College Board- Scholarship Opportunity for American Indian & Alaskan Native Students
The College Board partners with scholarship providers connected to the SAT®, PSAT/NMSQT®, and PSAT™ 10. Through these partners, students can access over $300 million in scholarship awards. Learn more about scholarships.
The highly competitive, nonrenewable, need- and merit-based Cobell Scholarship Program, administered by Indigenous Education, Inc., provides scholarships for American Indian and Alaska Native students who are enrolled members of U.S. federally recognized tribes, pursuing vocational, undergraduate, and graduate degrees at nonprofit institutions.
Applications are accepted December 15 through March 31 annually for the upcoming academic year through the Online Application and Student Information System (OASIS). Applicants begin by creating a general application profile in OASIS, after which they're matched to the available scholarship opportunities for which they're qualified.
Visit cobellscholar.org for more information on the Cobell Summer Scholarship application (open February 14 through May 4 each year), vocational-specific opportunities, the Cobell Graduate Summer Research Fellowship, and other external scholarships.