In order to qualify for a Lower Elwha Klallam tribe higher education scholarship you need to be an enrolled tribal member.

Free Application for Federal Student Aid is available at – this is FREE application. There are sites that get you to the end then say you have to pay – if that happens, it’s not the right sight. When you apply, be sure to have your tax forms from 2 years prior as that is what they will base their decision on. You can apply before you (or your parents file if you are under 24) complete your tax forms, but you will need to go back into the site ASAP to complete, as I have it on good authority that the sooner you apply the more funding you will be eligible to receive.

The sooner you apply for FAFSA – the more funding you are eligible to receive – DO IT NOW!!!

For Washington State Colleges: – Complete your profile and they will match grants and scholarships to you!

For students attending other States: – Complete you profile to match grants and scholarships to you!

Government resources

Free Scholarship Search & Information Services:

Native American Scholarships and Grants

Other Grants and Resources:

Ayn Rand Novels Essay Contests:

Watch Facebook page for more opportunities!!

Questions or concerns regarding Higher Education contact:

  • Jessica Egnew, Education Director
    2851 Lower Elwha Road
    Port Angeles, WA 98363
    360.452.8471 Ext. 7425

Are you ready for college?

Middle to high school to adults returning to college- how to prepare for college:

Scholarship Resources!!! Be sure to watch deadlines – all have different due dates!

Guide for applying for scholarships:

High School Graduates

College Graduates

OPICAC McCambridge Scholarship: For Returning College Students or Peninsula College Klallam Language Course – OPICAC McMambridge Scholarship Application