**Please note: institutional scholarship funds are limited. Meeting the application deadline and fulfilling application requirements does not guarantee an award of scholarship funds.**
The OU Dependent Child Tuition Waiver, or DCTW, Program enhances tuition assistance options by providing a full resident tuition waiver for full-time undergraduate students who are children of employees and who are properly enrolled as dependents in the University's medical insurance plan.
Complete details, including the benefits, eligibility criteria, and the application process can be found here.
See the 2015-2016 OU Scholarship Guide for a complete listing of general/departmental scholarships. For additional information on institutional scholarships, contact the HSC Admissions Office or your college's Student Affairs office.
A new application process for HSC students is coming in Spring 2016.
All students apply by completing the FAFSA. Eligible students will be considered each year as long as they remain in good academic standing. Funds are awarded on a first-come, first-served basis and typically exhausted by March 1.
Full-time University of Oklahoma employees who are enrolled in regular coursework at any OU campus are eligible for a tuition benefit that waives partial tuition and several fees. Please visit here for more details.
Graduate and undergraduate applicants must have demonstrated financial need due to a family member who is afflicted with a neurological disease or disorder. Applicants should submit documentation of the illness with information regarding how the illness has affected the student financially.
The application process begins here on the Common OU Scholarship Application. Students log in using their HSC user name and password. In the "Scholarship Specific Questions" section, responses to questions 5a and 5b are used to determine initial eligibility.
The Physicians Manpower Training Commission's mission is to enhance medical care in rural and underserved areas by administering scholarship incentive programs for medical and nursing personnel. For application and deadline information that is specific to medical students, interns, and residents, to nursing students, and to physician assistant students, please visit www.pmtc.ok.gov or call 405/843-5667.
**Medical student scholarship applications are currently being accepted for students intending to practice in the area of Primary Care (specifically Family Medicine, Pediatrics, Ob/Gyn, General Internal Medicine, and Emergency Medicine) in communities outside the Oklahoma City or Tulsa metropolitan statistical areas. Funding is $15,000 per year, tax free.**
The Tulsa County Medical Society Scholarship Program encourages the participation of medical students in leadership activities in both the community and organized medicine in order to cultivate physician leaders of the future. To be eligible to apply, applicants must be a legal resident of the Tulsa metro area for at least the 5 previous years, must be enrolled at the OUHSC College of Medicine, and may be in their second, third, or fourth years. Please find the application here. Applications are also available from the Tulsa County Medical Society, 5315 S. Lewis Avenue, Tulsa, Oklahoma, 74105, by calling 918/743-6184, or by email. Completed applications must be received by the Tulsa County Medical Society office no later than July 1, 2015 and recipients will be notified in September.
Below are several scholarship that are specific to the students on the Tulsa Schusterman campus. Please contact Lauren McKinney at OU-Tulsa Student Affairs Office, 1C76, 4502 East 41st Street, Tulsa, OK 74135, 918/660-3108 for application and deadline information.
Applications for scholarships from NHSC are now available. To request a NHSC scholarship application please visit their web site, National Health Service Corps (NHSC).
For loan repayment and employment opportunities with the Indian Health Services, please click here.
There are many scholarship opportunities available. The list below details just a few of the many places to start when searching for scholarship funds.
NOTE: If it sounds too good to be true, it usually is. This applies to scholarships as well. Recognize and protect yourself from the most common scholarship scams. The #1 tip: If you have to pay money to get money, it's probably a scam.