Higher Education

Mission Statement

The Tulalip Tribes offers funding and supportive services to eligible tribal members to meet their educational goals.

The major goal of Tulalip Tribes Higher Education is to encourage education and career development of tribal members through post-secondary scholarships and vocational/technical training.

Tulalip Tribes Higher Education

Student Funding Information

Required Higher Education documents:

Copy of Tribal ID
Copy of high school diploma or GED
(Please call or email Higher ED for the complete Higher Education Policy.)


Everett Community College GED Testing – If you would like to pre-register for GED classes, please call 360-716-4888. Please use this link for the testing center hours.


2020-21 Education Resource Handbook – This book contains high school programs and scholarships, undergraduate and graduate scholarships with information on federal and state grants. Call us at 360-716-4888 or email us at highered@tulaliptribes-nsn.gov to receive your copy.

Washington State Colleges and Universities

Helpful Tips and Forms

Almost everyone at some point in time will be asked to provide a reference letter. This sample letter is a suggestion that maybe helpful when you find an individual to write a reference letter for you.

Education Resources Handbook 2021-2022

  • Tips on choosing the right school, course of study and financial planning
  • Scholarships for high school, college undergraduate
  • Financial Aid & Beyond
  • Internship Opportunities
  • Graduate Scholarships & Fellowships
  • Nuts & Bolts of Graduate School
  • Sample Reference Letter & Tips
  • Call us at 360-716-4888 or email us at
    highered@tulaliptribes-nsn.gov to receive your copy.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • We have a funding matrix we go by for colleges.
  • Being processed, we will call you when we receive it.
  • Please send us a copy of the invoice so we can process the payment.

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