Augsburg’s American Indian Recognition Full Tuition Program aims to support and promote the importance of American Indian students on campus. Unlike many public institutions, Augsburg’s program does not limit eligibility to American Indian students who live in the state. The program defines “American Indian” as an enrolled member of any federally recognized American Indian tribe, Alaskan Native Village, or Canadian First Nation, or a direct descendent (child or grandchild) of an enrolled or tribally verified member.
American Indian Scholarships at Augsburg University
- Partial tuition fees
- 1 December 2022
Students must demonstrate a commitment, grounded in lived experience, to recognizing the importance and diversity of American Indians in higher education. A student does not need to be a Minnesota resident or establish residence on trust land to participate.
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For eligible students with family incomes under $125,000, the program will cover all remaining tuition and fees after federal and state gift aid has been applied. The program will cover 100% of unmet need (defined as tuition and standard fees minus the student’s Estimated Family Contribution from the FAFSA) for eligible students with family incomes above $125,000.
Interested students should complete and receive approval for the program online application prior to May 1 for fall enrollment and December 1 for spring enrollment. To explore this opportunity and learn more about the Augsburg community, connect with an admission counselor or request more information.