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Planning for college is hard. College Board makes it easy. Here are the top college planning questions asked by other Indigenous students - click the buttons below for the answers.

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This website, guidebook and the resources within were created by four teams of Indigenous college students who participated in the College Board summer internship program. 

Now we're sharing some of the lessons we learned when applying to college to help make your own process as simple and effective as possible. 

Explore this page to find advice from past and current Indigenous college students, information on Tribal/National scholarships, colleges who support Native students, and more. 

We wish you all the best on your college journey!

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Hear from past and current Indigenous college students about their college journeys.

Plan, prepare, and pay for college with scholarships. Start your search with these Tribal, National, and academic scholarships. 

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Consider looking into colleges with Native Student Support centers. Start your search with these Tribal Colleges and Universities. 

Kenaba  Hatathlie (Navajo), Standford University 2019