Oklahoma offers several scholarships, grants, and work-study programs for students seeking higher education. Your financial aid journey doesn’t stop with FAFSA®. In many cases, you may have to apply for additional aid via individual applications. Below you’ll learn more about how to get Oklahoma state financial aid.
First File FAFSA®
The first step toward any financial aid for college is to apply for the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA®). The FAFSA® qualifies you for federal student grants and loans, as well as some state-based aid options. You can file your FAFSA® with Frank in only minutes and rely on our expert support team to help you through the process.
Apply for Oklahoma Financial Aid
While FAFSA® may help you garner some state aid, there are steps you can take to get some extra gift aid that you don’t have to pay back. This could be scholarships or grants, or in some cases, even work-study programs offered by the university you’re attending. Below you’ll find some great aid options.
A division of the Oklahoma College Assistance Program, UCanGo2 is a scholarship database and financial aid tool to help residents find extra aid for college.
Debbie Blanke Scholarship
Oklahoma Women in Higher Education is dedicated to increasing the number and effectiveness of women in Oklahoma higher education leadership. The organization is proud to announce the annual Dr. Debbie Blanke Scholarship. This $500 scholarship is open to individuals enrolled as graduate students (master’s or doctorate) in a higher education-related degree program at an educational institution based in Oklahoma.
Jimmie L Dean Scholarship Foundation Scholarship
Each Scholarship Award granted can be up to $10,000 per academic school year with the actual amount of each award determined by the Foundation. We expect the average award to be less than $10,000 and the actual number of awards will be determined after all applications are received and reviewed.
Oklahoma City Community Foundation Scholarships
The Oklahoma City Community Foundation offers several scholarships each year with differing eligibility. To search, please visit their website and follow the instructions to apply.
Stride Bank Scholarships
Stride Bank believes in encouraging and developing the next generation of employees and executives who will lead companies to success. They provide several scholarships a year to meet the needs of the community they serve. Learn more below.
Tulsa Community Foundation Scholarships
Scholarship funds at TCF annually provide approximately $20 million in educational aid for students at institutions of higher learning. Each donor or group of donors determines the conditions for which the scholarships are awarded. The diversity of eligibility criteria reflects the variety of donor motivations to create or support scholarship funds.
Oklahoma provides many resources for students looking to meet their goal of higher education. If you still need additional assistance, contact the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education. The team at Frank will also help you as much as possible when it comes to the financial aid process.