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A stack of books with a grad hat.
A stack of books with a grad hat.

HIGHER EDUCATION PROGRAM

The Primary purpose of the Higher Education Program is to provide financial support to allow eligible tribal members to attend institutions of higher learning in pursuit of a professional degree


ADULT EDUCATION PROGRAM

The primary purpose of the program is to provide adult tribal members with the materials and tutoring services to prepare to take the GED exam.

FILLABLE SPRING 2024 APPLICATION - CLICK HERE


GED CLASS ATTENTION - NEW ENROLLMENT PROCESS
The Adult Education Office will be scheduling appointments for our students to come in and participate individually, using social distancing; not exposing students and staff to undue risks. At this time, we will also be requiring masks to be worn. Temperatures will be checked upon arrival.
Students will need to maintain a working phone number and access to an active e-mail account, which can be checked regularly.

"The Seminole Nation A.E.D. Program will be looking forward to getting back to working with our students in order to assist them in their educational needs"

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TO VIEW THE HIGHER EDUCATION HANDBOOK - CLICK HERE

LINKS TO SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITIES:

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O.C.I.E.

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N.I.E.A.


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American Indian Services


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Cobell Scholarship


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Native Forward


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American Indian College Fund

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Indian Health Services



LINKS FOR COLLEGE FUNDING OPPORTUNITIES:

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FAFSA


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Scholarships 360


DIRECTOR - Dayna J. Harjo - harjo.d@sno-nsn.gov

Office Number:
405.241.6801

Building Location:
630 N. Main St
Seminole, Oklahoma 74868