The Deadline for Spring Semester 2022 is set for November 1, 2021; students will need to submit their application on or before the due date along with required documentation.
*** Current students do not need to reapply ; however, they must submit their grades or transcripts to continue their eligibility for the program.
For any questions or concerns, please contact the Kiowa Higher Education Office.
Submit applications to email: firstname.lastname@example.org; or fax to (405) 648-7078.
Important Note: Under the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA), the Kiowa Higher Education Program is only allowed to discuss student information and application status with the student applying for assistance only.
Fall - July 1st
Spring - November 1st
Summer - April 1st
Filling out the FAFSA can be really stressful especially when you have no idea what you are doing. Trust me I've been there. In this video, I go over everything you need to know to fill out the FAFSA.
In the 4th video of College Explained, I go over how scholarships work; and, I give you tips on how to write scholarship essays.
In episode 6 of College Explained, I cover the all importance of Community College! How can I do a series about getting into college without covering community colleges!!!!! I discuss what they are, what they offer, positives and negatives of choosing a community college
On the 9th episode of college explained I go over the 3 main Military Educational benefits available to service members. I go over the criteria for each of the benefit plans and what they actually cover. Each service does offer different forms of educational benefits like scholarships and grants. These are the main educational programs offered at all service members.
We provide financial assistance to eligible Kiowa Tribal members who desire a degree in higher education, who want to develop leadership, and increasing employment in professional and vocational fields.
We assist and provide supportive services to eligible Kiowa students who plan to go to a college or university. We assist students in utilizing campus services. The KHEGP program will provide recruitment counseling, information, and dissemination information; and apply direct payment plan to the Education Institution on the students behalf.
The Adult Vocational Training (AVT) program is designed to provide assistance to eligible Kiowa Tribal Members who are interested in enrolling, or who are already enrolled in a vocational or technical school, Including Platt College. The financial assistance provided will be used to cover tuition, books, and fees. AVT students may be eligible for a bi-weekly subsistence allowance to aid in their living expenses while they attend school. To be considered for assistance, applicants must submit the application and all required documents to the Job Placement and Training Program (JPT).
DEA is designed to provide assistance to eligible Kiowa Tribal members who obtain new, permanent and full-time employment. The financial assistance provided will be used to assist with transportation, supplies, equipment, uniforms, and meal allowances in the form of a one-time payment before starting a new job. To be considered for DEA assistance, applicants must submit the application and all required documents to the Job Placement and Training Program before client receives their first full paycheck.
Kiowa HIgher Education
(L to R:) Bethany Washburn, Deanie Lucero, Denise Horse, & Warren Queton