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The American Indian and Indigenous Studies Program (AIISP) encourages students to apply to prestigious scholarships and programs during their career at Cornell. Our staff is available to advise students about which scholarships they should be applying to. We are proud to have students win such awards as: The Udall Scholarship, Ronald E.McNair Scholarship, Doris Duke Conservation Scholarship, and many more.
Cornell's McNair Program video featuring recipient Fred Blaisdell (Oneida Nation of the Thames) '16 at 1:25 min. 
For your reference, below is a list of scholarships and outside organizations that like us, believe in the enrichment of a student's college experience.

Cornell Scholarships

Meinig Family Cornell National Scholars

The Cornell Tradition

McNair Scholars Program

Udall Scholarship

Doris Duke Conservation Scholars Program


Outside Scholarships

American Indian Education Fund

American Indian Graduate Center

American Indian Science and Engineering Society (AISES) Scholarships

American Water Works Association Scholarships

College Horizons

Graduate Horizons

Catching the Dream

Corbell Scholarship

Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) American Indian Scholarship

Financial Aid Scholarships for Students with Disabilities

Full Circle Scholarship Program (to undergraduate students attending non-tribal colleges)

George A. Strait Minority Scholarship

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