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Scholarships for International Students

For questions on OU scholarships listed below contact Patsy Broadway at pbroadway@ou.edu.

OU Scholarships in the Centralized Academic Scholarship Hub (CASH)

There are many OU scholarships at the new Centralized Academic Scholarship Hub (CASH). The new system allows current students to apply for most OU scholarships in one central location, with one deadline.

SCHOLARSHIP

CRITERIA

Cleo Cross Scholarship

International Student

Sue Williams Service Award

International Student

Paul & Rose Sharp Scholarship

International Student

OU Scholarships and Awards outside of Centralized Academic Scholarship Hub

These scholarships must be applied for individually.

SCHOLARSHIP

CRITERIA

Greenberg Scholarship

International Student from Denmark, Finland, Norway or Sweden enrolled in a degree-seeking program.  

Farzaneh Family Scholarship for Iranian Students

Iranian students with a significant financial need.

 

 

International Student Emergency Relief Scholarship

The International Student Emergency Relief Scholarship is administered by the David L. Boren College of International Studies to provide emergency assistance to international students who have experienced emergencies leading to unexpected financial obligations they are unable to meet with their available financial resources. Amounts awarded typically do not exceed $1,000. This scholarship is awarded once to a qualified individual during his/her academic career at the University of Oklahoma. This scholarship is granted on a rolling basis.

Other (Non-OU) Scholarships

Norman Lions Club International: International Student of the Month

The Norman Lions Club provides a $200 scholarship to an exceptional international student from the University of Oklahoma during the months of October, November, February, March and April. The goals of this program are to increase the diversity of the Norman Lions Club weekly meetings and ensure that international students become exposed to one of a number of service clubs that represent a unique aspect of American culture.  Contact Mary Beth Polk for more information.