Scholarships and Financial Aid
Published on July 25, 2011 at 4:27 pm
|Bagwell, David A. Scholarship Fund||$1,000||Full-time MBA student, 3.0+ GPA|
|Bass, Robert A. Memorial Scholarship*||Variable||Full-time student in MSTM program|
|Bost, Armon H. Endowed Graduate Scholarship Fund*||One-half of student’s annual tuition and fees each semester||Oklahoma resident, enrolled in 9 hours, employed, scholastic ability, leadership, need|
|CIE Scholars Program||$5000 awarded over 2 semesters||Enrolled in the MBA Program|
|Phillips, Paul D. and Lois Doctoral Dissertation Fellowship Fund*||Variable||Working on dissertation|
|Wilson, Duane Endowed Graduate Assistantship||Variable||Full-time graduate student, Accounting major, financial need, good character, 3.25+ GPA|
|Yee, Bruce Endowed Scholarship Fund*||Variable||MBA student, minimum of 3.0 GPA|
See Also:Spears School of Business (General) Scholarships
Financial Aid Links
- Grad Loans
Offers a wide variety of low-interest loans to graduate students. Different types of loans are compared including Federal Stafford loans, Graduate Private loans, and Graduate PLUS loans.
- Federal Stafford Loan
- Fast Web
Requires users to register but the service is free to use.
Offers a list of fellowships, loans, and assistantships that are both federally funded and provided by independent organizations. Gradschools.com is an excellent source of information on graduate college.
Offers a large list of financial aid programs, including aid from federal programs and private organizations.
- National Indian Education Association
For students of Native American descent. This site provides links to specific tribes’ websites, so check individual sites for application information rather than going by old deadlines listed on the NIEA site. Many scholarships are available for graduate students.
- National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP)
Most of the scholarships require applicant to be a member of the organization.
- Scholarships for Domestic and International Students