Creation and Purpose: The Colville Tribal Education Assistance Program (CTEAP) was created by resolution #1977-358 of the Tribal Council for the purpose of assisting enrolled members of the Colville tribes who wish to pursue further education in institutions of higher learning, business and commercial schools, vocational / technical institutions, and technological schools. The Education Assistance Program is intended to assist students enrolled either on campus or enrolled in extension courses, as well as regionally and/or nationally accredited institutions. Graduate and Senior level students are considered priority funding.
Higher Education is contracted from the Bureau of Indian Affairs with federal monies. Enrolled Colville Tribal members are eligible for supplemental grants in post secondary liberal arts program attending a two or four-year college or university. Must reflect financial need.
Fall term - August 1st
Winter term- December 1st
Spring term- February 1st
Summer term- May 1st
CTEAP-HE Brochure PDF
2017-18 Online Application Here
2018-19 Online Application- available may 1, 2018
click the application link above, new students click "sign up" in the top right of the webpage, use your email and set a password. You should receive a confirmation email in a moment -- go there, click the link, and you'll be into the system. (Be sure to check your junk mailbox if you do not see the link in your inbox). For returning students, click "sign in" and use your current sign in information. If you do not remember your password, please click 'trouble signing in' to recover your password. Now you’re ready to apply. Please contact Brandy Katich at 509-634-2776 if you have any questions or concerns.
Students must complete a FAFSA application with the college