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Native American Students

Native American students who can prove membership in a federally recognized tribe may receive education grants from the Federal Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA).

Information about scholarship or grant programs available to members of your tribe may be available in your tribe's education office. Visit the Oklahoma History Center website to locate your tribe's website.

Visit the Find Scholarships page or use the Scholarship Search tool to find more opportunities for Native American students.

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Check out Are You Looking for Money for more scholarship resources, including tips for scholarship success and information about other types of financial aid.

Coll & Career Indigenous Stus

The College & Career Resources for Indigenous Students guide was created to connect Indigenous students in Oklahoma to resources available through Indigenous Nations and organizations to fund and support their college education and career readiness.

This guide is also available for free download through the University of Oklahoma's Zarrow Institute on


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OCAP believes that financial literacy and understanding the financial aid process are critical aspects of college planning and student success. OCAP staff who work with students, parents, educators and community partners in the areas of personal finance education, state and federal financial aid, and student loan management do not provide financial, investment, legal, and/or tax advice. This website and all information provided is for general educational purposes only, and is not intended to be construed as financial, investment, legal, and/or tax advice.