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SWOSU Foundation
100 Campus Drive
Weatherford, OK 73096
Phone: (580) 774-3267
Fax: (580) 774-7055

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School of Business Scholarships

Dobson Communications Corporation Endowment Fund: This fund was established by Everett Dobson, President and CEO of Dobson Communication Corporation, for the general and unrestricted use of the School of Business.

K. B. Cornell Founders Scholarship: Established as a memorial to Dr. K. B. Cornell, the founder and first Chairman of the School of Business. This scholarship is awarded to an outstanding business student.

School of Business Scholarships: Departmental scholarships are presented annually from funds provided by donors to the School of Business. Scholarships awarded on competitive basis as determined by academic performance and leader-ship potential.

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.

Jim Horsburgh Scholarship: An accounting scholarship established by Giles Avriett in recognition of a former member of the School of Business faculty.

Billy Johnson Memorial Scholarship: Annual accounting scholarships are given in memory of Billy Johnson, a member of the accounting faculty from 1967 to 1980.

Frank and Shirley 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 Southwestern’s Distinguished Alumni Hall of Fame and his wife, Shirley Douglas Polk.

Egerton Scholarship: A scholarship established by Dr. Roger Egerton, retired Marketing professor, to benefit a Marketing student. Western Oklahoma Bankers Association: 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.