Navajo Tribal Utility Authority – an enterprise of the Navajo Nation

NTUA SCHOLARSHIP

 

Award: $2,000.00 for one year, (divided into $1,000.00 increments for the Fall and Spring semesters). This is the standard scholarship application process. The scholarship may be used for either an Undergraduate or a Graduate degree program.

 

Eligibility criteria:

  1. The student is:
    1. High School Graduate or expects to graduate high school by the date of enrollment at college or university; or
    2. High-school equivalent certificate holder or expects to receive a high-school equivalent certificate by the date of enrollment at college or university; or
    3. Currently attending college or university with a Cumulative Grade Point Average of 2.00 or above for Undergraduate work, or a 3.00 or above for Graduate work.
  2. The student is enrolled in a field of study related to the multi-service utility industry ((e.g. business, management, administration, accounting, engineering [electrical, civil, or environmental], environment, or information technology).
  3. The student is enrolled as Full-Time status, defined as:
    1. Twelve (12) or more Credit Hours per semester for Undergraduate degree programs; or
    2. Nine (9) or more Credit Hours per semester for Graduate degree programs; or
    3. Other amount of credit hours determined by student’s college or university as Full-Time status.
  4. The student maintains a Cumulative Grade Point Average of 2.00 or above for Undergraduate work, or a 3.00 or above for Graduate work.

Application Process:
Students must provide the following documents by the stated deadline.

 

Application Packet:
Applicants must submit official/original documents for each element of the Application Packet listed below:

  • Scholarship Application
  • Letter of Interest (Standard business letter stating your interest in the scholarship and a description of how your degree aligns with multi-service utility industry.)
  • Letter of Acceptance or Admission to College or University
  • Official sealed High School or College or University Transcripts
  • Official Certificate of Indian Blood (green, embossed certificate)’

Incomplete Application Packets will not be considered for the scholarship award.  No fax or email documents will be considered.

 

Deadline: Applicants must postmark or hand-deliver the complete Application Packet to the NTUA Training Department by the

Application Deadline:5:00 PM April 28th, 2017.  

 

SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION