For questions about your scholarship, please call Financial Aid: 918-463-6310
President’s Leadership Class Scholarship – Deadline is March 1.
Regent’s Scholarship and Tuition Waiver– This is currently available for 2021.
Connors Development Foundation Scholarship – This is currently open and available for 2021. Deadline is March 1.
Plus One Scholarship – Deadline is November 30.
Bill & Betty Acord Scholarship – This scholarship is only available for the Spring 2022 Semester. Deadline is January 31.
American Indian Science and Engineering Society (AISES) Scholarship closes March 31st – The mission of AISES is to increase the representation of American Indians in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) and one of the ways we meet this mission is to provide non-need-based scholarships and internships to qualified Native students in higher education. *AISES Membership is now free for pre-college and college students.
American Indian Science and Engineering Society (AISES) Internship Closes February 28th and 29th – The mission of AISES is to increase the representation of American Indians in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) and one of the ways we meet this mission is to provide non-need-based scholarships and internships to qualified Native students in higher education. *AISES Membership is now free for pre-college and college students.
Castle Ink’s Green Scholarship – This $2500 scholarships is for students who are United States citizens or permanent residents with a minimum 2.5 Grade Point Average.
Connors Choice Scholarship – This scholarship is available for full-time and part-time students. Preference will be given to non-traditional students and those who demonstrate a financial need. This scholarship is valued at up to half tuition for a maximum of 12 hours per semester, for up to two consecutive semesters. This scholarship is available for Oklahoma residents only and is limited to up to 100 accepted students. – Deadline was March 1st – link will re-open in September for 2019 applicants
Hasbrook Scholarship – In a 750 word essay, detail a time where you suffered a serious injury. Explain the comeback process and the strides you made along the way and how this experience affected your outlook on life? Deadline March 31st
Help Johnny Scholarship – This $5000 scholarship is available to any student that is 19 years or under, as of October 25, 2010 and is renewable.
Horatio Alger Association Scholarship – Up to $2500 to pursue Career or Technical Education. Priority deadline June 15, 2018.
Jaycee Foundation of Oklahoma, INC – The Jaycee Foundation of Oklahoma is honored to present scholarships to individuals continuing their education.
Muskogee Rotary Scholarship Application – The Muskogee Rotary Scholarship is to provide an opportunity to assist Non-Traditional Students to fund their post-secondary education for 2 semesters at Connors State College.
Greater Muskogee Manufacturers Alliance Education Scholarship Application – The GMMA Education Scholarship was created by Muskogee-area manufacturers who recognize that a skilled workforce is critical for their future. The goal of the GMMA Education Scholarship is to assist individuals in attending vocational or technical programs to improve their education and manufacturing skillsets. The GMMA Education Scholarship is awarded to students of any age who are pursuing vocational or technical studies related to manufacturing and affiliated fields of study.
Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education Scholars for Excellence in Child Care (Scholars) Program – – This scholarship is available to child care providers working full time in child care in Oklahoma for courses in child development. This scholarship is renewable and is for 70% tuition and fees and 100% of books. (See application for eligibility requirements.)
Pfizer’s Scholarship Award – This $2000 scholarship is available to high school senior who has applied to college or a freshman, sophomore, or junior in college.
Wyatt F. & Mattie M. Jeltz Scholarship – The Wyatt F. & Mattie M. Jeltz Scholarship was established to provide assistance to young Black-Americans displaying strong academic ability, to acquire an education and better life. Awards can go to both traditional and non-traditional students.
A full list of Outside Government and Non-Government Scholarship opportunities is available here.