Allogan Slagle Memorial Scholarship

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Amount
Awarded

$1,500

Awarded

Application Deadline

June 15

Monday
Awarded By:

Association on American Indian Affairs

Number of Awards & Eligibility: The number of awards offered varies annually. Last year, eight awards were given.
In order to qualify, students must meet the following criteria:
  1. This award is for U.S. students.
  2. Must be a U.S. citizen.
  3. Must be enrolled as an undergraduate student or be seeking a master's, doctoral, law, or medical degree in the upcoming fall semester.
  4. Must be from an American Indian or Alaskan Native tribe that is not recognized by the federal government.
  5. Must be from the continental United States or Alaska.
  6. Must plan to enroll or be enrolled full time for both the fall and spring semesters in an accredited school.
  7. Must have a GPA of 2.5 or higher.

In order to qualify, students must meet the following criteria:

Description: This scholarship is available for U.S. high school seniors and undergraduate and graduate students who are members of an American Indian or Alaskan Native tribe that is not recognized by the federal government.

Application requirements for the Allogan Slagle Memorial Scholarship are:

  • Application form
  • Essay
  • Tribal ID
Additional Information: Students are eligible to receive one scholarship per year. The AAIA does not fund certificate programs or seminary. The AAIA also does not fund summer session. Funding is for both fall and spring semesters; the AAIA does not fund semesters separately. During the second round of the application process, the AAIA takes everything into consideration when assessing the student's application package including merit and need. Students must have a minimum of $750 need per semester to be eligible. Other scholarships, loans, or monies do not disqualify students from receiving an award, nor does lack of funding automatically qualify students for an award.

Award Amount: $1,500 annually, non-renewable. Checks are mailed directly to the school twice per year (Sept. 30 and Jan. 31). Disbursement of spring checks is dependent upon submission and review of satisfactory fall grades and a full-time spring schedule. Students may reapply each year; however, receipt of a subsequent award is not guaranteed.  The total dollars awarded for this scholarship is $1,500.

Deadline Information:

Deadline for this scholarship is Monday, June 15

Deadline Information:

Deadline for this scholarship is Monday, June 15

Applications are available on the Association on American Indian Affairs (AAIA) website. In addition to a completed application, the applicant must also submit the following: a copy of his/her tribal ID; and an essay of no more than three pages that is a personal essay about himself/herself and includes life experiences. The essay must: be in Times New Roman or Arial font; have no less than 1/2" margins; be in 11- or 12-point font; and be 1.5 or double spaced. The complete application packet must be mailed to the address provided and must be received by 6 p.m. ET on the deadline date. Please note: Applicants who are chosen to move to the second round of application reviews will be asked to provide additional documentation. The essay is the most critical part of the pre-application process and is what moves the applicant to the next round. Students chosen for the second round will be notified via email in August.
Contact: Lisa Wyzlic
Address: 966 Hungerford Drive Suite 30-A Rockville, Maryland 20850

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