The Oneida Higher Education (OHE) office acts as a financial aid office, processing the Oneida Higher Education scholarship and assisting clients in completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). OHE provides career/college advising, career assessments, area high school visits, community financial aid workshops, and annual college fairs to promote higher education awareness.
The Oneida Tribe of Indians of Wisconsin Higher Education Scholarship consists of a tiered funding system (General Tribal Council Resolution 1-30-10-A). Funding will be based on the academic school year of August 1 to July 31.
The scholarship is determined by the school's financial aid office standard cost of attendance and on the OHE higher education guidelines. The scholarship is not intended to replace annual income or meet total personal or household expenses.
• Vocational or undergraduate degree up to $20,000
• Master's degree up to $25,000
• Doctorate degree up to $30,000