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Financial Aid Opportunities

Unrestricted Eligibility


Contingent on the fundraising results, the co-directors of CoLang hope to be able to offer limited financial aid to select individuals. Contact for further information or updates.

Restricted Elegability

Endangered Language Fund: Native Voices Endowment

The Endangered Language Fund offers funding for members of all forty tribes who were members of the Circle of Tribal Advisors of the Lewis and Clark Bicentennial (COTA) at the conclusion of the 2003-2006 bicentennial commemoration. View list of eligible tribes.

Carroll D. Clark  Fund (University of Kansas students only)

The Carroll D. Clark Fund offers funding to help anthropology students from the University of Kansas pay for the costs of student participation in national and international professional conferences. For more information, contact your departmental administrative assistant or secretary.

SIL (Members Only)

SIL members participating in the CoLang Institute should contact SIL International’s office regarding possible funding opportunities.

SIL International
7500 W. Camp Wisdom Road
Dallas TX 75236-5629,USA
Telephone: (972) 708-7400
FAX: (972) 708-7350

To learn how you can donate to CoLang 2012 and/or sponsor a participant, contact us at
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