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ATTENTION SENIORS:  University Scholarship Deadlines are fast approaching!  Most colleges have a hard and fast deadline of February 1  for general scholarships.  You must submit your application on-line!  

 

Cameron University –  It is easy to apply for Cameron’s freshman institutional scholarships – simply submit the General Scholarship Application online!  Then, you will automatically be considered for all Cameron scholarships and tuition waivers.  Your chances of receiving a scholarship is greatly improved by submitting an early application.  PRIORITY DEADLINE IS FEBRUARY 1.  Any application received after this date will only be considered IF funds are available.  

PLUS Scholarship Applicants –  Must have an ACT score of 24+ – Final Deadline – February 1 – FIRM!

 

OSU – Stillwater – Students who apply for admission by November 1 are given ultimate consideration for the Early Opportunity scholarships.  The Priority Scholarship deadline is February 1st.  Funding is limited so selection is based on but not limited to:  GPA, Class Rank, ACT scores, Community Service, Volunteerism, and written response to application questions.  November 1  and February 1 deadline is FIRM!

 

OU – Norman – Because OU offers a wide variety of scholarships for incoming freshmen who have been accepted, please visit scholarships.ou.edu .  In some situations, there may be additional requirements for scholarships, such as essays, auditions, interviews, portfolios, etc., Deadline for general scholarships is December 15!  ****  To be considered for leadership, community involvement and some departmental scholarships,  you’ll need to complete and submit the OU Common Application and OU supplemental questions by the required deadline.  Please be actively involved in searching out deadlines and meeting them!

 

SWOSU – Weatherford –  There are a variety of scholarship opportunities available in several categories: Academic Scholarships, Athletic Scholarships, Talent-Based Scholarships, and Southwestern Oklahoma State Regents Scholarships.                                    

They’re also happy to accept financial awards earned aside from state scholarships, and they encourage students to search for college scholarships in Oklahoma from private foundations and non-profit organizations. To access their scholarship resources go to our scholarship applications page.

They’re more than happy to answer any questions you may have.  Contact  Student Financial Services today to find out how they can assist you in your desire to attain a quality college education.

 

ECU – ADA – You may be eligible for Academic Scholarships if you complete the scholarship application and are admitted by February 1. 

Candidates for the Regent Baccalaureate, Oklahoma Academic, ECU Academic, Tiger, and Big Cat Scholarships must complete the scholarship application form and questionnaire. Though candidates for these scholarships are not required to attend an interview, attending an interview for the Honors or PLC can increase your chances of being awarded a scholarship.

Candidates for the Honors and Presidential Leadership Council (PLC) Scholarships must attend an interview in addition to completing the scholarship application form and questionnaire.  Candidates for the Honors scholarship must also write an essay. The essay prompt may be found here:www.ecok.edu/honors/application       

Beginning with the 2016-2017 award year, all students receiving any type of institutional scholarship (Academic, Athletic, Music, Band, etc) must complete the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid). Any scholarship recipient that does not complete the FAFSA will NOT receive their scholarship. This includes any type of tuition and/or room waiver.  

 

UCO – EDMOND-  Your UCO Admissions Application will apply for Academic, Leadership and Oklahoma State Regents scholarships. Some academic and leadership scholarships require an interview. If selected for an interview, you will be contacted at the end of February. You must complete the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) at www.fafsa.gov to be considered for scholarships. Recipients of scholarship awards will be notified by letter or email. Students not receiving awards will not be notified. 85% of incoming freshmen scholarships are awarded through the online application at www.uco.edu/apply. However, we encourage all freshmen to look for additional opportunities and information in the resource section online at www.uco.edu/scholarships. In addition, if you are a current UCO student, you may want to create an online scholarship profile through our portal located at scholarships.uco.edu.  http://www.uco.edu/em/your-central-investment/scholarships/index.asp