Important Information

Each scholarship application you fill out represents YOU, the applicant. If the application is sloppy, dirty or incomplete it sends a message to the selection committee about you. Presentation is important, and the following tips can make a critical difference in whether you receive a scholarship.

  1. READ the application instructions carefully before filling out an application.  If in doubt ASK!
  2. TYPE your application. If you do print, do it VERY NEATLY and legibly. Use black ink. Many times scholarship applications are copied for committee members to review and colored ink does not copy properly.
  3. PROVIDE ALL information that the application requires. Double check your application before handing it in to assure that everything required is there.
  4. PROOFREAD everything you write. Poor grammar and spelling send a negative message about your academic abilities and work habits.
  5. DEADLINES are crucial. Know when the application must be turned in and have it in on time or better yet- early! 
  6. STUDY! Good grades indicate you are a serious and deserving student.

2016-2017 General Scholarship Application

All Applicants



If you have not yet applied for admission, please do so here before completing this scholarship application.









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Personal Statement

For top consideration, provide a one page essay explaining your interest in the degree program you have chosen and why you believe you are deserving and/or in financial need of a scholarship. This statement is equivalent to an interview. You may submit your essay by typing it in the box below or you may attach a Microsoft Word or pdf document with your personal statement. If you submit an attachment, please be sure the attachment has your name in the upper right hand corner so that it may be matched to your application accurately.

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Please include your name in the upper right corner of your essay for full consideration.


PLUS App Only

Applicants for the PLUS scholarship must submit a resume describing extra curricular activities and a one page typed essay describing your most meaningful leadership experience and how will this experience help you to contribute to Cameron. You must also submit three reference letters to the Office of Admissions: 1) one from a counselor or principal 2) one from a teacher 3) one from someone who can detail your leadership potential or experience. The PLUS scholarship has a FIRM application deadline of February 1st. For more information, visit www.cameron.edu/plus.


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Contact Info

301 N Shepler
2800 W Gore Blvd
Lawton, OK 73505
(580) 581-2293
(580) 581-2295
(580) 581-2556 fax
financialaid@cameron.edu