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Scholarships and Fellowships
Awarded Last Year

WHERE OUR FUNDING GOES

Graduate Scholarships14%
Undergraduate & Other Awards75%
Student Services7%
Outreach & Other Programs1%
Management & Fundraising3%

The Center for Native Scholarships

The American Indian Graduate Center & AIGCS are the largest scholarship providers to Native students in the U. S.

We award $15 million in scholarships annually to undergraduate, graduate, and professional students from 500 tribes in 50 states, and have awarded over $200 million since inception.

JOIN THE POWER OF SCHOLARSHIP MOVEMENT

When you give to AIGC each year, you help hundreds of the brightest Indian students pave the road back home and complete the circle of Indians helping Indians. All donations and gifts are fully tax deductible.

  • Honor a loved one by establishing a named scholarship
  • Establish a Tribal or Corporate Scholarship
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Justin-Lund-Graduate

May 2019 Graduate

Justin Lund
Ganado, NM
Navajo Nation
AIGC Fellowship

University of Oklahoma
Anthropology
GPA  3.83

Bio

Justin donates time doing outreach teaching K-12 students about science. As part of his duties as an officer of the Anthropology Graduate Student Association at OU,

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Aubrey-Skeeter-Undergrad

May 2019 Undergraduate

Aubrey Skeeter
Glenpool, OK
Yuchi/Mvskoke (Creek)
GMS-Undergraduate

Colorado College
GPA 3.4

Community Service
Delta Gamma: Service for Sight
NASU: working with D11, Colorado Springs
Fine Arts Center at Colorado College
Spiritual Life at Colorado College

Member of Duck Creek Ceremonial Ground
Glenpool Creek Indian Community
Head-cook for Mason Camp at Gray Horse and Kihecusteh

Bio

f’asa!

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Three thousand outstanding American Indian and Alaska Native students from federal and state recognized tribes throughout the United Stated have been awarded the Gates Millennium Scholarship and supported throughout their educational journey by AIGCS.