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This award is for Native American students.
Applicants must be pursuing a vocational certificate or diploma, associate’s, bachelor’s, master’s, doctoral or professional degree, or certificate.
All Finalists must demonstrate an unmet need through a process that will be coordinated with the IEI staff. And, all Finalists will demonstrate tribal enrollment through a verification process that will be coordinated with the IEI staff.
Multiple Awards – different awards for students going to 4-year schools, as well as the Cobell Scholarship Vocational Opportunity, for students who are going to a 2-year vocational school. To see how to apply, follow this link and read the FAQ page for the scholarship. It lists out all of the steps to apply.
Application Deadline: March 15, 2022
Timeline: Cobell Scholarship Vocational opportunity
Timeline: 2022-2023 Cobell Scholarship Academic Year opportunity
It is competitive, awarded on merit first then disbursed based on unmet need, non-renewable, and available to any post-secondary (after high school) individual who is; an enrolled member of a US
Federally Recognized Tribe, enrolled in full-time study and is degree seeking. Applicants must plan to attend or be attending any nationally, regionally and industry accredited non-profit, public or private
institution. Applicants must be pursuing a vocational certificate or diploma, associate’s, bachelors, masters, doctoral or professional degree, or certificate. The most updated information is always
available on the Cobell Scholar homepage and Online Application Student Information System (OASIS), or by contacting IEI.
While there is no minimum GPA requirement, IEI considers the following to be general guidelines to be considered “competitive” for funding purposes:
Applicants with lower GPA’s than those listed should still consider applying but should be prepared to provide any explanations and show strengths in other areas. All completed applications are individually
reviewed and scored by external professional educators who look beyond the GPA in a holistic review process. Applicants with less competitive GPAs should be able to demonstrate overall success, achievement
and a plan for academic improvement or may rank low when reviewed by the selection committee. Vocational applicants are individually reviewed and selected by internal staff on a rolling basis.
Without exception, Indigenous Education, Inc.’s scholarship opportunities are only available to individuals attending public or private non-profit institutions.