1. The applicant
must have a sincere interest in studying the law and using a legal
education to benefit Native American people. (It is not necessary
that the applicant be enrolled in law school, but if attending
undergraduate school he or she must intend ultimately to attend
2. The applicant
must be an enrolled member of a federally recognized Michigan or
3. The applicant
must have the academic potential to succeed in school, as evidenced
by past academic success or admission to an accredited law school.
4. Applicants with
the greatest financial need will be given preference.
5. The applicant
must be willing to provide an annual report to the Foundation on
the progress of his or her studies for each academic year in which
a grant is received.