The Muscogee (Creek) Nation Scholarship Foundation offers 21 scholarship opportunities for students enrolled in Post Secondary and Vocational-Technical Schools. Please click on the scholarships below to learn more.
Spring application available: October 1- December 15
Fall application available: March 1- June 1

Scholarship Application Instructions

The Scholarship Foundation Program is a competitive based scholarship program for Muscogee (Creek) citizens enrolled as full-time students at an accredited institution of higher education. Applicants are responsible for completing the application and providing all requested information and documentation in addition to following up. A letter will be sent to the applicant indicating receipt of your application. All applications are reviewed and selected by a Scholarship Committee of the Scholarship Foundation Program. All applicants are notified of scholarship status by mail at the conclusion of the selection process.

Application Requirements

  • Students must be a member of the Muscogee (Creek) Nation
  • Students can submit one application per student per semester
  • If you are applying for a restricted scholarship(s), see the requirements below
  • Students must submit a one-page, typed, a personal statement that includes career and educational goals, career choice, tribal and community involvement, and how this scholarship could affect their future
Click here to download our Scholarship List Form
General – Scholarships have no requirements within the description.
Restricted – Scholarships have specific requirements within the description.
  • Fostering Care Scholarship – $500
    • Must show proof that the student was a Ward of the Court for at least six months after the age of 13 and resided in out of home care placement
  • Jackson Narcomey Scholarship – $500
    • Must be a currently enrolled as an Art major or related field
    • Must give a personal statement indicating how this scholarship will help the applicant complete his/her education and the type of medium used by the applicant