“Thank you for all of your help these past four years.”

Danielle Dockrey

We award $15 million annually to deserving undergraduate, graduate, and postgraduate students; and have awarded over $200 million since inception.

Students of the Month

AIGC will be selecting two students a month to honor and recognize their academic excellence and community engagement. Each month, the Student of the Month selection committee will choose one undergraduate student and one graduate student. The selected students will receive a certificate, a $50 prepaid debit card and the opportunity to be showcased in The American Indian Graduate magazine, on AIGC’s social media and website.

August Graduate

Daniel HenryDaniel Henry

St. John ND
Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa

AIGC Fellowship
Concordia University
Doctorate of Educational Leadership
GPA 3.8

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August Undergraduate

Aaron EppsAaron Epps

Fairmont, NC
Lumbee Tribe of North Carolina
Gates Millennium Scholar

University of North Carolina Chapel Hill
Political Science
GPA 3.3

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July Undergraduate

Kilyn Parisien-Hill

Belcourt
Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa

Gates Millennium Program
University of Oregon
Sociology

GPA 3.66

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July Graduate

Tosa Two Heart

Kyle, South Dakota
Oglala Lakota

AIGC Fellowship, Loan For Service
Bentley University
Management/Leadership

GPA 3.67

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June Undergraduate

Betsy Waller

Marlow, OK
Chickasaw
Gates Milleniuim Program

Oral Roberts University
International Community Development
GPA: 3.69

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June Graduate

Rebecca St. Germaine

Hayward, WI
Lac Courte Oreilles Ojibwe/Oklahoma Choctaw Nation

Loan for Service
University of Minnesota-Twin Cities College of Pharmacy
PHD SAPH
GPA: 4

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May Graduate

Heather Gordon

Homer, AK
Nome Eskimo Community

AIGC Fellowship
University of Alaska Fairbanks
Indigenous Studies

GPA 4

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May Undergraduate

Randilyn Thompson

Sand Springs, Oklahoma
Cherokee

Gates Millennium Program
Northeastern State University
Paychology

GPA 3.96

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