SPECIAL NOTICE:

Please be aware that as schools and colleges issue refunds for room and board, and in some cases, tuition, those funds are to be returned to the Poarch Band of Creek Indians Education Department. If a check is issued in your name, please sign the check and mail it to the attention of the Poarch Creek Indians Education Department, 5811 Jack Springs Road, Atmore, Alabama 36502. These funds will be credited back to your account for future use. Failure to return these funds to the Tribe can result in prosecution and forfeiture of future tuition payments.

McGhee-Tullis Tuition Assistance Program – FOR TRIBAL MEMBERS

Provides tuition assistance for Tribal Members ages 4 and older who are enrolled in an accredited private school, homeschool (under the auspices of a recognized umbrella organization), college, vocational/technical school, or certificate program. The program also assists Tribal Members ages 3-21 who have special needs and are enrolled in an accredited education institution. This program also repays student loans for Tribal Members that have graduated. For more information contact Shelia Fisher.

McGhee-Tullis Tuition Assistance Program Policy
Tribal Member PreK-12th Grade Application and Policy
Tribal Member College Application and Policy
Tribal Member Student Loan Repayment Application and Policy

First Generation Tuition Assistance Program – FOR FIRST GENERATION

Provides tuition assistance for First Generation (Children of Tribal Members) ages 16 and older who are enrolled in an accredited college, vocational/technical school, or certificate program. This program also repays student loans for First Generation students under the age of 27 who have graduated. For more information contact Monica Johnson.

First Generation College Application and Policy
First Generation Student Loan Repayment Application and Policy
First Generation Computer Reimbursement Form (For College Students Only)

Education Success Story

Are you interested in participating in the Education Success Story Series? These articles feature Tribal Member and First Generation students who have completed their educational journey with the aid of the McGhee-Tullis Tuition Assistance Program or the First Generation Tuition Assistance Program.

Education Success Story Interview