How To Apply:
Eligibility Requirements: • Be an enrolled member of the Oneida Tribe of Indians of Wisconsin.
• Have a High School Diploma, HSED or GED.
• Be accepted into a diploma or degree seeking program at an accredited college, university
or vocational college within the United States.
When and How To Apply: • Select and apply for admission at an accredited college, university, or vocational college within the United States
• Submit a copy of your letter of admission or acceptance from the school that you are planning to attend.
Free Application for Federal Student Aid Form (FAFSA) • Complete the FAFSA as soon after January 1 of each year.
(Complete on-line at www.fafsa.ed.gov). The FAFSA is required when taking six or more credits per term.
Obtain Personal Identification Number (PIN) for student and parent use throughout the FAFSA/financial aid processs at
Oneida Higher Education Grant Application •.Must be completed each school year.
•. Priority Filing Dates: April 15 (Fall Term), October 1 (Spring Term) May 1 (Summer Term).
Participant Acknowledgment and Agreement form •. Must complete each school year.
Oneida Academic Plan • Student & school advisor/counselor must sign the Oneida Academic Plan.
• Must be completed and submitted prior to each semester/term or upon class registration.
Financial Needs Analysis (FNA) • The FNA will be sent to your school's financial aid office to obtain the school's cost of attendance (COA)
and student financial aid resources.
Part-time students carrying 1 to 5 credits per semester/term • Complete the Oneida Higher Education Grant Application.
• Complete the Participant Acknowledgment and Agreement form.
• Student & school advisor/counselor must sign the Oneida Academic Plan.
• Funding will consist of tuition, required books and fees.
• It is the responsibility of the student to ensure that their file and/or paperwork is complete at the school and at the Oneida Higher Education office.• Failure to have a complete file before the class/term/semester ends will result in denial of funding for that class/term/semester.•It is the students responsibility to know the information provided in the Oneida Higher Education student handbook. Please review your handbook regarding all program guidelines such as, length of funding, academic requirements, appeals, etc.• Pay special attention to letters or emails from school or the Oneida Higher Education office and contact them if you have questions.