Studying in any degree in college is a huge privilege – you are given the opportunity to further your skills, knowledge and talents and in turn, share and be of service to the community where he/she belongs. Unfortunately, not all “students” are able to attend college and one reason is because of financial needs. Good thing, many organizations, like the Association on American Indian Affairs/AAIA, offers means to bypass that financial need through scholarships. Through scholarships, deserving students can continue their studies without having to worry about their finances. Scholarships serve as stepping stone for those who truly desire to achieve higher education.
AAIA offers deserving students, either undergraduate or graduate students, the Allogan Slagle Scholarships. The scholarship is offered with the amount of $1,500 to student who is enrolled full-time and currently taking up any degree courses such as nursing. He/she must be a citizen of tribes that are not recognized by the government. The disbursement of the scholarship is in the amount of $750 per semester and will be made direct to the college of choice of the recipient during the fall and spring semesters with pending result of the progress last semesters. For the disbursement during spring semester, there is a need for the recipient to submit copy of the grades last fall semester plus the class schedule for the spring.
Recipients must be aware that the Allogan Slagle Scholarship will not automatically renew the following year. Nevertheless, the students are still eligible to apply on per annum basis.
|Other Req:||Must be a full-time student|