Basic Criteria to
Apply for AIAC Scholarship
Must be enrolled in a federal/state recognized Tribe for a minimum of
three (3) years AND
meet your Tribe’s internal qualifications.
[Some Tribes have additional requirements for you to
compete for one of their scholarship allocations.
Check with your Tribe as their signature approving your
application is required;
Must be an Alabama
Must attach proof of acceptance
or current enrolment from the school you plan to attend (school must be located
in the State of Alabama unless the courses needed are not offered in
Special consideration will be given to
Veterinary, and Pharmacy majors.
Due to the limited number of seats available in Alabama for these
degrees, students who have applied for and failed to gain admissions
into these programs in Alabama will be allowed to transfer their
scholarships to out of state programs.
Proof of application and non-acceptance must be provided before
the transfer will be approved.
Tax deductible donations to the scholarship fund can be made by two
means. Direct contributions can be made by check and sent to the AIAC
office. The other method of contributing is by using the Alabama Tax
Check-Off found on Alabama Tax Form AL 40. Using this tax check-off is the
most convenient way of assisting this scholarship fund.
Inter-Tribal Council of
Alabama provides educational assistance
The PhD Project:
Business Doctoral Programs for Minorities
Alabama Indian Education Coordinators