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Outside scholarships can come from any source outside of the school. There are thousands of outside scholarships available to students, offered by organizations, government entities and even families. It is important to search for outside scholarships early and often in your high school career. Many people don’t realize that a student can begin applying for outside scholarships from the time they enter high school as a freshman. You simply want to pay attention to the requirements for the scholarships.

The scholarships listed on this page are not issued by SAGU AIC. They are public scholarships available to anyone who meets their requirements. SAGU AIC does not endorse the scholarship programs listed above and does not maintain their websites. Finally, SAGU AIC is not involved in the selection of recipients. Each program lists additional criteria on their websites.

Tribal Scholarships


TribeFallSpringContact
Ak Chin Maricopa Indian ReservationJune 30November 30Ak-Chin Education Department
Pamela Velasquez, Enrollment Academic Advisor
520-568-1291
Alabama CoushattaJune 30June 30-
Cocopah TribeMarch 1October 1Cocopah Tribe Higher Education Department
Christopher Nunez, Acting Education Coordinator
14503 S. Veterans Drive Somerton, AZ 85350
928-627-4973
cocoed@cocopah.com
Colorado River Indian TribesJune 30October 30-
Ft McDowell Yavapai NationJuly 26December 27Julie Doke, Higher Education Coordinator
17771 E. Yavapai Road Ft. McDowell, AZ 85264
480-789-7140
Fort Mohave Indian TribeJuly 1November 1April Garcia, Scholarship Officer
928-346-1121
Gila River Indian ReservationJune 1November 1Tison Gill, Student Advisor
PO Box 97 Sacaton, AZ 85147
520-562-3316
https://gilarivercommunity.instride.com
Hopi TribeJuly 1December 1-
Hualapai Indian ReservationJuly 1October 1Helen J. Watahomigie, Coordinator of Education Program
http://hualapai-nsn.gov/services/education/education-program/
helenjwata@yahoo.com
Mescalero Apache TribeJune 1November 1-
Navajo NationJune 25November 25-
Northern Cheyenne TribeDecember 1October 1-
Pascua Yaqui TribeJune 30December 31https://www.pascuayaqui-nsn.gov/index.php/higher-educations
Pueblo of Laguna-January 29-
Quechan River TribeJune 1November 1Quechan Higher Education Department
PO Box 1899 Yuma, AZ 85366
760-572-5268
https://www.quechantribe.com/departments-higher-education.html
Salt River Pima-Maricopa IndianJune 30November 3010005 East Osborn Road
Scottsdale, AZ 85256
480-362-7740
San Carlos Apache TribeJune 30November 30San Carlos Education Department
PO Box 0 San Carlos, AZ 85550
Tohonto O'odham NationJune 30December 20Education Assistance Program
PO Box 837 Sells, AZ 85634
520-383-6571
contactus@tonation-nsn.gov
White Mountain Apache TribeMarch 15September 15Higher Education Office
PO Box 250
Whiteriver, AZ 85941
928-338-5800
http://www.wmat.nsn.us/high_ed.html
Yavapai Apache NationJuly 1October 1928-649-7111
lsandoval@yantribe.org
Zuni TribeJune 30October 30-


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