|• Must be graduating senior from an Oklahoma high school|
• A cumulative high school GPA ≥ 2.75.
• Financial need is considered. Applicant’s family income cannot exceed $135,000 (Adjusted Gross Income on Form 1040 or FAFSA).
Accounting & Financial Women’s Alliance (AFWA)
Up to $3,000
|The AFWA Tulsa Chapter is proud to announce a scholarship of up to $3,000 for finance and accounting students who meet the criteria. More information can be found here.||More Info
American Indian Services Scholarship Award
$500 to $2000/ year
|The AIS Scholarship program is to help undergraduate Native American students with financial support to attend college, maintain enrollment, and graduate. Scholarship Awards are based on up to one-half of tuition and need for the term the student is applying for and are allocated directly to the school for the student. Students will need to have their own email account in order to apply.||More Info
Annual Oklahoma Tuition Aid Grant (OTAG)
|The Oklahoma Tuition Aid Grant Program (OTAG) is a need-based grant program for Oklahoma residents who attend colleges and career tech schools in Oklahoma. Awards are approved for full-time or part-time undergraduate students.|
Application is made through the financial aid office at the college you are planning to attend. You must send them a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) which you can fill out online. Go to our website at YPNG.co and look under “College Bound Resources” to find links to the FASA ap, frequently asked questions about reporting family income including how to handle situations when students are living with a Guardian or relative rather than a parent or parents are divorced.
Aspire of Green Country Oklahoma
|from $1,000 per year to $7,500||More Info
Ayn Rand Institute Essay Contest for HS, College and Adult Award
|For nearly four decades, the Ayn Rand Institute has hosted annual student essay contests on Ayn Rand’s novels. These contests encourage students to seriously engage with Rand’s ideas through reflection on her profound and influential novels. Students who participate will need to read the book they have selected carefully, grapple with its complex themes, and push the boundaries of their writing ability. By doing so, we hope students will achieve a deeper appreciation for Rand’s literary works and develop a curiosity for the philosophy that underlies them.||More Info
Beacon Scholarship for Rural America
$1,000 each Spring and Fall semester
- College-bound graduating high school seniors, current college students, or adult learners.
- Must also reside in a rural area and meet low-income criteria outlined in the terms and conditions listed.
Elks National Foundation Most Valuable Student Competition Award
from $1,000 per year to $7,500/year
- Current high school seniors, or the equivalent, who are citizens of the United States are eligible to apply.
- Applicants do not need to be related to a member of the Elks.
- Applicants must be citizens of the United States on the date their applications are submitted; permanent legal resident status does not qualify.
"Equal Opportunity” Scholarship
|Open to students in any field of study. Open to students with a 2.0 GPA.||More Info
Go Skills 'Be the Boss' Scholarship for Women
- Must be Female
- Type of institution award is open to: two-year college
- Type of institution award is open to: four-year college
- Fall Deadline: Sept. 15
Jack Kent Cooke Young Artist Award
Up to $10,000
|Each year, From the Top chooses approximately 20 pre-collegiate musicians ages 8-18 to receive the Award. The Award is given to driven and committed pre-collegiate musicians with financial need to help offset the often prohibitively expensive costs of studying classical music at a high level.||More Info
Jackie Robinson Foundation Scholarship for African American Men and Women
Up to $35,000
|JRF scholars are eligible for college scholarships of up to $35,000 over four years and financial sponsorship to attend their annual four-day Mentoring and Leadership Conference in New York City and other JRF events throughout the year. JRF scholars also receive career guidance, access to the internship program, job placement, and opportunities for international studies.||More Info
Junior League of Tulsa- Founders Scholarship
Up to $2,500 each
|Two scholarships, up to $2,500 each, to female high school seniors who meet the following eligibility requirements:|
- Attend high school in the Tulsa area (Tulsa, Rogers, Wagoner, Osage, Creek or Okmulgee Counties).
- Maintain at least a 3.0 cumulative GPA, based on a 4.0 scale.
- Exhibit a commitment to volunteering.
- Not an immediate relative of a Junior League of Tulsa member or sustainer.
For more information, please click here.
Junior League of Tulsa- Mrs. W. Albert Cook Scholarship
Up to $2,500 each
|Two scholarships, up to $2,500 each, to women interested in furthering their education as “non-traditional students” at an accredited college, university or technical trade school. Recipients will be selected based on their commitment to their education and demonstrated financial need.||More Info
My Dream / Mi Sueño Scholarship
|To be eligible, the student must:|
- Be a graduating high school senior in Tulsa or Rogers County.
- Have a minimum high school cumulative GPA of 2.0.
- Enroll in TCC as a degree-seeking student.
- Not receive any state or federal financial aid.
- Attend the My Dream Student Orientation in July (the TCC Education Outreach Center will contact
- applicants with details).
- Complete the online application for both Tulsa Community College admissions and the My Dream scholarship.
OSU-Tulsa My Dream Continuation Scholarship
|This scholarship is made available through funding by an anonymous donor. It supports My Dream students taking classes on the OSU-Tulsa campus.|
- Minimum GPA: 2.75 or greater
- Need-based?: No
- Residency: Resident or non-resident
- Academic level: Undergraduate – junior or senior
- Enrollment status: Full-time (at least 6 hours completed at OSU-Tulsa)
- Campus: OSU-Tulsa
- College: Open
- Major: Open
- Additional Criteria: Student must have completed the Tulsa Community College My Dream program.
Up to $4800
|Students accepted into the community college scholarship will receive a financial scholarship each year of their community college experience as well as coaching, plus admissions counseling for students wanting to transfer to a university. Join the Point Foundation network of LGBTQ scholars, more than 500 alumni, and the Point community dedicated to seeing LGBTQ students succeed.|
Target Scholarships for African American and Hispanic Students
Up to $5,000
|Target Corporation’s Community Leaders Scholarships are designed to support and encourage college-bound students in the Hispanic and African-American communities. These programs are dedicated to helping deserving high school graduates achieve their dreams of a college education.||More Info
The Oklahoma Academic Scholars Program
Up to $5,500
|Oklahoma Academic Scholars receive a certificate of recognition from the State Board of Education and the local high school, a gold seal affixed to their diploma, and the honor recorded on their official transcript.|
Requirements for Recognition as an Oklahoma Academic Scholar
Graduating seniors who meet all of the requirements listed below shall be recognized by the local school district and the State Board of Education as an Oklahoma Academic Scholar:
Accumulate over Grades 9, 10, 11 and the first semester of Grade 12, a minimum grade point average of 3.7 on a 4.0 scale or be in the top 10% of their graduation class.
Complete (or will complete) the curricular requirements for a standard diploma.
Achieve a 27 composite score on the ACT or 1220 combined reading and mathematics score on the SAT. The ACT or SAT must have been taken on a national test date or state administered test date. For students with documented disabilities requiring testing accommodations not available on a national or state administration date, a qualifying score on the ACT or SAT may be demonstrated using alternate administration date.
Tulsa Achieves Scholarship
|Tulsa Achieves provides every Tulsa County graduating high school senior full tuition and fees provided that they have a minimum 2.0 GPA and are a U.S. citizen or permanent resident.|
That’s your first 63 college credit hours (or three years of college, whichever comes first) taken care of—free. Your associate’s degree, done, and you’re halfway to your bachelor’s degree.
Tulsa Community College Foundation Scholarship List
|Varies||This list includes all scholarships offered through the Tulsa Community College Foundation.||More Info
Tulsa Community Foundation Scholarships
|Varies||Scholarship funds from the Tulsa Community Foundation annually provide approximately $20 million in educational aid for students at institutions of higher learning. Each donor or group of donors determines the conditions for which the scholarships are awarded. The diversity of eligibility criteria reflects the variety of donor motivations to create or support scholarship funds.||More Info
Tulsa Engineering Scholarship
Up to $24,000
|This scholarship—available to graduating seniors of Tulsa, Sand Springs, Jenks, Broken Arrow and Union public schools, as well as transfers from Tulsa Community College—funds students who are pursuing an engineering degree at a four-year accredited college.|
Funds are awarded over eight semesters for graduating high school students, or over six semesters for TCC transfers. Strong consideration is given to those with higher financial need.
Award information: up to $24,000, or a maximum of $3,000 per semester, for up to eight semesters, beginning at the second semester following freshman enrollment. Funds are paid directly to the college
UcanGo2 Scholarship Database
|Varies||Check out local, regional, and national scholarships available to students by using Oklahoma’s UcanGo2 scholarship database.||More Info