MASCAMA: Mo `ab`e-namks g si O’odham himdag g Milga:n himdag we:m.
EDUCATION: A bridge between tradition and the modern world.
Education Assistance Program (formerly Scholarship Program) assists enrolled tribal members with financial assistance to attain an academic degree or certificate.
- Agriculture Scholarship Opportunity!!
- Enterprise Education Videos and Waiver
- Below are links to the videos and draft waiver form. These are designed to assist in connecting recent graduates and participants in the EAP with potential job opportunities at the Nation’s Enterprise.
- Justin Manuel Video: [link]:
- Jacob Moore Video: [link]:
- Argelia Medina Video: [link]:
- Waiver Link: [link]:
- Policy & Government Relations Intern (Paid)
- If you have any questions, please contact us at (520)383-6571 in Sells or our toll-free number at 1-888-966-3426. You may also send an email to AskEAP@tonation-nsn.gov
- Education Assistance – Pima Community College location has permanently closed as of July 11, 2020
- NEW Students: the EAP Orientation Presentation is available for you to view
- The American Indian Graduate Center created the AIGC Access Scholarship that will provide a one-time award to cover students’ graduate fees. Click HERE to read more information
- Additional Scholarships Page
- Earn your degree and teaching certificates through the Preparing Educators for Arizona’s Indigenous Communities program at ASU’s Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College.
- 35th Annual Student Recognition Ceremony, we will broadcast from our YouTube Channel, and on our Facebook page. Please follow, subscribe and share. YouTube: https://youtu.be/lUncjsI11AE Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100069628936421 Website: Education Assistance Program – Tohono O’odham Nation (tonation-nsn.gov)
- Arizona Native Scholars Grant (ANS) – The University of Arizona is excited to announce Tuition-Free Education for Native American Undergraduates in Arizona The Arizona Native Scholars Grant (ANS) is an institutional grant program that ensures that in-state tuition and mandatory fees are fully covered for Native, Arizona Resident, Undergraduate students. ANS will fill in the difference between a student’s tuition and mandatory fees and all other gift aid the student receives (Pell Grant, merit scholarships, etc.). This can be awarded up to four years (eight consecutive semesters). ANS is available for fall 2022 first year, readmit and transfer admits and current/continuing students. We invite you to learn more about program requirements at Arizona Native Scholars Grant (ANS). Education Assistance Program encourages all students and families to contact University of Arizona Office of Undergraduate Admissions or the Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid. Team members are available to assist in-person, online and via phone.