- Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is the free application you need to fill out in order to process any financial aid request at the University of Maine.
- UMaine’s Office of Student Financial Aid is a valuable resource for all students wanting to attend UMO.
- FinAid provides financial aid information with a section specifically for minority students.
- Indian Health Service provides scholarships to American Indian/Alaskan Native (AI/AN) health professionals and undergraduate and graduate students.
- American Indian Science and Engineering (AISES) provides scholarships to American Indian students. You must become a member of the UMO AISES chapter to be eligible for the AISES scholarships. Join the UMO Chapter today by contacting the Wabanaki Center.
- The Career Center – Located at the University of Maine. The Career Center offers career counseling, job search services, resume assistance, and information on graduate schools and scholarships.
Native American Information
- Digital History – A site that contains detailed resources on Native American history and uses new technologies to enhance teaching and research.
- Indian Country – Up-to-date indigenous news from across the country.
- Indigenous Environmental Network – News about environmental struggles happening throughout Indian Country.
- Native American Rights Fund – Hundreds of resources from the National Indian Law Library as well as scholarship information.
- 500 Nations – Described as a Native American Super Site.
- Native Web – Resources for indigenous cultures around the world.
- Oyate – An educational resource site by a Native organization working to ensure accurate portrayal of Native lives and histories.
- PBS Resources for the Classroom – “Get Local” – time lines, lesson plans, and links to dozens of great history sites.
- Hudson Museum – information on events, exhibits, education, and more.
- Abbe Museum – Explore Maine Native American life and culture from the past to the present. A special section of the Wabanaki, school programs, teacher resources, and local links.
- Windows on Maine – Resources for teachers – sound files, maps, timelines, and more.
- LD 291 Information – locate Maine Indian Resources, link directly to Maine tribal websites, and other general Indian resources.
- Aroostook Band of Micmacs
- Houlton Band of Maliseet Indians
- Passamaquoddy Tribe of Indian Township
- Passamaquoddy Tribe at Pleasant Point
- Penobscot Indian Nation
- Four Directions Development Corporation – A non-profit community development corporation dedicated to the tribal communities of Maine.
- Maine Indian Basketmakers Alliance – A a non-profit Native American arts service organization focused on preserving and extending the art of basketmaking within Maine’s Native American community.
- Native American Studies at the University of Maine – Academic department that offers courses in Native Studies as well as administers a minor in Native American Studies at the University of Maine.