AIGC’s Know Before U Go comes to Univ. of Oklahoma on Nov. 3
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. – The American Indian Graduate Center is sponsoring Know Before U Go, a free one-day session for American Indian and Alaska Native students in the ninth to 12th grades as well as parents and educators to learn about college preparation, scholarship opportunities and financial literacy.
The event will be held from 8:30 a.m. to 3:45 p.m. on Nov. 3 at the University of Oklahoma Norman in the Jim Thorpe Multi-Cultural Center.
The event, which includes breakfast snacks and lunch, is funded by a grant from Wells Fargo. AIGC is partnering and collaborating with area colleges, state agencies and local communities, including tribal communities, to highlight the value of higher education and to showcase resources and funding available to students before they enter a college or university.
Starting with the morning session, this event is filled with information and funding opportunities as well and the chance for a lucky student to win a free laptop.
For more information, visit www.aigcs.org/event/know-before-u-go-norman
AIGC and AIGCS are the largest scholarship providers to American Indian and Alaska Native students. AIGC funds undergraduate, graduate and professional degrees in any field at any accredited institution of choice at over 1,700 campuses across the United States.
To learn more, visit www.aigcs.org
for a list of undergraduate scholarships and graduate fellowships.