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Scholarship Applications

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Academic Scholarships
Scholarship Requirements Amount
Division/Department Scholarship
Deadline March 1
Based on skill/ potential/ academic achievement Amount Varies
Gulf States Toyota Automotive Technology T-TEN Diversity Scholarship
Deadline April 1
Merit and needs based Amount Varies
The Dream Institute External Link
Deadline May 1
Merit and needs based Amount Varies
PSO Powering the Next Generation Scholarship
Deadline May 2
Based on skills/abilities/interest $1071 for first academic year
$714 for second academic year

All applications for the additional scholarships and grants are available through Scholarship Services at 918.293.5290 or information@okstate.edu Please note: All OSU Institute of Technology scholarships and financial aid combined cannot exceed cost of attendance. Other expenses such as fees, room, board and books may be paid by Federal, State or outside financial aid. All scholarships are awarded based on the availability of funds.

NOTE: Each Instructional division/department may have other funds available to students, contact your department for details.

For more information, contact OSU Institute of Technology Scholarship Services at 1.800.722.4471, ext 5290, or 918.293.5290

Downloadable Admission Applications

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Late Applications

The scholarship application priority deadline each year is March 1 for new and transfer students. However, late applications are accepted. Since the majority of the scholarship funds are expended to those making applications prior to March 1, the number of late recipients is limited by raising the standards for each of the scholarship categories for late applicants. However, Scholarship awards are still possible for competitive applicants. Applicants in the original applicant group that were denied scholarships based on incomplete applications will be treated as late applicants if missing scores of information are provided.

The Scholarship Committee awards scholarships primarily on the basis of ACT composite scores and high school grade point averages, GPA and need.