Rolling out the Scholarships


Dennis Gosnell, Assignment Editor

Every year parents, high school graduates, and college students go in search of the American dream.  Scholarships help these individuals purchase an education for themselves or their families.

Education is an investment, so to help students and families find a means in which to continue their education, several scholarships are available on campus.

HUMANITIES:

  • Humanities Division Scholarships:
    See online application (annually during May)
  • Art Talent Scholarships:
    Professor Howard Koerth, CC117, 733-7599
  • Journalism Talent Scholarships:
    Professor Susan Dawson-O’Brien, CC120, 733-7518
  • Choir Talent Scholarship:
    Professor Tracey Gregg-Boothby, CC 123, 733-7324
  • Theatre Talent Scholarships:
    Professor Rick Nelson, FA 101, 736-0364
  • Frances White Hughes Scholarships:
    Rick Woodard, HU 107, 733-7999

LEADERSHIP:

  • President’s Leadership Class:
    Only available to graduating high school or home school seniors.
  • Legacy Scholars
    Only available to graduating high school or home school seniors.
  • Student Ambassadors:
    Available to all students.
  • Tinker Federal Civic Leaders:
    Military spouses (E1-E6) and adult civilians (ages 24 and older) may apply.
  • Frances White Hughes Scholars:
    Available to students major in one of the fine arts, arts management, or art librarian areas.
  • Hudiburg Scholars:
    Available to all students.
  • Academic Distinguished
    Only available to graduating high school or home school seniors.
  • Academic Success
    Only available to graduating high school or home school seniors.

For more information about these Scholarships call the Students Welcome Center at 733-7372 or visit the Future Students website or pick up the Admissions Application and Leadership Scholarship packer 2011/2012.

Education is important, and finding the right path to achieving individual future goals requires a plan.  It takes hard work and determination to make dreams come true, but does not mean you have to carry the burden alone.  There is help out there; all it takes to find it is willpower.

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