|Scholarship||Type||Amount||Requirements||How to Apply||Priority Date|
|CU International Club Student Scholarship||Non-institutional award||$500/semester, $1000/year||
Complete the application and submit with all required documents to the International Student Office no later than the last Friday in July.
|No later than last Friday in July|
|Fulbright-Helvey Foundation Scholarship||Fulbright-Helvey Foundation||$750 - Spring Semester||
Contact the office of Financial aid for an application..
On the FERPA waiver, under "Other person(s), agency(ies), institution(s) or organization(s) to whom my records may be released" please include FULBRIGHT-HELVEY FOUNDATION.
|Lawton Noon Lions 4-yr Scholarship||The Lawton Noon Lions Club supports students at our local university (Cameron) through its scholarship program. The scholarships will be awarded to those individuals considered by the Scholarship Committee to be most deserving based on academics, ability, and civic activities.||$6,000||
1. Must be a first-time freshman attending Cameron University.
2. Must be pursuing a baccalaureate degree.
3. Scholarship committee will evaluate applicants based on academics, ability, and civic activities.
4. Must maintain full-time status and 3.0 GPA.
|February 1st, Annually|
|Lawton Noon Lions Club Annual Scholarship||The Lawton Noon Lions Club supports the education of individuals through its scholarship program. The scholarships will be awarded to those individuals considered by the Scholarship Committee to be most deserving based on academics, ability, and civic activities.||Varies||
Must be enrolled full-time or part-time at either Cameron University or Great Plains Technology Center
The scholarships will be awarded to those individuals considered by the Scholarship Committee to be the most deserving based on academics, ability, and civic activities.
Please mail completed application to:
|OK-AHEAD Scholarships||OK-AHEAD’s purpose is to further full participation for individuals with disabilities in Oklahoma post-secondary education through collaboration, information dissemination, advocacy, professional and policy development, and research. Oklahoma Association on Higher Education and Disability continues its mission for disability service providers and the students they serve. OK-AHEAD is a state affiliate of AHEAD, a premier professional association for individuals serving students with disabilities in higher education.||$500||
Completed application packets may be sent to the following address:
OK-AHEAD Scholarship Committee
c/o Brenda Dawes
OK ABLE Tech
Oklahoma State University Wellness Center
|March 1 - Annually|
|Oklahoma's Promise/OHLAP||Oklahomans want to see deserving students succeed – students who study and work hard, but whose families find it difficult to afford college. Ok's Promise is designed to help these students make it happen financially.||Varies||
See website for details.More Info on Oklahoma's Promise/OHLAP
|The Lawton Community Foundation||The Lawton Community Foundation is an affiliate of the Oklahoma City Community Foundation. Donors and organizations have established various scholarship and award funds for the benefit of Lawton area students.||Varies||
|More Info on The Lawton Community Foundation||Varies|
|Wyatt F. and Mattie M. Jeltz Memorial Scholarship||award||
Minority student, full-time, accumulated 30 credit hours, college gpa of 2.8 or higher
Complete application and submit it to the Wyatt F. and Mattie M. Jeltz Memorial Scholarship Foundation.More Info on Wyatt F. and Mattie M. Jeltz Memorial Scholarship
|August 15 and December 20|