Knight-Ridder, Inc.
Linda Fullerton St. Paul Pioneer Press
345 Cedar Street
St. Paul, MN 55101-1057
Phone: (612) 228-5465

Mae Lasley/ Osage Scholarship Fund
This scholarship is for Osage Indians attending a college or university. Must be catholic and have proof of tribal membership card.
Contact Information:
Mae Lasley/ Osage Scholarship Fund
P.O. Box 2009
Tulsa, OK 74101
(918) 587-3115

Morris K. Udall Foundation
The Morris K. Udall Foundation was established by the U.S. Congress in 1992 to honor Morris King Udall's thirty years of service in the House of Representatives. Scholarships are available for Native American and Alaska Native college sophomores and juniors who have demonstrated outstanding potential and a commitment to careers related to tribal public policy or health care.

Native American Journalists Association
Provides Professional Development Fellowships and scholarships for Native American students pursuing journalism degrees at a higher learning institution.

National Indian Education Association
NIEA offers an extensive list of scholarships for Native American students. NIEA wants to make sure that every Native student knows about other funding opportunities to help them succeed in their academic career.

ONNSFA Graduate Trust Fund
Navajo Nation Graduate Fellowship is established to provide financial assistance in the form of grant awards to eligible Navajo students wishing to attend or attending graduate school, utilizing the Navajo Nation Graduate Trust Fund.

Visit site to learn application process and submit required documents.

Phillips Fund Grants for Native American Research
The Phillips Fund of the American Philosophical Society provides grants for research in Native American linguistics, ethnohistory, and the history of studies of Native Americans, in the continental United States and Canada.

Phillips Fund Grants for Native American Research
Sealaska Heritage Institute is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit charitable foundation, founded in 1981 by Sealaska Corporation. SHI's mission is to preserve, promote and enhance the language, culture, arts, education and achievements of the Tsimshian, Haida and Tlingit Nations. The SHI Scholarship Program is designed to encourage, recognize and provide financial support to students with demonstrated scholastic ability who are seeking higher education. Students may apply if they are attending, or plan to attend, full-time vocational or college programs.

Sequoyah Graduate Scholarships
The Association on American Indian Affairs offers Sequoyah Graduate Scholarships in the amount of $1,500 to students in any curriculum. Disbursement in the amount of $750 is made directly to the college fall and spring semesters pending satisfactory progress.

Regular Mail:
AISES
P.O. Box 9828
Albuquerque, NM 87119-9828

Priority Mail:
AISES
2305 Renard SE Suite 200
Albuquerque, NM 87106

Smithsonian Institute
Internships and fellowships for Native Americans and Minorities at the Smithsonian Institute

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services: Indian Health Service
Scholarship program for American Indian and Alaska Native students interested in health professions.

Disabled Students

MIUSA Financial Aid
Listings of scholarships, fellowships and places to find funding for overseas exchanges. Also funding tips for access-related accommodations and services.

Sponsors
CEA Global Education
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