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Scholarship Information
American Indian Arts Council
Scholarships are awarded during the Spring and Fall Semesters. Awards range from $250 to $1000. Scholarships are based on academic performance and/or financial need.
Massachusetts Indian Association
A grant from the Massachusetts Indian Association currently has a maximum of $750 annually (12 month period) for full time undergraduate students and $1500 annually for graduate students.
The Ethel and Emery Fast Scholarship
Provides financial assistance to qualified American Indians enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate program at a post secondary educational institution.
Frances Crawford Marvin American Indian Scholarship
This scholarship is awarded once a year to one student. A candidate for this scholarship must be enrolled full time at a 2- or 4- year college or university.
Event Scheduling Forms
Jack Barden Center Event Scheduling Request
This link goes to a form allowing you to submit a request to schedule a meeting or other event at UTTC's Jack Barden Student Life and Technology Center.
Building 61 Conference Room Scheduling Request
Click here to access the request form. The Building 61 Conference Room can seat 20 people, and has Internet connectivity available.
NCA Resource Room Scheduling Request
Click here to access the request form. The NCA Resource Room can seat 12 people, and has Internet connectivity available.
Wellness Center Multi-Purpose Room Event Scheduling Request
Please click here to access the Wellness Center Multi-Purpose Room Event Scheduling Request form.
Wellness Center Healing Room Scheduling Request
Please click here to access the Wellness Center Healing Room Scheduling Request form.
Wellness Center Conference Rooms Event Scheduling Request
Please click here to access the Wellness Center Conference Rooms Event Scheduling Request form.
Russell Hawkins Conference Room - Building 1
Please click here to access the Russell Hawkins Conference Room Event Scheduling Request form.
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The general safety and welfare of students, staff, faculty and visitors is the top priority of United Tribes Technical College (UTTC). During an actual emergency UTTC will be able to contact students, employees, and parents.

The ENS is designed to send emergency messages to enrolled campus members (students, staff, faculty & parents with children enrolled in TJES) via cellular (text) messages, telephone and/or e-mail, along with the current campus computer pop-ups & phone calls, when circumstances dictate. In the event of an actual emergency you will receive a message that briefly explains what has happened; at that time go to http://www.uttc.edu for updates & more information of what to do.

With our ENS system, to ensure it is operating properly & that the message is getting out, we test it on a monthly basis; the last Friday of every month. For whatever mode(s) of communication that you register for you will receive these test messages, all other messages will be emergency notifications.