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2019 MATC Scholars Program: Mr. Radell Nared Jr. – How to Apply to a 4-Year Institution

2019 MATC Scholars Program: Mr. Radell Nared Jr. – How to Apply to a 4-Year Institution

Continue about a process I’ve provided using
materials so you’ll have that information in front of you so we have our transfer guide
and it’s also you have our native guide in front of you. The white card that you have,
that allows me to make sure I follow up with you. I wanna make sure we can make this process,
if you’re thinking about coming to the University or transferring over, I want to make it seamless
as possible so I want to get you in the right hands but also let you, inform you of all
the opportunities that we have. Our scholarships, and also the support that you’ll have once
you get on campus. As you know some individuals in this room have
brought you here and are providing this opportunity for you are also here at the University, truly
making a difference in not only Native students but also students across the campus. So we’re supper
excited to have you here. In my position, I actually just got promoted to Associate
Director, so my whole job is how to come up with strategies and initiatives and make sure
when you get here, or the whole process is as easy as possible. So walking you from the
application all the way to helping you apply for the scholarships that we have for you.
Especially as Native students. One of those scholarships that I’ll literally
show you in a couple seconds here is our Native American scholarship. What that does for you
as a transfer student is that helps you pay for up to 135 credit hours to finish your degree.
So you can either finish your degree or finish out 135 credit hours, whichever one comes
first. So that’s an opportunity that we haven’t had a Native student actually apply for or
utilize since OFF CAMERA: Can I apply again? MR RADELL NARED JR (MR N): I mean if you want
to. [laughter] If you want to. Absolutely. We need more work so,
yes. AM: I like being a pain in the butt. MR N: I’m glad you asked. Before we get started,
I’m going to ask you a question. This is an open forum. Yes I’m providing you with information
about the University but if you have any questions about the process, things that you’re just
thinking about, let’s go ahead and just throw those out so we can address those as we go
along because I want to be as informative as possible about this whole process. So yeah,
you mentioned, what are the requirements for that? So there’s two spaces that you can find this
information. So if you go to our website. Go to apply., you go up
to scholarships. The wonderful thing about all our opportunities at the University is
we allow you the opportunity to pretty much. You’re filming this so let me go, I’m sorry. [laughter] OFF CAMERA: You can sit down, that’s fine.
Don’t worry about it. DR N: So. Once you get to this page we have
it filtered by 1st year transfer, in-state, out-of-state, leadership, and diversity. Since
you all will be a transfer student, this is the best way to do it. The opportunity that I was talking to you
about will be your transfer tribal tuition college scholarship. There are deadlines for
this, keep those in mind, if you’re applying for the fall, this upcoming fall, and you
have to apply to the University by May, apply to the University by March 1st. If you’re
trying to cut for the Spring, October 1st. All this information, the reason why I’m doing
this online is so that I can show you how to get to where it’s at. But then if you’re
talking about how do you even apply for it, you just click on it. It takes you over here
to the actual award amount. So what we’re looking at, this is full in-state tuition
for 135 credit hours as I just mentioned. So you can complete your degree first, or
complete the 135 credit hours through the University. So it’s essentially completion
of your bachelor’s degree based off what you’re bringing in off of an Associate’s which you
may have completed. Or the equivalent of 135 credit hours. Whatever one’s taking place
first. What you need to actually apply is apply to
the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. You’re coming for this upcoming fall 2020 you need
to apply by March 1st. Technically if you would have liked to have started this upcoming
Spring, so in December here, well technically January, you would have applied to this type
of scholarship and applied to the University by October 1st. That’s okay. If you haven’t
done that fall 2020 is still available and I wanna make sure you guys are knowledgeable
about this because we happen to have a student actually transfer from NICC, or any community
colleges where a certain Native population, so you can receive this scholarship. Which
is huge for me because I want to promote this as much as possible because we just recruited
technically the most diverse class in school history. We have a goal of recruiting literally
a thousand students this upcoming year. We hit 911. So nine hundred and eleven students.
It’s the most diverse class in school history. The goal, or actually the number last year
before that, the last year before that was 784. So talk to alumnus wants to continue
about what we’re doing which is why I want to make sure I can utilize this white card
that you guys have in front of you to make sure that I follow up with you. When I say
I want to get you here, I want to get you here. So I’ll literally get on the phone with
you at 10 o’clock at night to walk you through the application process to help you fill out
scholarships, that what I want to do. OFF CAMERA: He’s scary so you better. [laughter] DR N: But no. When I say that I mean that.
I work with Winnebago Academy, their academy that they had their first quarter of students
not on the campus so I’m working with them on a regular basis to make sure they’re getting
connected, make sure they have opportunities. And all of them are part of UNITE now which
is a fantastic opportunity. Moises Padilla, which you’ll actually hear from if you haven’t
already heard from today, he’s actually their advisor. So it’s a great opportunity to not
only get connected but also stay connected. UNITE’s truly making an impact on this campus.
So this is why this white card is important to me. So when I call you don’t ignore my
calls. I’m serious. What’s your name. CASSIE: Cassie. DR N: Cassie don’t ignore my calls. I’m serious.
Yeah don’t block me. So I’m gonna make sure I can follow up with you. So this is one of the many opportunities that
you have, and this is literally our department. And know the criteria for this is a 2.5 GPA.
That’s okay. So the reason why I said 2.5 is we’re gonna make sure that person when
they transfer over, and you maintain at least a 2.5, that’s a C, C+ average, technically.
So you can do that. I know you can do that because you’ve already been doing that now
and we want to continue that process and make sure you continue to be successful here. So that’s the renewal criteria. Any questions
about this scholarship so far? Kay. Let’s talk about the transfer piece of this.
So we talked about the scholarship, this one scholarship real quick and I’ll come back
to all these other ones. I want to talk about the process of transferring. So let’s make this interactive. What do you
think our transfer, what do you need as far as a GPA, a cumulative, and also last term
semester to transfer to the University of Nebraska-Lincoln? Cumulative GPA to transfer
to the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, and then also you’re last term semester, what
do you think your GPA needs to be to transfer to the University. OFF CAMERA: 2.5 DR N: 2.5, 3.0, 2.8. There’s no wrong answer
for this I mean there’s just one right answer. [laughter] Technically you need the ones that you listed,
yes, those are technically true. We want you to come in above. But technically what we’re
looking at is a 2.0 GPA from your last term and also your cumulative GPA being a 2.0.
That’s what we’re looking at. So when you transfer to the University, if you don’t believe
me I can show you. So we’ll talk about this, walk through this. We’ll
start with transfer. I’ve actually gone a little too far. As I mentioned before how
many noticed the books. It’s on the actual website. So 2.0, C average, and then cumulative
for the most recent term. So that core requirements of what you need to complete. 10 of these
12 credit hours from the University. So you need to get at least 12 credit hours to transfer
to the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. So that makes focus. We look at your high school
transcript just to make sure you took some of these but this is not really a determining
factor. If you can submit it, more of your ACT, or not ACT, your GPA, submit your core
classes that you’ve taken. So we look at that transcript, and what class that you’ve taken
at your actual community college, to then evaluate you on how you would transfer here. We’ll request your transcripts. So when you
apply, we’ll literally ask for an unofficial copy. The unofficial copy lets us know that
you’ve taken these classes at your community college and this is what you’re currently
sitting at. Once you apply, you’re admitted and you end up coming to the University, then
that’s when they’ll send your official transcripts to us at our actual admissions website or,
you can send them to our admissions website or you can just mail them into us. Whatever
one you decide to do, you can do that. Our actual address is 1410 Q St. That’s here in
Lincoln, NE, 68588. So that information is there for you. Am I clear on transcript entries?
Yes. OFF CAMERA: I think you should clarify when
you actually apply which one is the transcript. MR N: So unofficial transcript is something
you can download, send to us, upload it. We accept that. So it’s not an official document
stamped with the actual official seal. The official document, once you send it to us
once you’re admitted, literally is stamping the envelope that you cannot open, and if
you open it you have to go back and request it again. So the official one, once you apply
to the University you’re accepted, you pay the enrollment deposit, come in here we’ll
get you that official one. It’s in a stamped envelope from your actual institution so NICC
or wherever you’re currently at. Do not open that, it gets sent to you, send it to us.
The unofficial one you can send in a PDF form, you can send in a Word Document, however you
want to send it. That does not say that these are my official scores, that you may have
some classes in progress, and we will get the official one once you complete all your
courses at the institution. Does that make sense? Does that clarify a little bit? What
else? OFF CAMERA: The official one is gonna have,
even not on the envelope, it’s gonna have a stamp on it and it’s gonna have an official
signature, it should be sealed as well. OFF CAMERA: And I’ll just add if you’re a
little confused, go to the main office and say, “I need an official transcript” and they’ll
go “Oh yeah yeah, I know what to do for you” and they’ll create the right one for you with
the sealed envelope and everything and that’s all you need to do. MR N: Add a little bit to that, correct me.
I’m sorry, thank you for correcting me there. Okay, transcripts. Deadlines as I mentioned
before, if you’re applying for the fall, technically the deadline to actually get into the University
and send in all your official documents is May 1st, and if your applying for the spring,
December 1st. But the scholarship that I mentioned to you is March and December. So keep that
in mind. Application fee technically is 45 dollars, but there are ways always you can
get around this. So we give special circumstances to different cases. So we can work with you
on this piece here. But in most cases it’s 45 dollars. Scholarship statement technically
does not apply because this is for, in most cases the traditional freshmen coming in.
There’s a different application that you’ll apply for for the Native scholarship. And
you’ll find that information in your MyRED account. OFF CAMERA: With the Native scholarship is
there an essay? MR N: There is. So there’s an essay that you’ll
find in the MyRED account and you’ll submit that through your MyRed account. It’s a five
hundred word essay telling us about your experience and then from there we are able to the award
you based on that. Great question. Any questions so far? International students, I don’t think anybody’s
an international student. No? Okay, I just want to make sure. You are? Okay. So this
is a different process for you, which I know was gonna be the case. As I mentioned before,
requirements we look at this stuff to make sure what you took in high school and what
you did not. It is not a determining factor for us because we look at the courses that
you’ve taken at your community college, then evaluate if you’re gonna get in if you fulfill
that GPA requirement. Transferring actual credits is where I will
go to next. So we have equivalent four year high school degree. So if you’re gonna be
transferring credits you use this credit equivalency piece here. If not, the easiest way to do
this is to actually see it. Because if you scroll down, course equivalency list and then
type in NICC. I can’t see and type and do two different things. What this does is it shows you what you’re
courses will come in as here and what pieces count towards the University credit hours.
But if you want to see the actual list of classes that you’re taking and what will transfer
over to the institution this is a good way to see where you stand based off of some of
the courses that you’ve already taken, what they’ll come in as at the University. This
is a good list to always reference if you’re going to be taking some of these courses and
wondering what they’re going to be transferring in as. So this is a great list to kind of
reference throughout the process. Yes sir. OFF CAMERA: So how much of this would actually
cover your core classes that you have to take so you can actually focus on your major. MR N: The great majority are the ones you
transfer from NICC, you cover it up to do core classes so you can actually focus on
your actual major. So yeah, that’s that. OFF CAMERA: That’s the only way to put it. MR N: So the majority of classes that you’ll
bring in you’ll incorporate the majority of your classes, core classes, then you actually
literally get the time to spend in your actual major. Those core classes are great but if
you’ve already completed those it literally allows you to focus on your actual major and
your actual degree and get out as soon as you possibly can. OFF CAMERA: That means you can get two majors. MR N: Nobody’s excited about that. [laughter] This is a great opportunity as I mentioned
and the scholarship opens up a lot of doors if you transfer here with the majority of
your core classes already out of the way, that opens up a lot more doors for you to
continue on and do some additional things while you’re at the institution before you graduate. OFF CAMERA: So if you graduate, say from like
NICC in the Spring and then transfer here, would I be considered a freshman still, or
would I be a Junior? MR N: Based off of how many credits you come
in with, you may be coming in as a junior. In most cases if you graduate with an Associate’s
you come in as a junior. Yeah you won’t come in as a freshman, I’m sorry. I’m sorry if
that’s what you wanted. [laughter] But you’ll typically start out as a junior.
If not you’ll, technically you could be a senior it depends on how many credit hours
you completed. Great question. Yes sir. OFF CAMERA: You may have already said
this, but is there a difference between if you complete your degree and transfer versus if
you’re in the middle of a degree and transfer? MR N: For us, from the institutional side,
it honestly varies. And the reason why I say that is because some individuals want to have
their associates, then transfer over and complete it versus if they just are going to transfer
with those credit hours. It depends, there’s no differentiation or determining factor whether
one is worse than the other. That’s not up to us to decide. We just want to make sure
when you transfer over you transfer over as we see fit on the actual transcript so that
way you’re not wasting time by transferring to us. OFF CAMERA: Because I know a lady that was
saying they transfer more for completed versus if you start only part. MR N: For us it’s a little different. We just
want to make sure whatever you’re bringing in we’re gonna evaluate you based off some
of your criteria here and if you have you’re associate’s that’s great for us because that
allows us on our side to make sure we’re more intentional as far as your major and stuff
like that. And you just got to try and plug and play all these different things. In most
cases if you have your associate’s you have like a specialty or something like that which
you’ve already worked towards. Great question, great question. I don’t want to put people to sleep so I’m
gonna continue on. What information, let’s do this, just to make this the best process
and the most informative as possible, what information do you want to know about the
transfer process that you don’t already have answers to? That’s a difficult question I
guess. OFF CAMERA: I kind of learned that at home.
Cause I want to transfer to like half school because I was trying to take a shortcut, but
then they said I had to finish the tribal college first in order to transfer. MR N: Is that from the University or is that
from somebody else? OFF CAMERA: High school. MR N: High school? OFF CAMERA: Yeah, University. So I can’t transfer
my, what do you call it, credits unless I finish school. And then they said I would get in trouble if I did it. MR N: They said you need to finish first.
I don’t know their rules and regulations so I don’t want you to get in trouble so if they
are saying that you have to finish before you OFF CAMERA: No. I’m not saying [inaudible].
I try to take a shortcut. MR N: I got you. I got you. Kay. So I’ll just
provide you with information based off of what I know about the process and then if
there’s something that pops up, please let me know. Transferring credits, as I said these
are the list of NICC courses that transfer to the University when you come over to us. But I’ll go back to the scholarship. Transfer scholarships, so these are all the
opportunities that we have. So you can transfer over with the transfer tribal tuition college
scholarship. We have the Nebraska transfer regence, which is if you come in with a 3.5
GPA from your actual core classes there. Transfer George Beal, that’s for more out-of-state
students, Midwest exchange. And then transfer Nebraska Legacy, so if anybody in your family,
this is for our out-of-state students too, have gone to the University out-of-state and
have done a tuition scholarship, that’s out-of-state. But if you turn to page, this don’t have page
numbers, but if you turn to step 3, you may have gotten the white one I gave you, this
lists out all the scholarships that we have for Native students at the University. And
this may not be the complete list to be honest with you. As I mentioned the tribal one, we
have the Native American heritage, American leaders, those are all for traditional freshmen
students coming in. But then we have the Nebraska Achievement community college scholarship,
that’s renewable for up to 2 years, which is great. And that’s having 3.0 GPA or higher
throughout the process. The ones that I like to mentioned, that was
probably mentioned already is the Ponca Tribe one, Standing Bear, and then the American
Indian College one. Those are all great resources for you to look into. Especially because they
are giving out additional resources and provide you with resources here, through those that
are funding opportunities to make sure they can make this process as supportable as possible. The tuition one that we offer if you’re a
Native student transferring in, that one covers the great majority of everything that you
need at the University, but that does not cover, like any of your housing expenses or
stuff like that. Keep that in mind. Any questions about the scholarships that we offer, literally
on our website or our actual document? I know there are some additional ones that we don’t
have here, which we need to get fixed. OFF CAMERA: What is the scholarship that if
you graduate from [inaudible] then you have to submit both [inaudible] MR N: That one that I mentioned earlier? The
first one? So this is OFF CAMERA: That’s just the tribal college
scholarship? MR N: Yep. Same as that one, we cover up to
135 credit hours. It may show up something different on your [inaudible] packs for the
same scholarship. Does that answer your question? Any other questions about these? For the sake of time I want to make sure we
cover everything. So we have about 26 more minutes. I just want to stay on time. The
next piece Jared Bradley was supposed to come in and cover with you guys. What I’ll be covering
is pretty much money management, housing at the University, especially if you have a family,
and then we also accept forms like a daycare center. We have all those resources here but
they do have some different entities that we’ll talk about and these are the things
that we’ll talk about here of this process. So we do have family housing at the University
so if you do come in with an actual family one of the determining factors on here if
you come in with an actual dependent, so if you have a wife or a spouse, that’s one of
the criteria that’s also listed, this is the actual laws that we use, especially if you
have any children or anything like that. Any kids. So there’s two sides of that piece.
So you come in with an actual family, wife, husband, and kids that are from the United
States, if you’re a single parent, full time with a dependent child. If you’re doing that
you just go into housing that they have for you. You can see some of the units here and
what the cost is for a two bedroom versus three bedroom or some for four. But then it
gives you the actual location of these different pieces. So it gives you how much rent is, how
many people can fit in the house, floor plans, everything so this is something that you want
to literally check into you can do that. You just go up to google type in University housing,
what you get is click on the About Us go into family housing, all kinds of resource, all
this information we have. So that’s a great resources. The other piece of this if you
do have any children and you’re worried about child care we do have a sitter come to the
University of Nebraska-Lincoln’s actual page, the rates are actually here, so if you want
to click on that it will give you the rates based off of that so that’s something that
you can look into. But it talks about the center, it started 2009 to make sure our students
have that opportunity, to not only go to class but also make sure their students’ children
are taken care of through this piece, while providing their education. This piece is for
them to actually have a space they can go when their in class. Questions so far. This is supposed to be interactive
so bring any problems up that you guys are thinking about, this would be a good time
to talk about it. The other piece that was mentioned in here
was the money management piece. Our budgeting. So we have the UNL money management center. It used to be able to save it full here but I don’t know if they moved it or not, we’ll
go to the UNL unit C building. So this is a place on campus that you can go to that
helps you literally with your budgeting. They offer all these things as far as the coaching
session, spending plan, finance you’re goals, organization, credits, all this right here
at the University making sure that anything that you want to know about not only managing
your money but also setting you up for success in the future we have there and you can utilize
those resources here at the University. What I’m not sure is if they moved locations. You
used to be able to take a four year. Yes they did. So now their in the health center over,
you know, the University medical center. So that’s closer to Knoll which is our suites
housing. So if you want to utilize those resources this is a great school to set yourself up
for success because they offer you these sessions for you to kind of help you with the process. I wanted to leave plenty of time to have some
questions at the end about anything. So this is that time to keep us on schedule too. Is
there anything that you thought I would cover that I did not cover that we can still talk
about. And that’s for anybody. OFF CAMERA: How much did [inaudible] MR N: Great question. So for residents students
tuition, and everything like that. For traditional student, if you’re actually staying in the
dorm housing and meal plan are included so it’s about 11,000 a year. That’s if you don’t
stay off campus that’s if you literally stay in a residence hall here with the meal plan
that 11,000 cost here. Most transfer students don’t end up living in an actual residence
hall, they live off campus to save a little bit more money if it’s more effective. Which
we have dozens and dozens of places that you can stay off campus and save a bunch of money.
But if you chose to stay on campus just for that actual field that’s there for you. And
we actual have learning communities for transfer students. That’s one thing I did not touch
on. If you’re a transfer student we have some communities that are built in for you so make
sure, in this program they literally partner you if you decide to live on campus, with,
if you decide to live on campus they partner you with other transfer students so you go
through that process together. In this piece they literally make sure you are getting connected
to students, organizations and things that you want to to make sure you feel like you are part
of the actual community here at the University. It’s a huge benefit, especially if you are
an actual transfer student and want to be a part of the community and don’t feel like
you’re out on the island by living off campus, this is one of those huge ways. But also getting
connected to some of the organizations that are on campus, one of those being UNITE. That’s
a huge opportunity for you. And there they also offer peer connections,
so in their peer connection piece for the transfer students, they partner you with another transfer student
who is either a senior, or is about to graduate so that way they can talk to you about their
experience of transferring to the University, what were some of the things that they had
to overcome to help you through that process. That’s a huge benefit too, because that piece helps
out a lot because they went through the same thing that you’re going through. Great question, great question. So for those of you who do not know one of
the programs that I, or student relations offers on here is highlighted as UNITE. I
don’t know why I forgot how to get to the page. However, UNITE is pretty much, as I
mentioned before the advisor for that is actually Moises Padilla. He does all kinds of things
for leading that organization. I believe the actual president was standing outside of this
room like 10 seconds ago, I don’t know where she disappeared to, but she will be back at
some point. But she will talk to you about that opportunity and how to get connected
to what they’re doing here. And they typically host an honoring their graduates pow wow in
the Spring. That do that every single year which is pretty amazing. Along with partnering
with some other pow wows such as Winnebago pow wow. They do, they go out there and support
that. A lot of the students here at the University are from that group. What questions do you have for me? OFF CAMERA: If I lived in-state for two years
do I qualify for in-state? MR N: You want to [inaudible] in two years?
So if you graduate and come, well not even graduate, if you take classes and you’re looking
to transfer then you do qualify for that in-state tuition, which is gonna be that scholarship
that you seen on the board there. So we look at where you graduate from, not. And then
there’s also a piece of that, and I’m glad you mentioned that, so even if you’re from
out-of-state you still qualify for in-state tuition because we honor different tribes. So if you are affiliated with any of the tribes
that are listed on this actual website you still qualify for in-state tuition. So any
of these. There’s about 24 tribes listed here and if you are a part of any one of those
and you’re from out-of-state we still give you in-state tuition no matter what. Great
question, great question. OFF CAMERA: This Ponca Tribe scholarship,
that’s open for any tribe, not just Ponca? MR N: I’m not 100% sure of all the actual
final details on that piece, because we don’t house that out of admissions, it’s listed
on our web, on our actual guide. I don’t oversee that piece. I oversee Native and the transfer
one here, so I don’t know the criteria on that one per se. But I know that it’s an option
that students apply to. Maybe you guys have more clarifying details on the Ponca scholarship? OFF CAMERA: I think it’s specific. I know
that when I was in school I applied to my own tribe and they had their own funding that
I could apply for so you may want to check with your own tribe, they may have some funds.
It may be small but still it’s something that helps quite a bit. MR N: Great question. To keep you on schedule,
if there’s no more questions. Or are there any questions, you just don’t want to ask?
It’s okay to ask. There’s no wrong, no right or wrong answers, no wrong questions, no horrible
questions, anything. Yes. OFF CAMERA: Do people that come in on a transfer
scholarship, do they qualify for work study or other programs like that? MR N: In most cases they do, especially if
you fill out your FAFSA which is a free application for student aid. Once you fill that out that
pretty much lets us know what we can actually offer you and in some cases we can offer you
full work study, something like that. If not we can also off set that if you want to qualify
for some percentage or something like that. OFF CAMERA: Can you give some information
about the pell grant? And who qualifies, what’s the maximum money that you can make, what
you can get for that. MR N: Yep. So once you fill out the actual
free application with federal student aid, what’s also known as your FAFSA, they pretty
much give you your EFC so that’s your Expected Family Contribution, if that is 0 then you
qualify for pell grants. What pell grants are is free money that you do not have to
pay, but from the actual statement the max amount right now is 6500 that you’re actually
gonna see. So that is money that you do not have to pay back, given to you by the actual
state, and also lumped into that can also be work study as well. Again, work study is
when you actually have a job on campus where we’re paying you to either study or do some
type of work and actually get a pay check for that place. Does that make sense? OFF CAMERA: That would be on top of the tuition,
in-state tuition waver, the waver. If you had a Pell grant and the in-state transfer
you’d be, I won’t say set but you’d be pretty close to being set. MR N: Yeah, you’ll be good because the Pell
grant then would pretty much be a refund check you can use towards housing and stuff like
that. I think the best way for us to demonstrate this, and it does not use the tribal scholarship,
but we do have on our University page is, here this is talking about how much Nebraska
gives a piece. Essentially if we cover, so take out the tribal scholarship there, and
you put, federal grants, work study, that’s essentially work study and stuff like that. And if
you put in your FAFSA information, essentially we’ll be giving you a refund check that comes
from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. So that can go towards covering your housing
set up. Again, the information that’s listed here, this is for 1st year student, we don’t
have it for transfer but I wish we did. Now that I’m thinking about it we probably should
update that information. But I don’t oversee the transfer piece, that’s Jared, but I will
talk to him about getting that updated. Because if you come in with that, especially that
tribal scholarship, it will cover all tuition, you qualify for the Pell grant, work study,
you’ll be getting a refund check to help cover housing and pretty much, you’ll be set. OFF CAMERA: Paid to go to school. Plus assistance from your tribe. Has anyone actually looked into what their tribe can offer them to study
at a University? That’s a question. I know Santee will pay for college and stuff like
that. Becaue they told me that, so it’s worth looking into. I’d have to ask, are the Omaha higher ed,
what they all cover. I’m pretty sure almost every tribe tries to
contribute to their numbers, I’m almost 100% sure about that. MR N: Perfect, perfect, perfect. As I mentioned
look into all those opportunities. Like I said, if you have these white cards, please
fill ’em out. This allows me to make sure I follow up with you, make sure you find out
what we can do for you here. I want to give them a little bit of space to stay on track.
I know after coming back from lunch here you’re tired too, but that’s an important piece of
your life. That being said if you need anything else from me, please reach out. I will collect
those info cards from you and then I will reach out to you about our next step after. Thank

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