UCanGo2 - Scholarships by deadline month, as well as other specialized categories. Scholarships are current for two months at a time.
OKCollegeStart - Scholarship databases and lists plus Scholarship Tips pages
Oklahoma College Scholarships - scholarship and financial aid list for Oklahoma
Federal Student Aid website - answers to financial aid questions (scholarships, grants, loans, etc.)
Game of Student Finances - answers to financial aid questions (scholarships, grants, loans, etc.)
Financial Aid Calculators - easy to use college cost estimator
ScholarshipsThe Acuña Family Fund Scholarship is a $10,000 scholarship awarded over the course of the four years of undergraduate studies. The scholarship funds will be released per semester in increments of $1250.00 per semester. The first payment will be made payable to the Scholarship Winner following documentation of enrollment. The subsequent payment will be made per semester after submission of documentation of continued enrollment and the prior semester's transcript which reflects the minimum GPA required by The Acuña Family Fund. Please note the payment is made payable to the College or University where the recipient is enrolled.
The deadline for Application to be received is March 15, 2019 for selection by May 15th.
The goal of The Acuña Family Fund Scholarship program is to promote the importance of higher education by assisting the next generation of community leaders as they prepare to shape the future through the study of business, education, health, or related fields.
Basic Eligibility Requirements:
1. Must be a high school senior living in Oklahoma County or Cleveland County.
2. Must attend and graduate from an Oklahoma City Metro High School.
3. Must be accepted for admission to a 4-year college or university.
4. Must demonstrate academic excellence and well-rounded involvement in extra- curricular and community activities. Must have a high school diploma, GED or be a high school student in good standing.
5. Must provide a copy of FAFSA.
6. Preference given to applicants who are dependents of employees of Variety Care, Inc.
FOR ALL STUDENTS GRADES 9-12
Oklahoma Hall of Fame offers scholarships in each of Oklahoma’s 77 counties -
March 2 Test
- 2019 Oklahoma Scholarship Competition GUIDELINES.pdf
- Complete Registration Form for the March 2 Test by Friday, February 15
OKLAHOMA CITY January 9, 2019 – The Oklahoma Scholarship Competition provides an opportunity for Oklahoma high school students to earn cash scholarships and tuition grants for college. With at least 8 scholarships in each county available, students compete based on their knowledge of Oklahoma history, our people, and geography.
To see a list of scholarships available in each county, to register for the test, see full list of testing sites and to download a study guide visit or call 405.235.4458.
Deadlines vary by scholarship.
More than 200 scholarships offered for students of the OKC community. Specific requirements for each scholarship increases the chances of being awarded the scholarship because the pool of candidates is smaller. Just be sure you meet the initial criteria. Complete the general application and then look at specifics for individual scholarships.
List of scholarships - http://occf.org/directory/ OR
All applicants read and watch the video for more information - https://occf.academicworks.com/?page=2
Class of 2020 - Juniors begin now!
The College Board Opportunity Scholarship isn’t your typical scholarship program. It doesn’t require an essay or an application, and it doesn’t have a minimum GPA or SAT score requirement. Instead, it rewards all students’ efforts and actions on their way to college. The more effort that students put in, the more chances they have to earn a scholarship.
The more effort students put in, the more chances you get to earn a scholarship ranging from $500 to $2,000. If you complete all six steps, you’re eligible to earn a $40,000 scholarship. Scholarships are awarded—through monthly drawings—to students who complete each step.
Deadline: Application must be postmarked no later than Wednesday, May 1, 2019.
- Applicants must have a grade point average of 3.0 and above to be considered.
- Two Letters of recommendations are required, these letters can be from anyone familiar with the applicants’ academic, civic, or athletic accomplishments
- Copy of your high school transcript and proof of postsecondary (college/university) acceptance for the fall 2019 semester must be attached to this application.
2019 Deadline Passed
Students Homeless in the last 6 years, Undocumented-eligible, First entering college 2019-2020
Application Deadline: 11/9/2018
- Applicants must have been born on or after Nov. 9, 1998.
- Applicants must be entering college for the first time during the 2019-20 school year. This means that the application is for high school seniors; for those who are in GED programs; or for those who have taken a gap year.
- Applicants who have experienced homelessness within the last six years are eligible to apply.
- Undocumented students who meet these criteria are eligible.