American Indian Supplemental Existence Fund (AISEF)

The American Indian Supplemental Existence Fund (AISEF), was established in 1990 through the efforts of the Duane and Wendy Grant of the organization “Friends For All Children.” Grants are made from AISEF to Native American students majoring in the following areas (Natural Resources, Education, Arts, Sciences & Humanities, and Business) at Fort Lewis College who qualify for the Native American Tuition Waiver. Student must have a 2.80 cumulative GPA, complete that FAFSA and must commit to utilizing support services through the Native American Center (NAC) and be involved with NAC programming and working for select events. Amounts vary up to $1000/year

Varies, up to $1000/year
Supplemental Questions
  1. AISEF looks to support dedicated scholars who have a desire to become strong leaders in their fields. Please discuss (500 words or less) what motivates you, how you will develop into a leader in your field of study or community and your plans after graduation. You MUST also upload a letter of recommendation. You can do this using the upload spots at the end of the general application.