The American Indian Graduate Center (AIGC) has received a seven-year $210,000 gift from AMERIND Risk to create a new endowed scholarship, the AMERIND Risk Educational Assistance Scholarship. The scholarship will be offered annually to students with a connection to AMERIND Risk. “As the largest scholarship provider to Native students in the United States, AIGC is
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This need-based scholarship from Wells Fargo funds undergraduate students in any major of choice. Undergraduates receive $5,000.
This need-based scholarship from Wells Fargo funds undergraduate and graduate students in fields relating to banking, resort management, gaming operations, management and administration, including accounting, finance, information technology and human resources. Undergraduates receive $2,500; graduate students receive $5,000.
AIGC partners with the Bureau of Indian Education to offer loans to students pursuing graduate and professional degrees. The goal is to promote opportunity for careers with tribal governments, Bureau of Indian Affairs and Bureau of Indian Affairs—funded organizations on- and off- reservations. The $20,000 loans are paid back at the rate of one year
AIGC honors ten American Indian and Alaska Native high school seniors who have applied to college and who demonstrate outstanding original academic, artistic, or leadership qualities. Students receive a $250 award.
This need-based endowed scholarship funds undergraduate and graduate students pursuing a degree in Veterinary Medicine (DVM) or Veterinary Technology (AAS).
The Accenture American Indian Scholarship Fund is a merit-based scholarship sponsored by Accenture that funds undergraduates in engineering, computer science, operations management, management, finance, marketing and other business-oriented fields. Students receive $2,000-$2,500 a year for four years.
The Science Post Graduate Scholarship Fund (SPGSF) is a merit-based Bureau of Indian Education program that funds undergraduate, graduate and professional degrees in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM). Undergraduate students receive awards up to $20,000; graduate students receive awards up to $30,000 per year. The graduation rate of 95% for SPGSF scholars far exceeds