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ASU Undergraduate (13) Annual ASU Tribal Scholarship Fair held every spring, purpose to attract NA students and demonstrate opportunities for financial support Maroon & Gold Scholarship: $4500/year, renewable on limited funding, entering freshmen through seniors, targeted to ethnic minorities, but not restricted to Native Americans Dorrance Scholarship: $36,000 total, plus $4000 travel grant, first generation to attend college
Angels Care Scholarship: $3000/year, preference given to NA, although all students of color are considered. Labriola Gric: award varies, for members of Gila River Indian Community
Art Hamilton “Living the Dream” Scholarship: $1000/ renewable each year, students from underrepresented communities Sun Devil Promise: pays tuition, books, fees, room &board, open to all lowincome AZ students ASU Parents’ Associations Scholarship: for first generation students Secondary Teaching Certificate and Master’s in Education: specifically for NA Teacher Professional Development Wells Fargo Am Indian Scholarship Program: Indian Health Career Award Veterans’ for Peace scholarship, administered through Navajo Nation Morris K Udall Scholarship: for juniors, seniors seeking a career in tribal health, tribal public policy or environment ASU Graduate Student (14)
ASU Graduate Student (14) Underrepresented Graduate Enrichment Match: assists academic units in recruiting first year graduate students from underrepresented communities The American Educational Research Association Minority Fellowship Program: $12,000 oneyear stipend and up to $1,000 in travel support to attend the AERA Annual Meeting, targets all students of color American Indian Graduate Center (AIGC) Graduate Fellowships: based on need, any federally recognized tribe American Political Science Association Mi...
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- Fall '11
- The American, sq miles, Hualapai, Havasupai