United Health Foundation Scholarship

The American Indian College Fund awards the scholarship for the recipients of the United Health Foundation Scholarship. This scholarship program was created to provide financial assistance to the undergraduate students who are citizens of the United States who are American Indian or Alaskan Natives. Aside from belonging to any of these groups of ethnicities, the candidates are required as well to be enrolled as full time students in some chosen New Mexico or Arizona tribal or non- tribal universities or colleges.

Part of the qualifications for the United Health Foundation Scholarship is that the candidate is required as well to have a GPA of 3.0 or higher. Since this scholarship program constantly updates, it recommends to the interested applicants to regularly visit the American Indian College Fund website so he or she can check out the most recent updates from the United Health Foundation Scholarship.

The amount of financial support that this scholarship grant offers is worth $5,000 that is given every year and which is not renewable as well. The number of recipient chosen each year varies as it depends on the funding as well as the number of applicants who are very much eligible for this scholarship award. The application for United Health Foundation Scholarship starts on the first day of January.

Candidates who are tribal college students are required to submit a Full Circle as well as Tribal College application. Apart from the application, United Health Foundation Scholarship requires other supporting documents as well such as a short essay based on the topics found within the application. Other documents needed are proof of enrollment or descendancy, digital photo, transcript of records and financial needs analysis form.

Amount: $5,000
GPA: 3.0
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