2011 Scholarships by wuzhengqin



   Scholarship            Institution    Deadline
 AAA Travel High                           1/17
 School Challenge

 Abbott and Fenner                         6/15

 Academic All State       Oklahoma         12/2
                        Foundation for
  AES Engineers                            10/7

  AMDA National                            2/1

American Society of                        1/6
Military Comptrollers

 AXA Achievement                           2/1

  Ayn Rand’s “The                          4/25
Fountainhead” Essay
   Bacone Tribal    Bacone College         4/15
   Leaders Award
 Bacone Academic Bacone College
Program Scholarship

 Bacone American        Bacone College
Indian Scholarships

  Bacone Athletic     Bacone College
 Bacone Christian     Bacone College
Ministry Scholarships

Bacone Presidential Bacone College

  Bacone Scholars    Bacone College
  Bacone Success     Bacone College
   Bert & Agnes                            4/1
Best Buy Scholarship                       2/15

Big Sun Scholarship                        6/22

Burger King Scholars                         12/15

  CASC Academic        Carl Albert State     2/15
   Scholarships             College
  CASC Scholars        Carl Albert State     2/15

Catching the Dream                         November
    Scholarship                            thru April

  Chancellor Hans      Oklahoma State        12/1
 Brisch Scholarship       Regents for
                       Higher Education

    Coca Cola                                10/31
  Commitment to                              2/15
Scholarship Program
  CSC Academic          Connors State         2/1
   Achievement            College
  CSC ACT 24–26         Connors State         2/1
    Scholarship           College
CSC ACT Enhanced        Connors State         2/1
     ACT 27+              College
 CSC Departmental       Connors State         2/1
   Scholarships           College

CSC Former Student      Connors State         4/1
   Association            College

 CSC Leadership         Connors State         2/1
   Scholarship            College
 CSC Presidential                            2/15
 Leadership Class

 CSC Salutatorian       Connors State         2/1
   Scholarship            College
 CSC Service Area       Connors State         2/1
   Scholarship            College
 CSC Special Area       Connors State         2/1
   Scholarship            College
 CSC Valedictorian      Connors State         2/1
   Scholarship            College

 Danforth Scholars     Washington           1/15
     Program          University - St.

 Discover Colleges

    Educational                             2/24
EOSC Development       Eastern              3/15
    Foundation     Oklahoma State
    Scholarship        College
 EOSC Presidential     Eastern               3/1
    Leadership     Oklahoma State
    Scholarship        College

EOSC Presidential         Eastern            3/1
  Scholarships        Oklahoma State

EOSC Scholarships     Eastern                3/1
 and Departmental Oklahoma State
   Scholarships       College

 ESA Foundation                          12/15 or 2/1

Eugene McDermott       University of        12/1
Scholars Program      Texas - Dallas

Fleming Scholarship                          2/1

 Gates Millennium                           1/13

  Gaylord College                            2/6

     GPACAC                                 2/15

   Horatio Alger                            10/31

 John W & Mary D         Oklahoma            3/2
 Nichols Oklahoma         Heritage
Heritage Scholarship     Association

Johnson Scholarship    Washingrton &        12/15
                       Lee University,
                       Lexington, VA

   KFC Colonel's       Kentucky Fried     12/1/2011
     Scholars             Chicken           to 2/8

    McKelvey                                1/25
Medical Humanities      University of        1/2
Scholars Program         Oklahoma

NASSP/Herff Jones                           12/2
Principal Leadership
   National Ready                           11/11
  Mixed Concrete
Association School
   Essay Contest

 NSU Academic           Northeastern         2/1
    Scholars           State University
NSU Baccalaureate       Northeastern         2/1
    Scholars           State University

  NSU Collegiate        Northeastern        3/1
     Scholar           State University
 NSU Foundation         Northeastern        3/1
   Scholarships        State University
  NSU Freshman          Northeastern        3/1
     Scholar           State University
  NSU Green and         Northeastern        3/1
  White Scholars       State University
 NSU President’s        Northeastern        2/1
 Leadership Class      State University
NSU RISE Scholars       Northeastern        2/1
                       State University

  NSU University    Northeastern            3/1
     Scholar       State University
 NSU Valedictorian  Northeastern            3/1
     Scholar       State University
 OASIS Oklahoma                            3/10
Member of Congress

    Oklahoma                               1/30

 Oklahoma Heritage       Oklahoma           3/3
     Scholarship          Heritage
    Competition          Association
  Oklahoma Junior                          12/31
International Senate
  Club Scholarship
Oklahoma Society of                        12/31
   Land Surveyors

  Oklahoma State       Oklahoma State       2/1
     University           University
   Opportunity         Bacone College

OSU Art Department Oklahoma State        2/20
  Scholarships        University

   OSU Cowboy         Oklahoma State
     Covenant            University
   OSU NAFSA          Oklahoma State     9/16
     Freshman            University

 OU Club of Tulsa      University of     3/15
   Scholarship          Oklahoma

  OU Freshman          University of      2/1
   Scholarship          Oklahoma

   OU School of        University of      2/1
   Geology and          Oklahoma

    Outstanding                          10/15
Students of America

Passion for Fashion     Art Institute    11/21

PFLAG Scholarship                        2/14

    Program of                            3/1
Excellence School of
Chemical, Biological
   and Materials

 Prudential Spirit of                    10/31
 Community Award
 Reconnecting the                        1/21
 Circle Scholarship
    RSU Honors          Rogers State      2/1
    Scholarship          University

 RSU President's        Rogers State      2/1
 Leadership Class        University
Salute to Education                       5/5
   Sam Walton                            1/14

Scholar-Athlete Milk                      3/3
 Mustache of the
   Year Award
 Sooner Promise         University of     3/1

  TCC Leadership          Tulsa           4/3
    Scholarship         Community
TCC Provost Scholar       Tulsa          4/17

 TCC Scholarship          Tulsa           4/3
TCC State Regents         Tulsa           4/3
  Tuition Waiver        Community
 Toyota Community                        12/2

 Truman D.Picard                       3/31

  USAO Music        University of      2/18
   Scholarship    Science & Arts of
    Auditions        Oklahoma
USAO Scholarships   University of      2/10
                  Science & Arts of
  Wendy's High                         10/2
 School Heisman

Information and Criteria for Award
High School students age 13 and up have an opportunity to win up to $25,000 in scholarship awards and an
expense-paid trip to Universal orlando. The challenge begins with an online quiz from Jan. 9-17. Click on
http://www.aaa.com/TravelChallenge to register and complete. The top five scores in each state will then take
a 40 question proctored, written exam in March. The top scorer will advance to the national contest in May at
Universal Orlando in Orlando, Florida. Over $100,000 will be awarded.
Abbott & Fenner Business Consultants will be awarding up to $1,000 to the winner(s) each year. Students will
submit an essay on the topic that appears on the scholarship page of our web site: http://www.abbottand
fenner.com/scholarships.htm Full details are available on our site.
Honors 100 public high school seniors with a $1,000 scholarship. To be eligible, students must have a 30
ACT score, or be a National Merit Finalist or Semi-Finalist and nominated by their superintendent or principal.

Students will submit an essay on one of the two topics that appear on the scholarship page of the web site:
http://www.aesengineers.com/scholarships.htm Online applications are at www.horatioalger.com/scholarships

Applications for The American Musical and Dramatic Academy with locations in New York and Los Angeles
are available by calling the New York office at 800-367-7908 or the Los Angeles office at 866-374-5300

The ASMC is a professional financial organization located at Tinker Air Force Base in Oklahoma. Each year
our chapter awards two $500 scholarships to deserving high school seniors in Oklahoma pursuing degrees in
the fields of finance or resource management.Scholarship range from $1,000 to $3,000. For information go to
www.asmcsequoyah.org or call 405-225-9190.
To qualify, you must demonstrate ambition, drive, determination to set and reach goals, respect for self, family
and community and the ability to succeed in college. Up to 375 winners nationwide. Scholarships up to
$2,000. To learn more, go to www.axa-achievement.com
Juniors and seniors may compete for over $57,000 in prize money, 472 prizes awarded. Read "The
Fountainhead" by Ayn Rand and write a 800 - 1600 word essay over your choice of three topics. Apply online
at www.aynrand.org/contest
100% tuition will be paid for one Native American student who will be a full-time residential student at Bacone
College. If interested, contact your school counselor.
100% of tuition - Art, Education, Criminal Justice, Journalism, Principal's Award, and Tribal Leader's Award.
Residency required.

35% of tuition for non-resident students participating in: American Indian Art Club, American Indian Crafts
Club, American Indian Dance Club, American Indian Language Club, American Indian Stickball Club, or
American Indian Storytelling Club
37% of tuition, or tuition, room and board. Offered for all sports and available for students involved in Strength
and Conditioning Training, Athletic Training, or Sports Information.
35% tuition, room and board for students participating in the Praise Team, Gospel Choir, Christian Ministry
Club and Worship Arts.

75% of tuition for up to four years of attendance. A merit-based scholarship for first-time freshmen

100% of tuition for up to four years of attendance. A merit-based scholarship for first-time freshmen.

25% of tuition for non-resident students

Applicant must be a member of the Church of Christ. Award is $400 per year. Get application from Jack
Pugh, Route 3, Box 15, Checotah, OK (918) 473-6528

Graduating senior who's been dedicated to helping your community. Looking for good grades and outstanding
community service. To apply, visit www.bestbuy.com/scholarships.
$500 scholarship to help young athletes succeed in their academic pursuits. All student athletes are eligible
for this award, regardless of which sport they participate in. Please visit out website at
http://bigsunathletics.com to learn how to apply.

Win a $50,000, $25,000 or $1,000 scholarship. High School Seniors, Burger King employees and children of
Burger King employees are eligible to apply Visit
http://www.haveityourwayfoundation.org/bksp_scholarship_eligibility.html Application period is Nov. 15 - Jan.
ACT 28 or above (and 3.5 GPA)

Carl Albert State College's Scholars Program will pay for room, tuition (up to 16 hours per semester) and $350
toward meal costs. Students must exhibit leadership skills/activity involvement, have a 3.5 GPA, an ACT
score of 22 or higher with all sub-scores 19 or higher. Books are included with a 28 ACT composite.

College-bound Native American students can apply for a scholarship from Catching the Dream. For the past
four years, we have not had enough applicants! A very high percentage of students who apply to us win the
scholarship. Go to www.catchingthedream.org to apply.
A one-time award of $2,000 will be awarded in April for this prestigious scholarship. The student must be
nominated by your school principal and have demonstrated a commitment to the enhancement of the
community or school. Evidence of this commitment might be found in the initiation of a program or project in
the school or community which resulted in an improvement of the learning environment or the social
betterment of the community. The nominee should demonstrate high academic achievement and have a
proven record of leadership success. Also, the nominee must plan to attend an Oklahoma public college or
university next fall in order to qualify for the award. See counselor if interested.
High School Senior with outstanding leadership, scholarship & citizenship. Apply online at www.coca-
One hundred $1,500 college scholarships available in 2006 for farm youths pursuing careers in agricultural.
Information and application available at www.monsanto.com and/or www.nafb.com

Up to $600 per year resident tuition waiver for students with an ACT composite of 20 and a 3.0 GPA.
Applications in counselor’s office

Up to $800 per year 2 year resident waiver for students with an ACT composite of 24 – 26. Renewable with a
3.0 GPA per semester. Applications in counselor’s office
Full Tuition Waiver varies up to full scholarship including state and/or university cash & tuition waiver awards.
Students must have an ACT composite of 27 or above. Renewable with a 3.0 GPA. Applications in
counselor’s office year for one year resident. Must have exceptional talent and/or ability in chosen field of
Up to full tuition per
study or activity. Total award is set by the department.

Applicant must be a first time freshman and have a family member who attended CSC Must submit a one
page essay with application. Priority given to students who are not eligible for other financial aid,

Up to $600 per year 2 year resident waiver for students with an ACT composite of 20 and a 3.0 GPA.
Renewable with a 3.0 GPA per semester. Applications in counselor’s office
Full tuition waiver including state and/or college assistance and tuition waiver awards. ACT of 24 and HS
GPA of 3.2. Demonstrates talent and achievement in academics, citizenship and leadership. Applicant with
any ACT subscore of less than 19 are ineligible. Completed Regents’ application and PLC portfolio required.
Contact CSC Former Student Assoc. at 918.463.2931 extension 6302 for application.

Up to $800 per year for the Salutatorian of the graduating class. Renewable with a 3.0 GPA per semester.
Applications in counselor’s office
Up to $400 per year two year resident waiver for first time freshman with a high school GPA of 2.0.
Applications in counselor’s office
Up to $1,000 per year two year resident waiver for award winners from local contest or event that is approved
by CSC administration. Deadline is 30 days preceding award letter if after Feb. 1
Full Tuition 2 years resident waiver for the valedictorian of the graduating class. Renewable with a 3.0 GPA
per semester. Applications in counselor’s office.

After a student has been nominated by their high school, the committee will notify the student and provide
application materials. To be considered for a scholarship, the student must return the application essay and
transcript to the committee by the deadline. Student must also submit the application for undergraduate
admission to Washington University, including essay, recommendations and the SAT I or ACT scores by
January 15. Students whose primary language is not English must submit TOEFL scores by the deadline.

Free private college information service offers $2,500 scholarship drawing for students who log onto
www.discovercolleges.com to request information. After logging on, student will auromatically be entered for
scholarship drawing.

Sixty-one awards ranging from $1,000 - 6,000 each. Students must be legal residents of the U.S.,
demonstrate ability, activities and financial need. Applications in the counselor’s office

Eastern Oklahoma State College Development Foundation Scholarship Application form must be completed
and accompanied by a transcript and a copy of your CDIB card (if applicable).

Eastern Oklahoma State College scholarship applicants must submit the following: Scholarship application,
official high school transcript, ACT or SAT scores, and a resume listing awards, honors, etc. (2 page limit). If
you have at least a 3.6 - 4.0 GPA and/or at least a 23 ACT and in the top 10% with activity involvement
(activities must be listed on the back of the scholarship application), you may be considered for a Presidential
Leadership Scholarship ($4,000, full room, and 1/2 board). Applications in counselor's office or email:
Eastern Oklahoma State College scholarship applicants must submit the following: Scholarship application,
official high school transcript, ACT or SAT scores, and a resume listing awards, honors, etc. (2 page limit). If
you have at least a 3.0 - 4.0 GPA, you will automatically be considered for a Presidential Scholarship ($1,000
to $1,800). Applications in counselor's office or email: scholarship@eosc.edu

Eastern Oklahoma State College scholarship applicants must submit the following: Scholarship application,
official high school transcript, ACT or SAT scores, and a resume listing awards, honors, etc. (2 page limit). If
you would like to apply for a departmental scholarship, please check on the the Departmental Scholarship line
on the front of the application. Applications in counselor's office or email: scholarship@eosc.edu

For additional information about the available scholarships and criteria for these scholarships and the student
application please visit our online site: www.epsilonsigmaalpha.org and click on ESA Foundation.
Applications need to be mailed to Ramona, Paine, ESAF Counselor, 604 W. Wheat Capital Road, Enid, OK
73701. Contact Ramona.paine@gmail.com for more information.
The Eugene McDermott Scholars Program is accepting applications for Fall awards. Deadline for application
materials is Dec. 1. For more information, and to apply online, visit our website:
Sir Alexander Fleming Scholars must be in Oklahoma at the time of high school graduation, at least 16 years
of age, classified as a high school senior, college freshman, sophomore or junior at the time of application, be
a citizen or permanent resident of the U.S. or have unrestricted employment authorization in accordance with
applicable Immigration and Naturalization Service regulations and willing to commit to the program's eight
week time frame, which begins the first Sunday following memorial day. Scholars are selected based on
academic standing and aptitude in science and math,recomendations from teachers, principals and
counselors and essays written as part of the scholarship Program. Fleming scholars will be working as a
scholar and scientific aide at the Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation in Oklahoma City. Applicants can
obtain an application at http://www.omrf.org/fleming

Awarded to minority students who will be a full-time freshman in the fall following high school graduation, will
graduate from an accredited high school with a 3.3 GPA, meet the federal Pell Grant eligibility criteria, and
demonstrate leadership abilities through participating in community service, extracurricular, or other activities.
Apply online at www.gmsp.org or www.aige.com

For high school seniors who are interested in journalism, electronic media, advertising, public relations and
professional writing who would like to study at the University of Oklahoma. Each applying student must (1)
complete the application form, (2) provide two letters of recommendation, and (3) a copy of the official high
school seven-semester transcript, and (4) an essay describing personal goals. The student must write the
essay. Awards are up to $5,000 for four years and several are awarded each year in different media areas.
Deadline of February 6 is when applications must be in the office. The Awards Committee will begin
revue of applications on February 2.
Great Plains Association for College Admission Counseling is offering three $1,000 scholarships for students
graduating in May or June. Students must complete the application found at www.gpacac.net and attach a
personal essay. Essays will be reviewed for content, grammar and creativity. Primary basis for selection will
be the essay; however, students must have their highest ACT score ranging between 22 and 28. The
academic section will be used as auxiliary information. Winners are notified in late April if they are selected.

Provides financial assistance to students throughout the nation who have financial need and have exhibited
integrity and perseverance in overcoming personal adversity. Students must be a full-time student the fall
semester following their high school graduationand commit to pursuing a bachelor's degree. Awards range
from $1,000 - $20,000. Students must mail one letter of support from an adult who understands your adversity
and can describe the unique circumstances in your life. This form and the certifications page (signed by the
applicant, parent/guardian, and high school principal) may be downloaded from:
$10,000 will be awarded to one high school senior annually. The Nichols nomination form is available on our
website at www.oklahomaheritage.com

To be considered, students should apply for admission to W & L by December 15 and complete a separate
Johnson Scholarship application consisting of one additional essay. 200 finalists will be selected on the basis
of academic achievement and demonstrated leadership. The will be judged on the potential to contribute to
the intellectual and civic life of the W & L campus and to the world at large in years to come. For applications
and other information, go to www.admissions.wlu.edu/Johnson_scholars

Seniors with financial need an an entrepreneurial spirit may be awarded up to $20,000 for tuition, fees,
textbooks, room and board. To qualify, graduating high school seniors must: 1) Earn a minimum 2.75 GPA;
2) Enroll in a public college or university within their state of legal residence; 3) Plan to pursue a bachelor's
degree; 4) Be a U.S. citizen or permanent resident; 5) Demonstrate financial need. Accepting online
applications from Dec. 1 to February 8 at www.kfcscholars.org. For question, visit the website or call toll-free 1-
Up to $10,000 per academic year for 4 years to any U.S. college of university. Not based on academic
achievement or financial need, award are based solely on demonstration of entrepreneurial spirit. Apply online
at mckelveyfoundation.org and click on the Entrepreneurial Scholarship section.

You must complete three applications to be considered for this program: 1. OU Application web site address:
https://ssb.ou.edu/pls/PROD/bwskalog.P_DispLoginNon; 2. OU Honors College web site address:
http://www.ou.edu/honors/curriculum/honappform.htm; and 3. OU Medical Humanities web site address:
http://www.ou.edu/honots/MedicalHumanities/ Four copies of your MHSP application (mailed in one envelop)
should be received by mail no later than January 2. Advantage is early consideration for admission to OU
College of Medicine.
Principals may only nominate one student to compete for scholarships ranging from $1,000 to $12,000 to be
awarded to 100 outstanding seniors. For information, go to: http://www.nassp.org/tabid/2538/default.aspx and
see your principal.
State winner will receive $500 and be eligible to be flown (expenses paid) along with a parent, to NRMCA’s
convention in Las Vegas in March to receive their award. Entry form must be completed and a 600 word
essay demonstrating student’s awareness of concrete’s role as a building material in homes, commercial
building, streets and highways, must be typed and double spaced. Entry form in counselor’s office.

For students wishing to attend NSU with an ACT score of 30 or higher, a 3.8 GPA, and the top 4% of their HS
class. Complete the Honors Application in NSU Application Packet. Award Amount: $8,348
$9,348 per year for 4 years for students having an ACT score of 30 or higher and a high school GPA of 3.5 or
above. Complete the Honors Application in NSU Application Packet. Award Amount: $9,348

$3,270 for 4 years for students with a score of 26 on their ACT and a 3.5 GPA. Complete the Freshman
Scholarship application form in the NSU Application Packet.
Contact the NSU Alumni and Foundation office (918- 456-5511 extension 4200) for applications.

Up to $1,780 for one year for students scoring 20 – 21 on the ACT and have a 3.25 GPA. Complete the
Freshman Scholarship Application in NSU Application Packet
Students with ACT between 22 - 25, a 3.25 GPA may earn up to $2,620 for 2 years. Complete the Freshman
Scholarship application form in the NSU application packet.
$5,895 per year for 4 year award is for students wishing to attend NSU and participate in its President’s
Leadership Class. Scholarship forms are in the NSU Application Packet in counselor’s office.

Students must have 20 or higher ACT, a minimum of a 3.0 GPA to compete for this 2 year scholarship. Award
Amount: $4,572

$3,270 for two years for students with an ACT score of 26 or higher and a 3.0 – 3.49 GPA. Complete the
Freshman Scholarship Application in NSU Application Packet
Up to $2,800 per year forfour years for students with at least a 20 ACT and class rank of 1. Complete the
Freshman Scholarship Application in NSU Application Packet
GHS may nominate one student to compete for the Congressional district's $1,000 scholarship. Nominee
must: A) Be an eligible impact aid graduating senior. B) Be attending an Oklahoma institute for higher
learning next year. C) Be willing to timely submit an application and write and submit a mini essay entitled "If I
Were President of the United States, I Would..." ad part of the application. The mini essay shall be double
spaced, not longer than two pages and typed with a number 12 font. At the local level, it will be judged by a
panel selected by the superintendent or designee. D) Attach a recommendation from one school staff
member and one community memnber. Competition will be judged on a 100 point basis, 7o points for the
essay, 10 points for in-school activities, 10 points for out-of-school community activities, and 10 points for the
recommendations. Essay will be judged for content, organization, grammar, spelling and appearance. See
counselor for application.
OEF annually offers several scholarships ranging from $500 to $1,000 which must be used in an engineering
curriculum at OSU, OU, TU, Oklahoma Christian University or Oral Roberts University. To qualify, student
must have at least a 3.0 GPA but not over 32 on the ACT. The pre-qualification form and the application form
itself are available only via the internet. Interested students should to to http://www.ospe.org click on the OEF
button, then click the scholarships link under Activities. The Internet process will ask the student to answer a
pre-qualification questionnaire. If properly qualified, he or she will be able to download an electronic copy of
the OEF scholarship application form. Student should complete the application, print it, include required
signatures and attachments, then mail it to the appropriate Regional Scholarship Coordinator (see addendum
to the application.)
Students compete for scholarships by testing over Oklahoma History. There is one scholarship per county.
The exam will be given at Gore Schools on March 3, 2012 in the high school cafeteria.

Go to the website: http://www.usjcisenate.org/modules/scholarship for the scholarship fact sheet, letter and
application. State and national awards will be given.

The Oklahoma Society of Land Surveyors Scholarship program will provide financial assistance assistance to
those applicants who are seeking a career as a Registered Professional Land Surveyor. Scholarships will be
awarded to applicants who have demonstrated talent and achievement in the areas of leadership, citizenship,
and genuine interest in land surveying. Amount of scholarship will vary depending on number of applicants.

Completing the Application for Admission/Scholarships to OSU will be your application for all university
scholarships. Application for admission and scholarships is combined. Must be admitted to OSU by February
25% of tuition, includes room and board for residential students.

Students must prepare:1)Statement of Interest essay explaining art experiences since jr. high. Why have you
chosen an art major and why do you think that you will succeed in this field of study? 2)Up to 10 slides of art
works in a slide sheet may be submitted for review. Art history candidates submit samples of your writing or an
art history paper.3)Electronic media is submitted on CD with representational computer prints, Projects that
demonstrate interactive selections or animation should be presented on CD. 4)Complete the provided Image
List that corresponds to clearly numbered and labeled slides or CD. Include your name, medium used, grade,
the name of your high school & the city in which it is located.5)If your primary interests are in the three-
dimensional areas include representative images as part of your portfolio. 6)If your artwork is predominantly
created with the aid of computer software, a portion of your portfolio should reflect other art media skills.
7)When selecting drawings for your portfolio, emphasis should be placed upon observations of actual subject
matter rather than use of photographs. 8)Your portfolio should reflect perceptual skills, design skills and
conceptual skills. 9)Submit OSU Scholarship Form and HS Transcript.10)For the return of slides and
For students enrolled in Oklahoma's Promise, OSU will pay for some fees and books in addition to the amount
you receive from Oklahoma's Promise.
The Oklahoma State University Native American Faculty and Staff Association will award one male and one
female incoming freshmen $1,000 each, based on availability of funds. The applicant must have a Native
American background, be a U.S. citizen or a permanent resident. The applicant must attend OSU-Stillwater
as a full-time student and have a minimum 2.5 GPA. Student must take a minimum of 12 hours.

Four $2,000 and one $3,000 scholarships are awarded annually to incoming freshmen. To apply you must
Live in Northeastern Oklahoma and meet the OU admission requirements and be admitted. Applications will
be evaluated on financial need, have not been awarded a tuition waiver of $1,500 or more, and demonstrates
academic achievement and leadership in school and extracuricular activities. Application forms may be
downloaded from the OU Club of Tulsa website at www.oucluboftulsa.com
Completing the Application for Admission/Scholarships to OU will be your application for all university
scholarships. Application for admission and scholarships is combined. Must be admitted to OU by February
Awards are from $2,000 to $5,000 per year. To receive scholarship support from the School of Geology and
Geophysics, you must: 1) Formally declare your major in Geology or Geophysics; 2) Enroll in at least one
regular, letter-graded Geology or Geophysics class each semester; 3) Complete GEOL 1114 and GEOL 1124
by the end of your Freshman year; 4) Maintain full time student status of at least 15 credit hours per semester;
5) Enroll and participate in the School's colloquium course, GEOL 4970 (1 credit hour), each semester; 6)
Provide written notification of your decision to accept scholarship support; 7) Write a letter of acknowledgment
to the corporate of individual donors for your scholarship, via the Director, School of Geology and Geophysics;
8) Attend each semester's Alumni Advisory Council luncheon and related functions, and participate as much
as possible in the School's extracurricular activities. For general scholarship application for freshmen at OU,
along with additional requirements for scholarships in the Conoco Phillips School of Geology and Geophysics,
can be found at http://soonoerspace.ou.edu

High School Seniors. Applications online at www.outstandingstudentsofamerica.com

The Passion for Fashion Competition awards scholarships to potential students enrolling in the Fashion
Design or Fashion Marketing & Merchandising and Retail Management programs. Learn more at
PFLAG (Parents, Family and Friends of Lesbians and Gays) is offering college scholarships for high school
seniors. These scholarships are available for high school gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender (GLBT)
seniors and students who are allies and supporters of the GTBL community and entering college in the fall of
2006. At least 34 scholarships will be awarded in amounts of $2,500 and $1,000.

Seniors planning to major in chemical engineering at the University of Oklahoma may apply for one of many
four year scholarship for $1,500 per year. Applicants should have excelled in math and science and done well
in other high school or previous college course work. Printable application forms may be found at our web
address: http://www.cbme.ou.edu For additional information, call Claudia Draper, CBME Scholarship
Coordinator at (405) 325-4393

Based on community service activities over the past year, this award calls attention to the importance of youth
volunteerism in your school and community. Application in counselor’s office
Up to 10 winners will each receive a $2,500 cash prize. Go to www.reconnectingthecircle.com/essay and read
official contest rules and regulations. Follow all instructions.
Seniors who have at least a 26 ACT and a 3.3 GPA must complete the application process and then will be
contacted for an interview. Students who are chosen into the program receive full tuition, fees, books, on-
campus housing, and a $500 annual stipend.
To be chosen into Rogers State University PLC program, high school seniors must have at least a 21 ACT and
complete the application and interview process. Students chosen will receive a $3,500 annual scholarship.

Al's Formal Wear will grant two $2,500 college scholarships to graduating seniors. Information is in the
counselor's office.
Information available online at www.walmartfoundation.org HS seniors apply online at
www.scholarshipadministrators.net Applicants must use the access code (SWCS) to complete the application
process. No paper applications are available. In addition to submitting the online application, students must
submit all required information to Scholarship Program Administrators (SPA) as directed in the on-line
application by January 20.
Twenty-five $7,500 scholarships will be awarded for student athletes. Judging will be based on five critera:
academic performance (35%), athletic excellence (35%), leadership (15%), community service (10%), and
milk experience. Application will only be accepted online at www.whymilk.com
An OHLAP partnership, Sooner Promise is a four year OU scholarship program whereby eligible students will
receive funding to cover a pre-set amount for 15 credit hours of tuition and mandatory fees for up to four
years. It is available to all Oklahoma's Promise-OHLA students who are admitted to and enroll at OU, receive
OHLAP funding, complete the FAFSA by March 1 and maintain progress toward graduation in four years at
Students must have completed and submitted the Tulsa Community College Admission Application,
Scholarship Application, and the TCC State Regents Tuition Waiver Application. Counselor must submit
name for the Leadership Scholarship by April 3.
Seniors with a 3.5 GPA who demonstrates current involvement in student organizations, student activities,
commmunity service, or service organizations and who plan to attend TCC must complete the Provost Scholar
application, complete a Tulsa Community College-Oklahoma State Regents Tuition Waiver application, submit
two letters of recommendation from GHS faculty or community representatives to the Dean of Student
services on the campus you plan to attend, submit a typed 150 - 200 word essay addressing the question "If
selected as a TCC Provost Scholar, how will you continue to distinguish yourself as a student leader, scholar,
and/or community servant?"
Application includes short essay. All seniors applying to TCC should submit this application.

Student must have a 3.0 GPA and attend one of the campuses of Tulsa Community College.

This program will award 100 renewable scholarships, valued at $10,000 or $20,000 payable over four years for
high school seniors who attend a college or university the fall following graduation. Students are selected
based on outstanding academic recod, effective leadership and well-documented records of service both
within and without the school setting. The distinguishing characteristic will be the overall impact of the
student's contributions in the areas of community service. School may nominate only one student. See

$1,800 for college students and $1,200 for graduating high school seniors. For Native American or Alaskan
students interested in pursuing higher education in Natural Resources. Students must submit: 1) Letter of
Application up to 2 pages in length demonstrating: (a) an interest in Natural Resources, (b)a commitment to
education, community/culture, (c)academic merit and (d) financial need. All four points should be addressed
in the letter. 2) Resume. 3) Three letters of reference. 4) Validated enrollment in a federally recognized Tribe
or Native Alaska Corporation, as established by the U.S. Government. 5) Provide documented proof of
application to an institution of higher education to study in the area of Natural Resources along with high
school grades.
Seniors interested in applying for music scholarships contact Dr, Stephen Weber at (405) 574-1295 or at

University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma priority scholarship deadline is Feb. 10. In order to be eligible,
student must have applied for admission and all materials must be received at USAO before this date.

Students apply online will be judged on their academic achievements, athletic accomplishments, community
leadership and involvement in various extracurricular activities. Application can be found at

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