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Scholarship delivery is at the heart of the SWOSU Foundation, Inc.'s mission. Over 200 distinct scholarship 

funds are managed daily by the Foundation for the benefit of SWOSU.

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The SWOSU Foundation, Inc. can assist you in establishing a scholarship of any scope or type. Please contact us today at 

580-774-3267 to discuss the many different ways in which you can help SWOSU students succeed!

Below is a comprehensive listing of all scholarship funds currently managed by the SWOSU Foundation, Inc.

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General Scholarships

Warren Wilson Memorial Scholarship: The fund was established in memory of Dr. Warren Wilson to recognize his outstanding contributions as an educator and former Director of Financial Aid at Southwestern. The fund provides scholarship assistance for students with a rural Oklahoma background who could not attend Southwestern without financial assistance.

Cecil and Imogene Rounds Scholarship: A scholarship program established by Imogene Rounds in honor and memory of Cecil Rounds. The fund provides scholarship assistance to residents of Baptist Boys Ranch Town or other students in Oklahoma Baptist Child Care or residents of child care in Oklahoma who plan to attend Southwestern.

George Robertson Scholarship: The fund was established by George Robertson in order to provide assistance to students who graduated from a Custer County high school. This scholarship is based on work performance and need, not academic merit.

Paul and Dottie Flick Scholarship: A fund established by Paul Flick, Jr., a western Oklahoma business leader, to assist talented students with financial need. There are four awards and recipients must be from Clinton High School, Elk City High School, Hammon High School, and Sayre High School (to attend on Sayre Campus).

Ottis and Buena Ballard: This scholarship is for a full time student and Biology major that has completed 60 semester hours. Financial need and academic merit are considered.

Wheeler Brothers And Sisters Scholarship: A Trust fund donated by H. N. Wheeler in memory of his brothers and sisters, the children of B. B. and Miriam Wheeler, who attended Southwestern. Proceeds from the fund are used for tuition scholarships.

Merle K. and Hazel E. Exline Scholarship: A fund established by the Estate of Hazel E. Exline. The scholarship is to provide assistance to a student in the Language Arts Field. The recipient must be a graduating senior from Seiling, Laverne, Sharon Mutual, Beaver, or Woodward Public Schools.

Ertis and Lilla Sasseen Scholarship: A fund provided by Lilla Sasseen in memory of her husband. Recipients chosen on the basis of need and scholarship.

Travis L. Harris Scholarship: The scholarship program was established in recognition of Travis Harris work with the blind. He was the first blind graduate of Southwestern (1947). The scholarship program provides assistance for blind students attending Southwestern.

Grace Crump Boal Scholarship: A fund established by Mrs. Boal to assist students with strong financial need.

Melda and Dick Moore Scholarship: Established by Richard W. Moore, Jr. and Steven E. Moore in honor of their parents. The scholarship will be awarded to full time students in good standing that are U.S. Citizens and residents of Oklahoma.

Dawning Place Scholarship: A scholarship fund established by the Dawning Place, Inc. in order to provide financial assistance to students based on financial need and academic merit. Preference is given to graduates of the Western Oklahoma Vocational-Technical School.

Wayne and Joi Dell Salisbury Scholarship: A scholarship fund established by Regent Wayne Salisbury and Joi Dell Salisbury to provide scholarship assistance for students in education, pharmacy, and arts and sciences.

Glenn and Anna Albright Memorial Scholarship: This annual scholarship is given in memory of the late Glenn Albright, an outstanding Oklahoma citizen and farmer. This is a continuing scholarship for those who maintain a specified grade point average in at least twelve hours. The Albright scholarship provides $750 per semester for four years. Custer County high school seniors with financial need and an agricultural background are eligible.

Marcrum-Leonard Memorial Scholarship: A fund established by Eva Leonard in memory of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Marcrum and her husband, Bill Leonard. Annual scholarships are awarded on the basis of academic merit, financial need, and commitment to American ideals.

Margaret Renz Replogle Scholarship: Awards are given each year on the basis of academic ability and financial need. The fund was established by Margaret Renz Replogle, a member of Southwestern’s Distinguished Alumni Hall of Fame.

Carl Hickerson Scholarship: Established by Carl Hickerson, a lifelong educator, to assist Southwestern Oklahoma State University students from western Oklahoma.

Edith Patterson Barnett Scholarship: This scholarship was established in memory of Lucille Wheeler by her daughter Edith Patterson Barnett for Oklahoma residents.

Shriner/Smith Scholarship Fund: A scholarship fund established by the late Gladys Shriner and Geraldine Shriner-Smith to provide assistance to a graduating senior of Hobart High School.

First National Bank Scholarship Fund: Established by the First National Bank and Trust Co. of Weatherford for full time students in good standing. Will be awarded based on financial need and academic merit. Must be a U. S. Citizen.

Donald and Jean Hamm Scholarship Fund: This scholarship fund was established by the children of Donald and Jean Hamm. Southwestern students who are active in the Church of Christ Student Center in Weatherford, in good standing, with a 3.0 GPA, are eligible to apply.

Dr. John and Shirley Huser Scholarship: Established by Dr. John and Shirley Huser to provide financial assistance to upper classmen majoring in pre-medicine.

General Thomas P. Stafford Scholarship Fund: General Thomas P. Stafford, a Weatherford native, established this fund in order to financially assist students from Weatherford High School that will enter Southwestern Oklahoma State University.

Ed and Winnie Ola Berrong Scholarship: Senator Ed and Winnie Ola Berrong established this scholarship fund to provide assistance to students with a financial need.

R/B/G Kobel Memorial Fund: Established by Cecil Pettle, Executor of Estate of Glenna Kobel, according to her will. The earnings of the fund are to be used to fund a scholarship to a student in the home economics field. However, these are requests only and not mandatory restrictions on the Trustee.

Millie Alexander Thomas Memorial Scholarship Fund: A fund established by Goldie Alexander Friedrich and Arch Alexander in memory and honor of Millie A Thomas. The scholarship will be awarded to a student who has completed a minimum of 90 credit hours, with a home residence in Custer, Beckham, Washita, Dewey, Roger Mills, Greer, Kiowa or Caddo County.

Shannon Little Bird Memorial Scholarship: Established by Dutch and Sandy Little Bird as a memorial to their son, Shannon, to be awarded to deserving students that have participated in high school wrestling or football.

Hinkle Memorial Scholarship: Established by Edna Hansen in memory of her son-in-law, Leland Hinkle for a student from Watonga. The award is based on good grades, and financial need. Preference is given to a history major.

Eugene and Vera Stewart Scholarship: Scholarship funded by Eugene and Vera Stewart in order to provide assistance to incoming freshmen from Southwestern Oklahoma.

Jerry W. Grizzle And Shawn L Grizzle Endowment Fund: Established by Jerry W. and Shawn L. Grizzle, the income to be used for a scholarship awarded to the School of Business and the Department of Biology. Must be a full-time student, a U.S. citizen and credit to financial need may weigh in student evaluation.

Truman Smith Scholarship: Established by Truman Smith for a full time student in good standing that is a U.S. Citizen. Financial need will be considered.

W.D. and Bess Hibler Memorial Scholarship: A cash award established by Dr. Joe Anna Hibler in the memory of her parents, who were educators. The recipient must be a full time student, a U.S. citizen from Oklahoma, and be accepted into the School of Education. It will be funded on the basis of academic merit and need. The scholarship shall be funded to the student during their professional semester.

Harry and Lonetta Patterson Scholarship: Established by Shirley Patterson Hollingsworth Harrison in honor of Harry O. and Lonetta H. Patterson to be awarded to a Weatherford High School graduate. The scholarship is based on academic merit and need, and not to be used for athletic purposes.

Nadine Kaiser Memorial Scholarship: Annual scholarship awards are given in memory of Nadine Kaiser, a home economist and educator.

Brenda Lumpkin Memorial Scholarship: This fund was established by family and friends in memory of Brenda. This will be awarded to a history major.

Gary Russi Scholarship: This scholarship fund was established by Gary Russi. It is awarded to a pharmacy student who has been admitted to the School of Pharmacy. Must have a home residence in Oklahoma.

Don Weeks Fund: pending

Dr. Albert H. Gabriel Scholarship: This scholarship fund was established to commemorate the significant contributions of Dr. Gabriel to the School of Business and his leadership role in the development and organization of the MBA Program at SWOSU. It is awarded to a student who has been admitted into the MBA Program.

E. Friedrich III Memorial Scholarship: This scholarship fund was established by Goldie Friedrich. It is awarded to a Clinton High School senior.

Pansy Freeman Scholarship: This scholarship fund was established through the estate of Pansy Freeman in memory of Pansy, Orville, Charley and Lucille Freeman. This scholarship will be funded on basis of merit and need.

Telly Gatewood Memorial Scholarship: This scholarship fund was established in memory of Telly by his parents, Linda and Jimmy Gatewood. It will be awarded to a student from Jones High School; applications will be handled through that school.

Marion R. Dawson Memorial Scholarship: This scholarship was established by the Marion Dawson Estate. It will be awarded to a student who is a U.S. citizen with home residence in Oklahoma. It will be funded on the basis of academic merit and need.

William (Bill) Bennett and Jim D. Jones Memorial Fund: This scholarship fund was established by Linda Bennett and Ron Polston. It will be awarded to a student who in involved in campus organizations, a U.S. citizen with home residence in Western Oklahoma (west of Interstate 35), with preference given to students from schools classified as 2A or smaller. It will be funded on the basis of academic merit and need.

Nelson and Jane Sims Scholarship Fund: pending

Ann Gillingham Memorial Teaching Scholarship: A fund established by David L. (Red) Gillingham, husband of educator. To be awarded by the Classroom Teachers Association of the Hydro Eakly Public School to an elementary teacher, through grade eight, that has less than 10 years experience. Recipient to be randomly selected. It must be used within one year of the date of the award.

Burch (F.C., Emagene & Barbara) Memorial Scholarship: A fund established by Fred Burch, to be awarded to a full time student with a home residence in Oklahoma. The student must have a 3.0 GPA or better. It will be funded on the basis of academic merit and need.

Mark Berrong Family Scholarship: A fund established by Mark Berrong, to be awarded to a full time student. It will be funded on the basis of need or academic merit.

F.K. Buster Scholarship: A fund established by Eddie Tom Lakey to be awarded to a high school graduate of Cheyenne, Reydon or Hammon Schools of Roger Mills County that will be enrolling in the health or medical field. It will be funded on basis of academic merit and need.

Randy Beutler Scholarship: A fund established by Randy Beutler to be awarded to a full time history or history education major who is performing satisfactory work toward a degree.

Orbie Wilburn Memorial Scholarship: A fund established by Gary and Linda Wilburn in memory of their son to be awarded to a Weatherford High School graduate who has been an athlete. It will be funded on the basis of academic merit and need.

John W. Donley History Scholarship: A fund established by John W. Donley to be awarded to a full time student in good standing performing satisfactory work toward a history or history education degree.

Chesapeake Energy Corporation Scholarship: A fund established by Chesapeake for high school graduates from western and northwestern Oklahoma. The students must have a 3.0 GPA and exhibit academic and leadership qualities.

Great Plains National Bank Scholarship: A fund established by Great Plains National Bank to be awarded to high school graduates from Elk City, Mangum, Burns Flat and Cordell MidFirst Bank Scholarship: A fund established by MidFirst Bank to be awarded to a junior or senior earning a degree in business, preferably in finance. It must be awarded to a U.S. citizen with a home residence in Oklahoma and will be funded on the basis of merit and need.

Mark Mouse Memorial Scholarship: A fund established by Sheila Mouse in memory of her husband. It is to be awarded to an incoming freshman whose parent, grandparent or legal guardian is presently employed or retired as an Oklahoma public school employee. It must be awarded to a U.S. citizen and funded on academic merit and need.

Weatherford Community Scholarship: A fund established with sales tax dollars from the City of Weatherford. It is to be awarded to transfer students with a 3.25 GPA wo have completed an associate degree. Financial need may be a factor in the selection.

School of Business Scholarships

Dobson Communications Corporation Endowment Fund: This fund was established by Everett Dobson, President and CEO of Dobson Communication Corporation, for the general and unrestricted use of the School of Business.

K. B. Cornell Founders Scholarship: Established as a memorial to Dr. K. B. Cornell, the founder and first Chairman of the School of Business. This scholarship is awarded to an outstanding business student.

School of Business Scholarships: Departmental scholarships are presented annually from funds provided by donors to the School of Business. Scholarships awarded on competitive basis as determined by academic performance and leader-ship potential.

Ethel Grace Heinrich Wilson Memorial Scholarship: This scholarship was established by the Ethel Grace Heinrich Wilson Trust. It will be awarded to a student enrolled in the School of Business and be funded on the basis of academic merit and need.

Jim Horsburgh Scholarship: An accounting scholarship established by Giles Avriett in recognition of a former member of the School of Business faculty.

Billy Johnson Memorial Scholarship: Annual accounting scholarships are given in memory of Billy Johnson, a member of the accounting faculty from 1967 to 1980.

Frank and Shirley Polk Scholarship: Scholarship fund used to provide financial assistance for students in the School of Business. The fund was established by Frank Polk, a member of Southwestern’s Distinguished Alumni Hall of Fame and his wife, Shirley Douglas Polk.

Egerton Scholarship: A scholarship established by Dr. Roger Egerton, retired Marketing professor, to benefit a Marketing student. Western Oklahoma Bankers Association: This scholarship fund was established by a group of Western Oklahoma Bankers in order to provide scholarships for accounting or finance majors from the trade area of the participating banks.

Athletic Scholarships

Lester Bond Memorial Scholarship: Established by Ila Bond for a full time student in good standing that is a member of the SWOSU golf team.

Claude Hostetter Memorial Scholarship: A scholarship fund established to recognize the distinguished teaching and coaching career of Claude Hostetter.

Otis Delaporte Memorial Scholarship: The scholarship program was established by family, friends, and former players to recognize Coach Delaporte’s service as an outstanding football and golf coach at Southwestern (1964-1981).

Donald Roush Memorial Scholarship: A scholarship fund established by George Lowry as a memorial to his friend, Don Roush. Don was a 1936 graduate of Southwestern and was lost during a World War II bombing mission.

D. J. Witherspoon Scholarship: Scholarships are awarded from a fund established by D. J. Witherspoon. Mr. Witherspoon was one of the first elected to the Distinguished Alumni Hall of Fame.

J. Hamburger Baseball Scholarship: This scholarship fund was established by family and friends in memory of Jerry Hamburger to assist student athletes participating in baseball. Gorden “Cake” Gore Memorial Scholarship: This scholarship program was established by friends and former teammates to recognize Cake’s outstanding accomplishments as a college and professional athlete.

Joe Bailey Metcalf Memorial Scholarship: A memorial scholarship fund recognizing the contributions that Coach Metcalf made as a Southwestern football coach during the 1950’s.

Terry Groce Memorial Scholarship: This scholarship program was established in memory of Terry Groce, a former member of the SWOSU Rodeo Team. The program will provide scholarship assistance for members of the rodeo team.

Scott Monroe Memorial Scholarship: This scholarship program was established in memory of Scott Monroe. The program will provide scholarship assistance for members of the rodeo team.

Dixon McGowan Memorial Scholarship: This fund was established by Darwin and Peggy McGowan in memory of Dixon, their son. This fund will provide scholarship assistance for a member of the rodeo team.

Health, Physical Education & Recreation Scholarships

L. J. Van Horn Memorial Scholarship: Established by faculty, friends, and former students as a memorial to Dr. Van Horn, a long time Chairman of the Department of Health, Physical Education, and Recreation.

School of Education Scholarships

Harold and Kay Jackson Special Education Scholarship: A scholarship established by the Jacksons for a student who has been admitted to the School of Education. It is to be awarded to a student from Oklahoma, preference given to a student from Marlow. They must be a full time student in good standing and can be based on academic merit and need.

Wilbur and Goldie Hays Memorial Scholarship: A fund established by Robert J. Hays in memory of his parents. The scholarship is to be awarded to an elementary education major admitted to the School of Education having graduated from Weatherford, Thomas or Hydro High Schools. It will be funded on basis of academic merit and need.

Standifer and Ona Keas Scholarship: A scholarship established for the school of education. It is to be awarded to a U.S. citizen with a home residence in Oklahoma. To be based on merit and need, awarded to a student planning to enter the teaching or education administration field, graduate or undergraduate level.

Vicki N. Parks Memorial Scholarship: A fund established by family and friends of Vicki. It is to be awarded to a full time junior or senior elementary education major with minimum 3.0 GPA and be a U.S. citizen with a home residence in Oklahoma.

Kristi Rozell Memorial Scholarship: A scholarship program established in 1989 to honor the memory of Kristi Rozell. The fund was established by Kristi’s classmates, friends, and family to provide scholarship assistance for teacher education students at Southwestern.

Janzen-Jarvis Scholarship: The scholarship program provides assistance to students with special interest in service to the handicapped. The fund was established by Rudy and Gladys Janzen, members of the Southwestern Distinguished Alumni Hall of Fame.

Kathy Dick Simpson Scholarship: This scholarship program was established by James A. Dick in memory of his sister. The scholarships are awarded to women elementary education majors with a strong commitment to teaching.

Burcham Sisters Scholarship: Established by Grace and Pearl Burcham, Blanche Burcham Cox and Mable Burcham Hamburger to provide financial assistance for elementary education majors.

Sherman Garrison Memorial Scholarship Fund: Established by Edwardene Garrison for a full-time student and a U.S. citizen with home residence in Oklahoma. Credit to financial need may weigh in the student evaluation. Student must have been accepted into School of Education and maintain a minimum GPA of 2.5. Will be for 2 years, amount to be determined by the rate of earning.

Computer Science Scholarships

Computer Club Scholarship Fund: This fund was established by members of the Computer Club. Recipient must be a computer science major and have completed 64 hours.

Psychology Scholarships

Jerry Levy Memorial Scholarship: Established by Dr. Les Levy in honor of his father, Jerry. Recipient must be a psychology student, and is selected on the basis of need and academic performance by Dr. Levy and a committee.

Jim Blagowsky Memorial Scholarship: This fund was established in memory of Jim Blagowsky through contributions from many friends. It will provide scholarship assistance to a psychology student.

Les & Julia Levy Memorial Scholarship: This fund was established by Les Levy in memory of Julia. It will be awarded to a junior or senior psychology major.

Physics Scholarships

J. R. Pratt Physics Scholarship: A fund established by alumni, faculty, and faculty emeriti in memory of J. R. Pratt, a former chairman of the physics department. It is to provide financial assistance for students pursuing a major in physics.

McClelland Physics Scholarship: This fund is based on scholastic achievement and provides scholarship assistance for students pursuing a program in physics. The fund was established by George R. Pearson in memory of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur J. McClelland.

Benny J. Hill Physics Scholarship: This fund was established to benefit deserving students majoring in Physics or Engineering Physics at Southwestern Oklahoma State University. At least one scholarship will be awarded each year to outstanding Physics students. This award honors Dr. Benny J. Hill who was the chair of the Physics Department for 25 years. This fund was established by Mrs. Benny Hill and the Physics alumni.

Ray C. Jones Physics Scholarship: Thisscholarship is awarded each year to an outstanding Physics student. This award honors Dr. Ray C. Jones who taught at SWOSU for 32 years and was a perennial favorite among students. Funds are provided by generous donations from Dr. Jones’ family, students, and colleagues who wish to continue supporting the study of physics that he loved.

Chemistry Scholarships

John And Jacqueline Ludrick Career Teacher Scholarship: A fund established by John A. and Jacqueline H. Ludrick. It is to be awarded to a junior or senior student with at least a 3.0 GPA and home residence in Oklahoma. They must be working toward a teacher education degree in science, preferred having aspirations to complete an advanced teaching degree.

Dr. Ed Neparko Senior Chemist Award: This fund was established by Dr. Tom W. Davis. The award is to be presented to a senior chemistry student to be determined by the Chair in the Department of Chemistry.

Osborne Scholarship: A fund established by David C. and Janyce Rader Osborne. t is to be awarded to a sophomore, junior or senior student working toward a degree in chemistry. The student must be a U.S. citizen with home residence other than Oklahoma and have at least a 3.0 GPA. The student must also be a member in good standing in the Chemistry Club at SWOSU.

J. T. Cronin Scholarship: Two or three awards of $200 each for two semesters are awarded to chemistry majors at sophomore or junior standing. Recipients are selected by a faculty committee from those qualified students making application.

G. E. Castleberry Freshman Scholarship: This scholarship honors Dr. G. E. Castleberry, Faculty Emeritus of the Chemistry Department. It will be awarded each spring to a high ability incoming freshman chemistry major enrolling in Organic Chemistry I in the fall term. The recipient is selected by the Chemistry faculty. Applicants will be required to take a standardized exam whose score will be used as part of the selection process.

Earl Reynolds Memorial Scholarship: pending

Harold M. White Scholarship: pending

Music Scholarships

Orchestra Scholarship Fund: Established by friends and supporters of the music department for scholarships to full time students that are U.S. Citizens with home residence in Oklahoma. Award based on financial need.

Merle Taff Memorial Music Scholarship: A memorial to Merle Taff, former choral director of Southwestern. The scholarship is awarded to an outstanding vocal music major.

Ladd Memorial Music Scholarship: A memorial to Steve and Diana Ladd, graduates of Southwestern’s Department of Music. Dick Coy Memorial Music Scholarship: A memorial to Richard Coy, former band director of Southwestern. The scholarship is awarded to an outstanding instrumental music education major.

Malloy Memorial Music Scholarship: A memorial to Pat Malloy, a former band director from this region The scholarship is awarded annually to an outstanding instrumental music education major.

Mary Griffin Music Scholarship: Awarded to a full time student in good academic standing.

Ruth Nichols Memorial Scholarship: Established by the family of Ruth Nichols for a student majoring in vocal/keyboard music education.

Instrumental Music Alumni Memorial Scholarship Fund: Established by various donors in memory of alumni who were outstanding instrumental music educators. Recipients are outstanding majors in instrumental music education.

Marion R. Dawson Memorial Music Scholarship: This scholarship was established by the Marion R. Dawson Estate. It will be awarded to a music major, who is a U.S. citizen with home residence in Oklahoma. It will be funded on the basis of academic merit and need.

James & Alice Jurrens Scholarship: This scholarship established by James and Alice Jurrens, to be awarded to a music major who is a U.S. citizen. It will be funded on the basis of academic merit and need.

SWOSU Music Alumni Scholarship: A fund established by SWOSU music alumni. The award is to be awarded to a U.S. citizen who is a music major performing satisfactory work toward a degree, funded on academic merit and need.

Technology Scholarships

Dean Ainsworth Memorial Scholarship: This fund was established by Bettie Becker in memory of Dean.

Language Arts Scholarships

Ted Ray Pyle Scholarship: This memorial award is presented to a student who has demonstrated outstanding skill in writing. This award honors a former language arts faculty member.

Clarence and Pat Sturm Scholarship Fund: This scholarship benefits deserving students majoring in English, English Education, or Spanish at Southwestern Oklahoma State University.

Harry Mabry Forensic Award: A faculty committee selects the student outstanding in public speaking during the year to receive cash given by a former Southwestern Oklahoma State University student and debater.

Mary Hood Memorial Scholarship: Scholarships presented annually to outstanding English majors.

Gerry Henson Memorial Scholarship: This scholarship is presented annually to an outstanding English major.

Jo Hill Scholarship: This scholarship is presented to an outstanding English major. This award honors Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Deeds, the parents of Jo Hill.

Cedric Crink Memorial Scholarship: This scholarship is presented annually to an outstanding speech-theater major who is active in the forensics program.

Leroy Thomas Scholarship: Established by Mrs. Leroy Thomas in memory of her husband, Leroy. Awarded to an English major that is a full time student and a U. S. Citizen. Academic merit and extra-curricular activities are considered.

Elby Ward Threadgill & Edward Threadgill Scholarship: Established by the Elby Ward Threadgill Estate. The scholarship will be awarded to a full time student with home residence in Oklahoma who is a junior or senior Language Arts major with at least a 2.5 GPA. It will be funded on basis of academic merit and need.

Language Arts Department Scholarship: These scholarships are awarded annually to outstanding students majoring in English.

Molly Strickler Memorial Scholarship Fund: This fund was established by family and friends in memory of Molly. This fund will provide assistance to communication arts majors.

Sayre Campus Scholarships

William and June Stovall Scholarship: William and June Stovall have founded this scholarship to assist students from SWOSU at Weatherford or Sayre. Students who are eligible to apply are residents of Beckham County and Western Oklahoma.

L. L. “Red” Males Scholarship: The children of L. L. “Red” Males established this scholarship fund in memory of their father. Students who are residents of Roger Mills County transferring from SWOSU Sayre Campus to the Weatherford Campus may be eligible to apply. This scholarship is a continuing scholarship provided that the recipient maintains a specified grade point average.

Interbank of Sayre: Awarded to a full time student on the Sayre Campus. Must be a U. S. Citizen. Financial need and academic merit are considered.

Cecil & Gladys Lewis Scholarship: This fund was established by the Cecil and Gladys Lewis Estate. It will be awarded to a Sayre student from Beckham or Roger Mills Counties.

Andy and Dora Farmer Memorial Scholarship: This fund was established by the children of the Farmers. The scholar-ship is available to all full time students on the Sayre Campus, being a U.S. citizen with a home residence in Oklahoma. It is based on financial need.

School of Nursing Scholarships

Winona Madison Nursing Scholarship: The scholarship program was established by Dr. and Mrs. Robert O. Raulston in recognition of the distinguished forty-one year nursing career of Winona Madison. The perpetual fund will provide scholarship assistance for junior and senior nursing students.

Southwestern Memorial Hospital Scholarship: This scholarship provides financial assistance to academically successful students with financial need, in either the Division of Nursing or Allied Health Sciences. The student must have completed a minimum of 60 hours for Medical Tech. or Allied Health or been formally admitted to Nursing or Health Information Management programs.

Charlene Carrol Dopson Nursing Scholarship: This scholarship was established by Chester Ray Dopson to honor his late wife, Charlene Carrol Dopson, a graduate of Clinton Hospital School of Nursing. Awarded to a junior or senior level nursing major. Must have a 2.5 GPA on all completed course work. Financial need will be considered.

Evelyn Huebert Shephard Nursing Scholarship: This scholarship fund was established by Evelyn Shephard. It will be awarded to a junior or senior nursing major with a home residence in Oklahoma. Financial need will be considered. Nursing School Alumni of The Clinton Hospital, Clinton, Oklahoma, 1911-1963 Fund: This scholarship was established by Alumni of the Clinton Hospital Nursing School. The scholarship will be awarded to a junior or senior nursing major. Student must be a U.S. citizen with home residence in Oklahoma. Financial need will be considered.

Beverly Cook, R.N., Memorial Scholarship: This scholarship was established by Towana L. Ernst. It will be awarded to a female senior level nursing student. They must have reached their 40th birthday prior to initiating the Bachelor of Science in Nursing and it must have been a career field change for the student.

Biology Scholarships

Mary Miller Memorial: An annual award from the estate of the late Mary Miller is presented to a student who has demonstrated outstanding academic achievement in wildlife studies.

James Brown Memorial Scholarship: A scholarship program established as a memorial to James Brown, a 1978 pre-med graduate. The fund is designed to provide financial assistance to pre-med students from Harper and Beaver counties.

Ryan Peters Memorial Fund: This fund was established by Casey Peters in memory of her husband. The scholarship will be awarded to a student pursuing a science or pre-med degree. They must be a U.S. citizen with a home residence in Oklahoma. It will be funded on the basis of academic merit and need.

Otis King Memorial Scholarship: This fund was established by Margaret King Wesner for full time students working toward a biology degree. They must be a U.S. citizen. It will be funded on the basis of academic merit and need.

Art Scholarships

Mary Beth and Lacy Noble, Jr. Art Scholarship: This fund was established by the Estate of Mary Beth Noble. It is awarded each year to outstanding art students.