Faye and Charlotte Bryner Scholarship Fund for Native American Students

The College of Education offers this opportunity to a graduate student who is of Native American descent or whose professional
plans are to work in education in the Native American Community. Applicants must have a 3.0 GPA or better, must agree to only work up to 20 hours per week, and provide evidence of financial need.
Special Conditions: Recipients cannot work more than 20 hours per week while on the scholarship. The scholarship is renewable for a second year.
Number of Awards: one (1)
Value: up to $5,000 per year
Provided by: Heidi Hayes Jacobs

Supplemental Questions
  1. Are your professional plans to work in education in the Native American community?
  2. Describe financial need.
  3. Include a personal statement (double-spaced, maximum of 2 pages) that clearly addresses your qualifications for this award, your career goals as relevant to this award, and how this award will assist in achieving your academic and career goals.
  4. Please upload a copy of your unofficial transcript.
  5. College of Education Multiple Reference Question.
    • The College of Education Scholarship Committee would like three (3) letters of support from references for your scholarship application. Please ensure that at least two (2) of the references that you provide have been instructors for coursework taken with the College of Education. The references will be emailed and asked to type a letter of support on your behalf when you provide their name and email in the space provided.