Indian students who are Cherokee citizens who wish to get a degree are hereby called to apply for the Cherokee Nation Scholarships for 2019/2020 academic calendar. The scholarship is aimed at giving hope to Indian families as well as those with roots in Cherokee nation who have financial issues and can not pay for college. Scholarships generally alleviate the cost of tuition and expenses. The Cherokee foundation mission is to provide educational opportunities to Cherokee students in order to reach their full potential. The institution is located in the United States. The scholarship is designed to cover all subjects in various field of study and its open to undergraduate students. See below for further details.
The Cherokee Nation Scholarships support undergraduate and graduate students who meet the program criteria. Students must complete the free state grant application (FAFSA) and maintain a minimum GPA of 2.0 or good academic status.
Students eligible for the Pell Grants FAFSA do not have to meet residency requirements, while all others must meet the Cherokee nation’s residency requirements.
This Descendants of Cherokee Indians Scholarship worth ranges for $100 which is the lowest amount awarded to $1,000 which is the highest amount awarded.
Eligibility For The Cherokee Nation Scholarships
To be considered for Cherokee Nation Scholarships, you must meet the following criteria:
- Must be a student.
- Must attend university or four-year college
- You must have at least a GPA of 2.5
- Limited by Indians / Alaska Native Breed
- The student must be ready to study full time
How to Apply For The Cherokee Nation Scholarships
The following documents must be provided in order to apply for the 2019 Cherokee Nation Scholarships
- Test Score
- Other – application written for application
Applications are available online. An application form and supporting materials are required.
Applicants are strongly advised to apply early before the portal closes.
15 June 2019.