Scholarships awarded through the University Foundation are identified with an (F) following the description. Information and applications for Foundation scholarships may be obtained from the Office of Institutional Advancement (Burton House). All other scholarships and awards are administered by organizations, academic departments, and schools. Students can pick up a scholarship application in the School of Business and Technology Administrative Assistant office (Stafford building-room 334). Scholarship selections will be made each spring for the following fall and spring semesters.

Baird, Kurtz, & Dobson Scholarship

Established for accounting students by Baird, Kurtz, & Dobson through matching funds of employee contributions. (F)

Billy Johnson Memorial Scholarship

Annual Accounting scholarships are given in memory of Billy Johnson, a member of the Accounting faculty from 1967 to 1980. (F)

Ethel Grace Heinrich Wilson Memorial Scholarship

This scholarship was established by the Ethel Grace Heinrich Wilson Trust. It will be awarded to a student enrolled in the School of Business and be funded on the basis of academic merit and need. (F)

Frank and Shirley (Douglas) Polk Scholarship

Scholarship fund used to provide financial assistance for students in the School of Business. The fund was established by Frank Polk, a member of SWOSU’s Distinguished Alumni Hall of Fame and his wife Shirley Douglas Polk. (F)

Jim Horsburgh Scholarship

An Accounting scholarship fund established by Giles Avriett in recognition of a former member of the School of Business faculty. (F)

K.B. Cornell Founders Scholarship

Established as a memorial to Dr. K. B. Cornell, the founder and first Chair of the School of Business. This scholarship is awarded to an outstanding business student. (F)

Western Oklahoma Bankers Association Scholarship

This scholarship fund was established by a group of western Oklahoma bankers in order to provide scholarships for Accounting or Finance majors from the trade area of the participating banks. (F)

Computer Club Scholarship Fund

This fund was established by members of the Computer Club. Recipient must be a Computer Science major and have completed 64 hours. (F)

United States Achievement Award Scholarship


You are eligible to apply for USAA scholarships granted regionally by the United States Achievement Academy. To apply, you should complete the Scholarship Application Form and return the application to the USAA office. Your Scholarship Application Form will be sent as soon as we receive your biographical data information. Prompt return of your biographical data form will give you an opportunity to apply for the scholarship program - please send your data form in today.

Yearbook Publication

As a USAA winner, you can have your biography and picture in this nationally acclaimed publication with the nation's other top students. This bound publisher's edition is a tribute to you and America's students selected by their faculty members. Your USAA Award is one of the highest awards you could receive. Your nomination was made by your teacher - the person who would best know your talents. It is a great tribute to your dedication, talent and ability to be selected for the Award and opportunity for permanent recognition in the official Yearbook. The official Yearbook will enable you to treasure this accomplishment for years to come. Although your biography can be published without obligation, you may order your personal copy of the Yearbook with your picture and biography or just your biography (see order information).

Other SWOSU Scholarships

For more scholarships available at SWOSU, visit the Student Financial Services site.