Camp 14 Scholarship

The Camp 14 Scholarship provides financial assistance for tuition and other related educational expenses to students at the University of Alaska who are members of a federally recognized tribe and seeking an associate or bachelor’s degree at the University of Alaska (any campus, including online) in a field of study preparing for careers in education, nursing, or business.

Requirements: majoring in education, nursing, or business; a member of a federally recognized tribe; enrolled in a minimum of six credits; cumulative GPA of 2.5; demonstrate financial need; primary residence in Ketchikan, Ward Cove, Saxman, Metlakatla, or on Prince of Wales Island.

Award
minimum $1,000 per academic year
Campus and Colleges
Ketchikan Campus
Deadline
07/16/2018
Supplemental Questions
  1. Do you plan to work in education, nursing, or business?
  2. Describe how your education can benefit the native community.
  3. Please submit two (2) letters of recommendation from high school staff and/or community leader
    • Please list a teacher, school staff member, or community leader that knows of your plans to become a teacher.
    • Please list a teacher, school staff member, or community leader that knows of your plans to become a teacher.