Education Services

College Resources

The College Resources Center is an advocate for students seeking the college experience higher education.  Scholarship advisors provide comprehensive student advisement and scholarship searches are offered. College Scholarship is for eligible tribal citizens seeking an undergraduate degree residing in the Cherokee Nation reservation and contiguous boundaries. Eligible High School juniors and seniors may also qualify for concurrent college classes.

Downloads

  • College Resource Center October 2020 Newsletter
    The goal of the Cherokee Nation College Resources newsletter is to keep students and school counselors informed.
  • College Resources Scholarship Checklist
    Checklist of required documents when applying for scholarships.
  • College Resources Scholarship Information
    Information and deadlines regarding College Resources scholarships.
  • Non-Profit Organizations List
    This list was compiled to help students find those community service opportunities through a Non-Profit organization for their Cherokee Nation Scholarship commitment.
  • Substitute W-9
    Cherokee Nation Substitute W-9 Form - Request For Taxpayer Identification Number and Certification
  • The Scholarship Coach - Vol. 5
    The Scholarship Coach is run by Scholarship America on U.S. News and World Report’s website for the purpose of educating students and parents about scholarships