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November 15, 2011

Treasurer’s letter to Congress says amount appropriated for the 2012 fiscal year exceeds projected revenue

Several legislative items, including a budget to appropriate money for the 2012 higher education scholarships and the health benefit card, are at risk of not being considered because the Second Osage Nation Congress and Treasurer William Kemble are at odds over whether the Nation has an adequate amount of money to consider the appropriations in the Special Session.

April 19, 2011

Summer scholarship deadlines coming up

The Second Osage Nation Congress will be honoring Osage college students graduating this Spring who received help from the Osage Nation Higher Education Scholarship.

Graduating students who desire to receive a sash to wear at their graduating ceremonies and commendation from the Congress should contact the Congressional offices at (918) 287-5559 or email the Congress at llazelle@osagetribe.org. The Congress asks that all requestors send the accurate spelling of their name, name of degree achieved and mailing address.

January 30, 2011

The Osage Nation Education department could be getting an oversight board soon, something that might relieve some of the problems that have plagued the department

The Osage Nation Education department could be getting an oversight board soon, something that might relieve some of the problems that have plagued the department. In an Osage congressional education committee meeting Jan. 13 Congresswoman Alice Goodfox said that she will be revising her legislation that establishes the board. The legislation has been tabled since the 2010 Tzi-Zho session.

November 29, 2010

Beginning with the 2011 Spring Semester scholarship there will be no grade incentive; the amount of the total scholarship will be based on full-time enrollment and will not exceed $3,500 per student

Beginning with the 2011 Spring Semester scholarship there will be no grade incentive; the amount of the total scholarship will be based on full-time enrollment and will not exceed $3,500 per student. For less than full-time enrollment, the amount will be pro-rated.

DEADLINES:

December 31 - Pages 3-6 of the scholarship application

January 31 - Verification of enrollment form, financial aid form, and grades.