Cameron University student receives scholarship from Wyatt F. and Mattie M. Jeltz Scholarship Foundation

Cameron University student Teresa Canada, a junior from Lawton, received a scholarship from The Wyatt F. and Mattie M. Jeltz Scholarship Foundation, located in Oklahoma City. Foundation Trustee Chairman Dr. James L. Mosley presented the scholarship during a visit to the CU campus. Canada is pursuing a Bachelor of Science in criminal justice with a minor in pre-law.

Wyatt F. and Mattie M. Jeltz were African American Oklahomans who devoted their lives to education, employment opportunities and community service until their deaths in 1975 and 1977, respectively. They were vitally interested in assisting young people who display strong academic ability to acquire an education and a better life.

The Foundation provides scholarships for minority students to pay college related expenses such as tuition, fees, room and board, books and supplies, loan repayment, etc. To be eligible, a student must be enrolled full-time in an Oklahoma accredited college and have earned 30 credit hours with a cumulative grade point average of at least 2.8. Financial need and good character are also criteria to be considered.

To explore scholarship and other funding options, contact the CU Office of Financial Assistance at 580-581-2293.



March 10, 2017