Native American Community
Getting Involved: Organizations
- Four Directions: Indigenous Peoples and Allies or Four Directions Facebook Group
- Four Front—Contact the Multicultural Center at 573-882-882-7152 or email@example.com.
The Native American Indigenous Research Network is a group of faculty and graduate students interested in investigating issues related to Native Americans and other indigenous cultures around the world. For more information, contact Clarence Lo at 573-882-1736 or LoC@missouri.edu, or Dennis Kelley at 573-882-8831 or KelleyDF@missouri.edu.
See the list of MU researchers currently working on native/indigenous research.
Qualifying for Scholarships and Other Services
To be considered for scholarships or any other financial aid, students should apply to MU and complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). To apply for MU scholarships that are not automatic, please use the online MU scholarship application. For additional questions about scholarships and financial aid, contact your financial aid advisor.
Please be aware that some scholarships may require applicants to prove their American Indian ancestry or hold a Certificate Degree of Indian Blood (CDIB) card. To obtain this card, contact the tribe to which you are claiming heritage (see the Tribal Leaders Directory for contact information) to determine if you are eligible for enrollment in that tribe. Each tribe establishes their own requirements for enrollment in the tribe. The U.S. Bureau of Indian Affairs will issue a CDIB card that shows your blood quantum and tribal affiliation. Visit the Bureau of Indian Affairs for additional information.
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