Cobell Scholarship supports American Indian and Alaska Native students in their education.
The Cobell settlement funds this scholarship. It helps Native students reach their academic goals and strengthen their communities.
The Cobell Scholarship helps Native American and Alaska Native students overcome educational challenges.
This scholarship began after the 2009 Cobell settlement, where funds addressed the mismanagement of Indian trust funds.
The settlement created the Cobell Scholarship Fund, managed by Indigenous Education, Inc. (IEI). The aim was clear: support education to strengthen tribal communities.
Features of Cobell Scholarship
Where to Get Help?
- Cobell Scholarship Website: Visit the official site for details on eligibility, deadlines, and application guidance.
- Indigenous Education, Inc. (IEI): IEI manages the scholarship and offers support. Contact them with questions.
- Tribal Education Departments: Many tribes have education departments ready to assist with scholarship applications and other educational opportunities.