The Salt River Post-Secondary and Adult Education Program provides financial aid, scholarship and recruitment/retention services to over 400 student participants. Participants of the program must be officially enrolled tribal members of the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community. The program serves vocational, undergraduate and graduate college/university students as they pursue their educational goals by providing academic/career advising. Program participants are enrolled in several different post-secondary education settings including vocational schools, community colleges, and private and public state institutions.
Program Advisors work with program participants to evaluate transcripts, select institutions, assist with completing scholarship application packets and Federal financial aid, and assist students with progressing toward completion of their program. The Program provides resources, guidance and advisement as Community Members make life choices to achieve their educational goals.
The Education Department offers many opportunities for adults seeking to enhance and further their education through scholarship awards, G.E.D preparation and testing, and a rich offering of vocational education training programs. We invite you to explore and learn about our programs by clicking on the links below.
Important Dates to Remember
November 30, 2012
- Spring 2013 Semester Deadline
31, 2012 - Vocational Schools
Deadline. (Start dates in
November, December or
Click on forms to download required SRPMIC Scholarship Application Document.