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Financial Aid Glossary

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Students who are more than 1/4 Indian blood should be eligible for Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) scholarships. BIA/OIEP funds may only be awarded to a person who is a member of a federally recognized Native American tribe.

Native American students must apply for a BIA/OIEP Indian Education Grant through their tribe, home agency, or area office of Indian Education. Check with your local BIA office for applications, eligibility and deadlines. The phone number for the California, Arizona, and Nevada BIA office is 1-702-887-3515.

The school's financial aid administrator must send a needs assessment to the director of the Higher Education program of the tribe, so the students have to file the FAFSA. Based on this need analysis, the student may be awarded "Higher Ed" grants. Awards typically range from $500 to $4,000 per year.

Web Sites for Additional Information:

American Indian Higher Education Consortium
Federal Bureau of Indian Affairs
FinAid - The SmartStudent Guide to Financial Aid
CollegeScholarships.org - Native American



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