VARIOUS WEBSITES for SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITIES
The following websites have MANY different scholarship opportunities as well as advice and guidance on going to college. Some applications and PDFs are at the bottom of this page.
Over 175 options for different scholarships here.
www.college-scholarships.com – a website filled with information about college admission, college life, career schools, scholarships, and financial aid.
www.occf.org/scholarships - NEW - SEVERAL OPPORTUNITIES HERE
http://www.studentscholarships.org - SEVERAL OPPORTUNITIES HERE
This website breaks the scholarships down by deadline! Follow them on social media for weekly updates (Facebook)
This website breaks the scholarships down by deadline!
This is a great website for not only helping you find scholarships, but in helping chose which school would be best for you!
Follow them on social media for new additions and updates
Career guidance and scholarship opportunities
Creative and fun scholarships that are not all about GPA.
www.ocap.org – help with college planning and finances
Caring.com is offering scholarships at their website. For more information visit https://www.caring.com/caregivers/scholarships-for-student-caregivers
Cosmetology students - http://www.buyritebeauty.com/scholarships/
Sports Scholarship- http://www.athleticscholarships.net/scholarship-contest.htm
Native American Scholarships
Raise Me- Montclair asked us to reach out to you to share some helpful resources for introducing Raise.me to your students. Montclair is a social enterprise working in partnership with the White House and over 180 colleges to expand access to higher education by improving the way students prepare for college—both financially and academically. Rather than waiting until the end of high school to award aid, which is often too late to impact a student’s college ambitions or choices, Raise.me enables students to earn grant aid throughout high school, starting as early as 9th grade, for doing all the things that best prepare them to succeed, whether that’s getting good grades, volunteering in the community or joining an extracurricular. The amount that students earn from a college on Raise.me represents a guaranteed minimum amount of aid they’ll receive if they apply and are admitted to that college.
Through Raise.me your students can now earn “micro-scholarships” (performance-based scholarships) from Montclair and over 180 other colleges (including Texas Tech, the University of Dayton, and Stetson) for each of their academic and extracurricular achievements beginning as freshmen. Other counselors are using this free program to motivate students, improve outcomes, and reinforce the guidance they’re already giving. Raise.me can help your students get a head start on their college search and develop into stronger applicants.
Financial Aid Tips
In 2017, we started an initiative to create engaging financial literacy guides, tools, and videos for incoming college students. We recently created this guide (w/ videos!) called Private Student Loans Guide - Eligibility, Costs, Repayment, & Warnings.
This is the website to begin the FAFSA process along with help applying for scholarship.
Most affordable colleges in Oklahoma
Organized college options by most affordable
This is a loan provider. They have some information and FAQs about loans
Guides to Finding Scholarships & FAQs
Gives the best websites to search for scholarships
2019 Student View Scholarship Program- Deadline is April 22, 2019 www.student-view.com
email@example.com with any questions
Maximizing GI Bill Benefits
College Benefits For Military Dependents
Attending College While In The Military
John Colbert is dedicated to making a college education more affordable and has created the Colbert Cooper Hill Scholarship that will provide $1,000 to students in need of financial assistance. Information on our scholarship can be found here https://www.getcolbert.com/colbert-cooper-hill-attorneys-scholarship/ .
Those of you interested in a Career and Technical Education Program (Tulsa Tech, ICTC, etc.) should look to apply for the Horatio Alger National Career & Technical Scholarship. They will award 1020 scholarships with a maximum of $2500. Interested students should apply here. The application deadline is June 15th, 2019.
NEW $2500 Scholarship from Cirkled In!
It's free and easy for students to apply.
We know many students today are struggling to finance their education, and we want to help. We've been thrilled to award scholarships to a number of deserving students and look forward to discovering our next recipient.
There's no minimum GPA and no long essay to write. Students can use for any educational need, from tuition to books and supplies, even transportation if needed.
Deadline is September 30, 2019
The Blues Society offers a $500 Grant to promote the musical development of young Blues musicians in the Tulsa metropolitan area. The grant is awarded to a student who is pursuing further education and musical development and has a genuine interest in the Blues genre.
The Blues Society Student Grant Application includes various questions about the student's current musical interests, capabilities and goals.
The student grant award is offered to any student in grades 10, 11 or 12, for the 2020-2021 school year and who is enrolled in a bona fide school setting under Oklahoma state law. (Ex: public school, home school, academy or other approved educational setting)
Applications are available on the Blues Society of Tulsa website: www.bluessocietyoftulsa.com
Application deadline is December 31, 2019.
The top five applicants will be chosen and notified in January 2020. A write up on each of the five finalists will be included in the March/April 2020 issue of the Blues News. Personal interviews and performances will be scheduled in March 2020. The winning recipient of the grant will be notified in April 2020 and invited to the April Monthly Blues Society meeting to be awarded and receive the $500 grant. A feature article about the recipient will be included in the June 2020 issue of the Blues News.
The Todd Family Scholarship
The Todd Family Scholarship is open to high school seniors in Oklahoma who have conducted an oral history interview with a US veteran. Students will submit their recorded interview to the Oklahoma Historical Society (OHS), and all recordings will be archived by the OHS. Winners will be selected by a panel of judges.
Student awards are $1,000 for first place and $500 for second place. The teaches of the winning students will also receive an award: $150 for first place and $100 for second place. The entry period opens August 1 and closes Feb. 15.
To learn more about the Todd Family Scholarship, please visit okhistory.org/tfscholarship
Oral History Workshop with Joe Todd:
Saturday, October 19, 2019 from 10:30 am – 12:30 pm
In this workshop, oral historian and author Joe Todd will share best practices for conducting an oral history interview. This program will be especially helpful for high school seniors who wish to apply for the Todd Family Scholarship, but is open to the general public as well. The workshop will be held in the Clark and Kay Musser Learning Lab, located on the first floor of the Oklahoma History Center.
This event is free, just preregister by calling the Oklahoma Historical Society Research Center at 405-522-5225.