"The focus on programs geared to minority groups, the listings of funding opportunities for individuals, and the bringing together of many program types from both public and private sources make this a unique and valuable resource. Highly recommended.”
"Check out this great informational book: Financial Aid for Native Americans."
Lone Pine Paiute-Shoshone Reservation
Chosen as one of the "Essential Titles for the College Bound" by Miami-Dade Public Library System.
Miami-Date Public Library System
“Most Native American struggle to find the financial support necessary to pursue their dreams for the education that is not only essential for individual growth and development but also for the self-determination and perhaps even survival of their nation and cultures. Many opportunities for financial aid are either unknown or seem inaccessible. This reference book provides urgently needed and practical help in a convenient and sensible format…Althogh a financial aid reference is not a book that is usually read cover-to-cover, this one would be extraordinarily useful to browse extensively in order to understand the variety and scope of opportunities available. Clear directions are given as to how to use the directory. This resource is absolutely essential…”
American Reference Books Annual
Listed as one of its "Bestselling Titles" by AllBookstores.com.
"Continues the tradition Schlachter and Weber have established of providing accurate, comprehensive financial aid information in an easy-to-use well-arranged format."
Reference Books Bulletin
"A must for every organization serving minorities."
The Grantsmanship Center
In selecting Financial Aid for Native Americans for inclusion in the latest edition of Reference Sources for Small and Medium-Sized Libraries (a highly-acclaimed list published by the American Library Assocaition that, for the past 40 years, has provided "bibliographic information and evaluative annotations for the most convenient and productive reference sources"), the reviewer called this directory from Reference Service Press one of the "absolute best guides for finding funding for specialized populations" and, because of that, strongly "recommended [the title] for public and academic libraries of all sizes."
Reference Sources for Small and Medium-Sized Libraries
This "landmark resource" was selected as Reference Books Bulletin's "Editor's Choice."
RBB's Editor's Choice
The directory "is definitely designed to ease what can be a very stressful process. The author seems determined to make the directory as useful as possible...As long as a prospective student or his/her advisor is motivated, the author will not allow financial need to block a student's advanced education."
Named an "Essential Publication" by Mount Holyoke College's Career Development Center.
"Essential Publications," Career Development Center, Mount Holyoke College
Financial Aid for Native Americans is listed as a "Recommended Resource" by Ventures Scholars, a program which identifies high schieving underrrepresented and first-generation college-bound students interested in pursuing math and science-based careers.
Ventures Scholars Program
"Describes 1400 funding opportunities open to American Indians, Native Alaskans, and Native Pacific Islanders. Especially useful!"
Kansas State University's CATnet
"Recommended" by AllAboutGradSchool.com!
Financial Aid for Native Americans has been selected for inclusion in the 12th edition of Guide to Reference (the landmark guide that identifies "the best available reference sources") because of the usefulness, breadth of scope, and quality of information this RSP directory offers to "American Indians, Native Alaskans, Native Pacific islanders, and Native Americans in general."
Guide to Reference, 12th Edition
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