Known as one of the nation’s oldest American Indian college of higher learning, and one of the oldest higher education institution in Oklahoma, Bacone College is now offering four full-ride scholarships for the Spring 2019 semester beginning January 9th.
The four scholarships will be two scholarships in the colleges’ American Indian Art program and two scholarships in the American Indian Christian Ministry program.
As listed in a news release, "the scholarships cover the cost of all tuition, fees and room & board and every Indian student receives an automatic $10,000 scholarship to attend.
Bacone College broke down the potential costs for Native students as follows:
How affordable is Bacone College for American Indian students?
Total Cost of Attendance (one year):
Athletic Fee: $100
Books (average): $600
Total Funding for American Indian students who are full PELL and OK Promise eligible:
American Indian Scholarship: $10,000
PELL grant: $6,095 *based on family income
FSEOG grant: $500 *based on family income
OTAG: $1,300 *based on family income
OTEG: $2,000 *based on family income
OK Promise: $5,000 *based on applying between 8th-10th grade (approximate amount of OK Promise)
Tribal Higher Education average: $2,000
COST TO STUDENT: -$1,295 (student will receive cash refund from financial aid)
*Please note that this is not an official estimate and is based on being full PELL eligible.
Until we receive your application, high school transcript and FAFSA, we cannot provide an official estimate of cost.
*EACH SEMESTER, we will also be working with students on writing for outside tribal scholarships in various workshops. We will also be working with every family to find every possible source of funding for their students.
What degree programs are offered?
Accounting — Bachelor of Arts
Art — Associate of Arts
Fine Art — Associate of Arts
American Indian Studies — Bachelor of Arts/Associate of Arts
Business Administration — Bachelor/Associate
Business Management — Bachelor/Associate
Criminal Justice — Bachelor of Science/Associate of Science
Christian Ministry — Bachelor/Associate
American Indian Ministry
Elementary Education — Bachelor
Exercise Science — Bachelor
Family Studies (Social Work/Education) — Bachelor
Finance — Bachelor
Liberal Arts — Bachelor
Concentration Areas: Communications, English, History, Interdisciplinary Studies
Radiography — Bachelor
Sport Management — Bachelor
What Athletic programs are available at Bacone?
AFFILIATION: NAIA D-1 (Sooner Athletic Conference)
From the Bacone News Release / Information about admission, website information:
Bacone College is the nation’s oldest American Indian institution of higher learning and the oldest higher education institution in Oklahoma. Furthermore, Bacone is the most affordable university option for American Indian students in the State of Oklahoma. No institution of higher education has a longer standing connection to the education of American Indian people, then Bacone College!
In the summer of 2018, the university (under the leadership of new President Dr. Ferlin Clark; Navajo,) began the process of fully returning to the mission of genuine Indian education to prepare and empower the Indigenous populations of all tribal communities/nations throughout the United States.
Bacone has streamlined academic, athletic and club programs and ensured that all areas of the college are meeting the needs of Indian students, their tribes and families. Now is an incredible and important time to be a part of a renewed Bacone College!
We encourage you to go to www.bacone.edu and apply to the university!
For more information, you may also contact the Bacone College Admissions & Athletic Recruitment Team at 918-360-5531 via text or call.