Higher Education Department
The Apache Tribe of Oklahoma’s Higher Education Program encourages Indian Students to continue their education and training beyond high school for the purposes of developing leadership and increasing employment opportunities in professional fields.
The Apache Tribe of Oklahoma’s Higher Education Program grant funds help out with undergraduate full time student (carrying 12 credit hours) and part time students (carrying 6 credit hours). Graduate students are usually funded with tribal funds.
Deadline dates: June 1st for Fall Term; November 1st for Spring Term; and April 1st for Summer Term (only applies to Juniors and Seniors).
Adult Education Program
The Adult Education Program is to provide assistance for eligible adult Tribal Members who live in the jurisdiction of the Apache Tribe of Oklahoma who lack sufficient mastery of basic education skills to enable them to function effectively in society or do not have a certificate of graduation from a school providing secondary education and have not achieved a GED that want to further their education, for the purpose of developing leadership and/or increasing employment opportunities in professional and vocational fields.
Also, to provide Indian Adults with sufficient basic education to enable them to benefit from job training and retraining programs and to obtain and retain productive employment so that they might more fully
enjoy the benefits thereof.
Meet the Staff:
Education Specialist: Sharon Horse
Contact the Apache Tribe Higher Education/Anadarko Adult Education Center:
Phone: (405) 247-2839
Fax: (405) 247-7359