Chickasaw Nation Division of Education: Chickasaw Nation Scholarships

Lisa John, Chickasaw Nation Secretary of Culture and Humanities

Lisa John, former Education Division Administrator, gives an overview of the two main scholarships the Nation offers, as well as general guidelines on who is eligible to apply. Please check with each service division for specific information about which programs are available, and how to apply and receive benefits when living outside the geographic boundaries of the Chickasaw Nation.

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