The following is a list of Universities in the state of Oklahoma:
- Bacone College
- Cameron University
- East Central University
- Langston University
- Mid-America Christian University
- Northeastern State University
- Broken Arrow campus
- Muskogee campus
- Northwestern Oklahoma State University
- Oklahoma Baptist University
- Oklahoma Christian University
- Oklahoma City University
- Oklahoma Panhandle State University
- Oklahoma State University System
- Center for Health Sciences
- Institute of Technology
- Oklahoma City
- Oklahoma Wesleyan University
- Oral Roberts University
- Phillips Theological Seminary
- Phillips University (closed July 1998)
- Rogers State University
- Saint Gregory’s University
- Southeastern Oklahoma State University
- Southern Nazarene University
- Southwestern Christian University
- Southwestern Oklahoma State University
- University of Central Oklahoma
- University of Oklahoma
- University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center
- University of Oklahoma–Tulsa
- University of Science & Arts of Oklahoma
- University of Tulsa
List of Community Colleges in the state of Oklahoma:
- Carl Albert State College
- Connors State College
- Eastern Oklahoma State College
- Murray State College
- Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College
- Northern Oklahoma College
- Oklahoma City Community College
- Redlands Community College
- Rose State College
- Seminole State College
- Southwestern Oklahoma State University–Sayre (2-year campus)
- Tulsa Community College
- Western Oklahoma State College
- Oklahoma College Scholarships and Financial AidOklahoma Academic Scholars Program
The Oklahoma Academic Scholars Program provides scholarships to academically outstanding students who attend an Oklahoma college or university. Academic Scholars receive a scholarship to help cover the cost of room, board, tuition, books and incidental fees for up to eight semesters. The actual value of the scholarship varies based on the institution the scholar chooses to attend.
This program should not be confused with the Oklahoma State Department of Education’s Oklahoma Academic Scholars. Before the creation of the Academic Scholars Program, the State Department of Education had an award called “Oklahoma Academic Scholar.” The student has to meet certain criteria to receive this recognition. It should be noted that this is a recognition only, not a scholarship.
To qualify for the Academic Scholars Program, the applicant must meet the criteria outlined below.
Oklahoma students can automatically qualify for the program by achieving designation as a National Merit Scholar, National Merit Finalist or United States Presidential Scholar or by scoring at or above the 99.5 percentile on the ACT or SAT.
Out-of-state students may qualify for this program by achieving designation as a National Merit Scholar, National Merit Finalist or United States Presidential Scholar. However, out-of-state student participation is limited, and achieving such a designation does not automatically qualify students for the program. Out-of-state students wishing to participate in the program should contact their college of choice directly for additional information regarding eligibility. Public colleges and universities may also nominate students attending their institution for the program based on criteria established by each institution.
Scholarship Award details:
- Academic Scholars will receive a scholarship to help cover the cost of room, board, tuition, books and incidental fees for up to eight semesters.
- The amount of the award varies according to the type of institution the student attends and qualification status.
- The annual scholarship amount for automatic qualifiers is $5,500 for students who attend the University of Oklahoma, Oklahoma State University or The University of Tulsa; $4,000 for students who attend any other Oklahoma four-year public or private college or university; and $3,500 for students who attend Oklahoma two-year colleges.
The annual scholarship amount for Institutional Nominees is $2,800 for students who attend the University of Oklahoma, Oklahoma State University or The University of Tulsa; $2,000 for students who attend any other Oklahoma four-year public or private college or university; and $1,800 for students who attend Oklahoma two-year colleges.
The award amounts may vary from year to year depending upon the amount of funds available. Payment is made directly to the institution on the student’s behalf. Students who enroll at public colleges and universities are eligible for a tuition waiver in addition to the scholarship award noted above.
Each year Scholars will continue to receive a scholarship each year if they:
- Maintain full-time enrollment (12 hours in the fall and spring and six hours in the optional summer or January term) each semester.
- Complete at least 24 semester credit hours each year or at least 30 semester credit hours if taking the option of summer funding.
- Maintain at least a 3.25 cumulative grade point average each year.
Oklahoma students who legally reside in Oklahoma automatically qualify for the program by scoring at or above the 99.5 percentile on the ACT or SAT should obtain an application from their high school counselor or click on the link below to download a copy of the application. Applications are also available by calling the State Regents student information hotline at 800.858.1840 or 225.9239 in Oklahoma City.
- Education Leadership Oklahoma Scholarship
EDUCATION LEADERSHIP OKLAHOMA (ELO) is administered by the Office of Educational Quality and Accountability (OEQA) in partnership with the Oklahoma State Legislature to provide support for Oklahoma Teachers seeking National Board Certification.
Contingent to HB 1660, scholarship recipients will be funded $1,300 for the application process for National Board Certification. Support and mentoring will be provided by OCTP and be available to all applicants.
Scholarship recipients will also receive a $500 materials stipend. Payments for the $1300 scholarship will be divided among the four components of the National Board process. $325 will be paid upon registration for each component.
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