University Scholarships for First Year Students
Scholarship candidates are evaluated on a competitive basis. For new students, of prime importance are the student’s academic record and the results of national testing programs. These are only awarded to full-time undergraduate students (12 or more credit hours per semester).
TU Scholarships and grants, unless specifically stated, may be applied only toward tuition for full-time, first degree-seeking students. Unless otherwise noted, the amount(s) listed on the award notice are yearly awards with one-half applicable to the fall and one half to the spring semesters.
University scholarships will credit to the student’s account no earlier than the first day of class each semester. These awards are made possible from general funds budgeted each year with approval of The University of Tulsa Board of Trustees.
University Scholarships for Transfer Students
The university offers unique scholarships for transfer students. Unless otherwise noted, the amount(s) listed on the award notice are yearly awards with one-half applicable to the fall and one half to the spring semesters.
Our office also receives many scholarship announcements that we like to pass along to our students. This listing of Outside Undergraduate Scholarships is offered by other organization and foundations outside of The University of Tulsa. Please remember, when you apply for outside scholarships, there should not be a fee to be considered for the scholarship.