Outside Undergraduate Scholarships

Outside undergraduate scholarships and funding sources offered by organizations and foundations outside of The University of Tulsa.

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Abbott and Fenner Scholarship Program
Award: $1,000

Accounting & Financial Women’s Alliance (AFWA)
Award: The AFWA Tulsa Chapter offers two separate scholarships for accounting and finance majors who meet their criteria.  One scholarship is for a CPA Becker Prep Course and the other scholarship is for up to $3,000 for undergraduate students.  More information and the scholarship applications can be found here:  https://tulsaafwa.org/Scholarships.  Additionally, the National AFWA Foundation also provides student scholarships.  More information can be found here:  https://www.afwa.org/scholarships/.

AES Engineers Scholarships
Award: $500

Albert K. Murray Fine Arts Educational Fund
Award: Grants are available to students on a quarterly basis.

Eligibility: Students must be US citizens.  Applicants must be registered as a full time student in an art degree program for the term a grant is received and may be at the bachelor’s, master’s, or doctoral level.  Student’s GPA must be 2.5 or above.

Due Date: End of September grants (applications due July 31), end of December grants (applications due October 31), end of March grants (applications due January 31), and end of June grants (applications due April 30).

For additional information and/or an application packet contact:
Dr. Marion C. Gilliland, Chair
Scholarship Committee
Phone: 740-796-4797
Fax: 740-796-4799

American Indians in Health Professions
Preparatory Scholarship Program – Provides financial assistance to Federally or State recognized American Indian or Alaska Native Students enrolled full or part-time in a compensatory/pre-professional general education course or curriculum, that will prepare them for acceptance into a health profession.  Must be enrolled or accepted for enrollment in one of the following priority career categories: Pre-Dietetics, Pre-Engineering, Pre-Medical Technology, Pre-Nursing, Pre-Pharmacy, Pre-Physical Therapy, or Pre-Social Work.
Pre-Graduate Scholarship Program – Provides financial assistance to Federally or State recognized American Indian or Alaska Native Students enrolled full or part-time in courses leading to a bachelor’s degree in specific pre-professional areas.  Must be enrolled or accepted for enrollment in one of the following priority career categories: Pre-Medicine or Pre-Dentistry.
Health Professions Scholarship Program – Provides financial assistance to Federally or State recognized American Indian or Alaska Native Students enrolled full or part-time in courses for specific health professions.  This program requires a service obligation and/or payback requirement that the recipient incurs upon acceptance of the scholarship funding.

For additional information and/or an application packet contact:
Area Scholarship Coordinator
Oklahoma City Area Indian Health Service
HC 67, Box 132
Marietta, OK 73448
Phone: 580-276-5983 or 800-829-7044

Army ROTC Scholarships
Award: 4-, 3-, and 2-year scholarships available with numerous benefits.
For additional information: colemald@oge.com

Aspire of Green Country Oklahoma
Award: $500/semester

Eligibility:  1.  Resident of Osage, Wagoner, Creek, Rogers or Okmulgee counties; 2.  high school or GED graduate; 3.  single head of household (single, legally separated, divorced, widowed) and not co-habiting with ex-spouse, current spouse or partner; with sole custody of one or more children under the age of 21; 4.  pursuing a career-oriented course of study (full-time), must not have already earned an undergraduate degree; 5.  low income at or near the current U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Service Income Guidelines poverty level; 6.  recipient of a pell grant.

Deadline:  Fall:  August 20th; Spring:  October 31st

For additional information:

Bartlesville Community Foundation
Award: $10,000 per year

Eligibility:  Beginning in 2021, The Bartlesville Community Foundation will award multiple $10,000 scholarships to applicants who meet the criteria and are pursuing Nurse Anesthesiology or Chemistry/Chemical Engineering (at any level).  Note:  Students must have graduated high school from a Bartlesville / Dewey area home/high school.

For additional information:

B. Davis Scholarship
Award: $1,000

Barry M. Goldwater Scholarship

Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship: Study Abroad
Award: $5,000

Chahta Foundation
Award Range: $1,000-$40,000

Chevron/AISES Scholarship Program

Chevron/SWE Scholarship Program

Award: $1,500

Degree Directory Academic Business Scholarship
Award: $1,000

Degree Directory Online Bachelor’s Degree Scholarship
Award: $500 scholarship

DegreeDirectory Social Sciences Bachelor’s Degree Scholarship
Award: $500 scholarship

Deputy.com Scholarship for Women in Technology
Award: $1,000

Desk and Derrick Educational Trust Scholarships

DoD SMART Scholarship
Award: The Science, Mathematics, and Research for Transformation (SMART) Scholarship Service Program is an opportunity for students pursuing a bachelor’s master’s or Ph.D. in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) disciplines to receive a full scholarship and guaranteed civilian employment with the Department of Defense upon degree completion.  More information and the scholarship application can be found here:  SMART Scholarship.

DOE Mickey Leland Energy Fellowship Program

DoE Scholars Program
Award: US citizens pursuing an undergraduate or graduate degree, or a student who has received their degree within 5 years of their starting date in a Science, Technology, Engineering or Mathematics (STEM) discipline or have demonstrated interest or experience in a STEM field that supports the DOE missions can apply for this Scholars Program.  More information and the application can be found here: DOE Scholars Application.

The Earnest Scholarship 
Award: $5,000

ESA Foundation Scholarship
For additional information:  Ramona.paine@gmail.com

Find Answering Service Connectivity Scholarship
Award: $1000

Ford Foundation Diversity Fellowships
Award: Stipends are awarded for up to $40,000 per year.

Foundation of the National Student Nurses’ Association, Inc.
Award: $1000-$5000

Frank L. Greathouse Government Accounting Scholarship
Award: 2 awards of $9,000 each.

GE-Reagan Foundation Scholarship Program
Award: $10,000 to 20 college-bound students (renewable for up to 4 years)

Great Value Colleges

Hispanic Scholarship Fund

Horatio Alger Association
Award: 10 scholarships at $10,000 each to students pursuing a STEM degree and who are freshman and who have successfully completed their first fall semester

Intertribal Timber Council Scholarships
Award: $2,500
For additional information: itc1@teleport.com

Jackie Robinson Foundation

James Madison Memorial Fellowship Foundation

Jaycee Foundation of Oklahoma Scholarship
Award: $500

Junior League Scholarship for Women
Award: Up to $3,000 to women interested in furthering their education as “non-traditional students”

MedEvac Foundation International Scholarship
Award: $5,000

Mesothelioma Cancer Alliance Scholarship
Award: $4,000/semester
Will be awarded to a student who has dealt with cancer, personally or within their family, in an effort to help them further their education.

Military Scholarship
Award: $2,500

Minorities in Government Finance Scholarship
Award: two $9,000

Morphisec Women in Cybersecurity Scholarships

Multiple Sclerosis Nurse Awareness Scholarship
For additional information: Sara Brykalski, 312-553-8080

National Health Services Corps Scholarship

National Presbyterian College Scholarship
Award: Range of awards is $200 to $1400 per academic year. Renewal is possible.

Navy Nurse Corps
Award: The navy now pays up to $17,000 for the last two years of college to qualified nursing students. $5000 sign-on bonus available.

North American Van Lines
Award: $1,000 to five students majoring in  logistics, business or management

Novus Biologicals
Award: $1,500 per semester Fall/Spring

Nurse Corps Scholarship
Award: Tuition, fees, educational cost and monthly living stipend.

Oklahoma Gas Association Scholarship
Open to children and employees of OGA member companies who meet the criteria for consideration.

For additional information: tom@meso.org

Pocahontas Scholarship
Award: $500
For additional information, contact: frostycherokee@neok.com

Scholarship America

SallieMae Scholarship Search

SIPES Foundation Scholarship Applications
The SIPES Foundation has awarded scholarships to more than 220 outstanding earth science and engineering students since it was founded in 1981.  Applications are accepted each year from currently enrolled, upper-division or graduate students majoring in any earth science, geophysics or petroleum engineering who have an overall grade point average of 3.5 or higher and are U.S. Citizens.

Society of American Military Engineers
Award: $1,000 to three students

Stephen J. Brady Stop Hunger Scholarship
This program recognizes students who are finding creative solutions to eliminate hunger in America.
Award: $5,000 scholarship for education + $5,000 to charity of recipient’s choice

Tenshon Scholarship
Award: $1500

Thermo Scientific Pierce Scholarship Program
Awards: Two $10,000 and four $5,000 Scholarships.

Tribal Organizations Scholarships
Cherokee Nation: www.cherokee.org
Choctaw Nation: www.choctawnation.com
Indian College Fund: www.collegefund.org

Tulsa Area Manufacturers’ Association
Award: Up to $1,000 per year

UNCF STEM Scholarship
Award: Tiered tuition scholarships up to a total of $25,000

U.S. Department of Energy’s Geothermal Technologies Program and Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education

Wells Fargo Veterans Scholarship Program

Women in Aerospace Foundation
Website: www.womeninaerospacefoundation.org/foundation/
Application Link: www.womeninaerospace.org/forms/foundation/scholarship_app.pdf

Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation
Award: Fellowship award includes $40,000 annually toward tuition costs and related academic expenses during the senior year of college and the first year of graduate study.