The Quileute Higher Education program provides support for enrolled Quileute members to achieve their educational goals through scholarships. Quileute Higher Education Scholarships are intended to help defray the cost of attendance and encourage registered Quileutes to complete a degree or certificate program.

Quileute Scholarship Deadline- March 31, 2018 

Quileute Scholarship applications for the 2018-2019 school year are now CLOSED. Any late applications will be consider as funding permits per Quileute Scholarship Policies. Please contact us with any exceptional circumstances.

Complete information regarding the application process and program policies can be found at the links below. If you should have any additional questions, feel free to contact one of the program coordinators.

Click here to download the Quileute Scholarship Application

Click here to download the Quileute Scholarship Policies

Before Applying

  • Applicants must be enrolled in a program (College, University, Trade/Technical School, Certificate program, etc.)
  • Complete the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid). To complete the FAFSA go to https://fafsa.gov/
  • Apply for two additional scholarships. See list of additional scholarship resources below.


Additional Scholarships

Looking for additional scholarships? Check out the following:


Peninsula College Scholarship Opportunities

Long House Scholarship- One scholarship awarded per year to Quileute student attending Peninsula College. Download the application here and turn in to Quileute Scholarship Coordinators, Annie or Tara.

Click here to check out a full list of scholarships for Native students attending PC.

Washington Indian Gaming Association Scholarship (Deadline March 31st, 2018)

For enrolled members in the WIGA Tribes and Indian students in Washington State. Download the application here.

National Institute of Justice AI/AN travel scholarship (Deadline May 18th, 2018)

For AI/AN students enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate program who are interested in issues related to criminal justice and public safety. Click here to check out the NIJ website for more information on the scholarship and how to apply.

Search Engines/Websites:

Catching the Dream (formerly known as the Native American Scholarship Fund)– Provides scholarship resources for Native college students.

theWashBoard.org– Provides scholarship resources for Washington State residents.

The American Indian College Fund– Provides scholarship resources for Native American college students.

American Indian Graduate Center Provides scholarship resources for American Indian graduate students to continue their education.

Annie Crippen

(360) 374-5419


Tara Huggins

(360) 374-3138