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Arizona Association Of Student Financial Aid & Administrators through its Hopi Tribe Grants and Scholarship Program financially supports Hopi students to pursue their education. BIA Higher Education/Hopi Supplemental Grant is for those who: Must belong to Hopi Tribe Pursuing associate, baccalaureate, graduate or post graduate degree Must be enrolled members of Hopi tribe Entering freshmen must have 2.0 Cumulative Grade Point Average for high school coursework or a minimum score of 45% on the GED Exam Continuing students must have a 2.0 CGPA for college coursework The BIA Higher Education Grant will be awarded $ 2500 per semester Hopi Higher Education Grant is awarded $ 1500 per semester For more information regarding the grants please contact Office of the Hopi Tribal Grants and Scholarships or Ima Polingyumptewa (520) 734-3533 0r 1(800)762-9630 or you can mail to IPolingyumptewa@hopi.nsn.us or FLomakema@hopi.nsn.us
The Ryan Mullaly Second Chance Fund is a non-profit organization offering scholarships to young people who are battling for life from the life threatening disease cancer. It becomes the pressing need for the cancer patients to spend time more in hospitals and less in school or other extra curricular activities. Also the financial burden adds to the woes of the families. The Ryan Mullaly Second Chance Scholarship is a blessing for such children and their families who are affected emotionally and financially. With this scholarship the candidate can pursue education while undergoing treatment. Eligibility: Must be citizen or permanent resident of United States Of America Diagnosed with cancer or recurrence of cancer between age 13 and graduation Underwent treatment of cancer while in high school Has the history of treatment –chemotherapy and radiation or both Must be 22 or younger Currently enrolled in a college for 2 year or 4 year Associate’s or Bachelor’s Degree and in an accredited post secondary vocational or trade programs Each winner will receive the award of $ 1,000. Those who are currently undergoing treatment, with permanent effects from the treatment and are just beginning their posts-high school education are given first priority. The candidate [...]