Scholarships FAQs

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Do You Have Scholarship Questions? We've Got Answers!

You can apply for scholarships online. The scholarship deadlines are listed on the scholarship page under your student type. Some deadlines are as early as December 1st so don't delay! For more information, visit theOffice of Scholarships website.

The President's Leadership Class is a unique scholarship program designed to cultivate outstanding potential in proven student leaders. Applicants for the PLC should display outstanding leadership capabilities and must have an exceptionally strong academic record. They also must have at least a 3.25 GPA and a 20 ACT composite. The deadline to apply is February 1st. You can view the yearly award amount and other information on the Freshmen Scholarship page. If you have additional questions about the PLC, please contact the Office of Scholarships at 918-444-3471.

The Honors Program at Northeastern State University is a challenging educational option for academically talented students who enjoy learning. Honor students work with distinguished faculty members and peers in enhanced courses, pursue independent research, and participate in co-curricular cultural experiences. One of the benefits of being an Honors Student can include receiving one of our three academic honors scholarships. Students must have a minimum of a 3.5 GPA and a 28 ACT composite to apply. The deadline to apply is February 1st. You can view the yearly award amount and other information on the Freshmen Scholarship page. If you have additional questions about Honors Scholarships, please contact the Office of Scholarships at 918-444-3471.

Yes, we do have a few different tiers of our Tulsa Achieves Transfer Scholarships. Students who have completed or are on track to complete the Tulsa Achieves Program can apply. Please visit our Transfer Scholarship page to view all of the scholarship options available to new transfer students. If you have additional questions about our Transfer Scholarships, please contact the Office of Scholarships at 918-444-3471.

Yes, we do have a Phi Theta Kappa Transfer Scholarship. Students who are active members of the Phi Theta Kappa Honors Society can apply. Please visit our Transfer Scholarship page to view all of the scholarship options available to new transfer students. If you have additional questions about our Transfer Scholarships, please contact the Office of Scholarships at 918-444-3471.

Out-of-state students are students who are residents of any state other than Oklahoma NOT admitted as in-state. When you are admitted as an out-of-state student you are charged an additional tuition cost and that may seem a bit overwhelming but don't be discouraged! We have several scholarship opportunities for out-of-state students! Please visit the Out-of-State Scholarships page for a list of our non-resident tuition waivers and their requirements. If you have additional questions about our Out-of-State Scholarships, please contact the Office of Scholarships at 918-444-3471.

Yes! NSU will "stack" your Oklahoma's Promise scholarships with our academic and institutional scholarships and tuition waivers to help you get the most out of your financial aid. For more information, visit Oklahoma's Promise at NSU.

Absolutely! You can check out our Outside Scholarships page to view tips and tricks on finding scholarships, a list of search engines and apps you can use to look for scholarships, and we also have a list of scholarships that we know are legit that you can browse through. You can also check out our Center for Tribal Studies American Indian Scholarships page as well. They list several outside scholarships that native students can apply for and also a list of all of the tribes, their contact information, and their application deadlines for each term.

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