Gather Here. Go Far

NSU is where success begins. Here professors know their subjects and how to get you ready for a career after you graduate. We empower individuals to become socially responsible global citizens by creating and sustaining a culture of learning and discovery.

Gather Here. Go Far

NSU is where success begins. Here professors know their subjects and how to get you ready for a career after you graduate. We empower individuals to become socially responsible global citizens by creating and sustaining a culture of learning and discovery.

Gather Here. Go Far

NSU is where success begins. Here professors know their subjects and how to get you ready for a career after you graduate. We empower individuals to become socially responsible global citizens by creating and sustaining a culture of learning and discovery.

Gather Here. Go Far

NSU is where success begins. Here professors know their subjects and how to get you ready for a career after you graduate. We empower individuals to become socially responsible global citizens by creating and sustaining a culture of learning and discovery.

Gather Here. Go Far

NSU is where success begins. Here professors know their subjects and how to get you ready for a career after you graduate. We empower individuals to become socially responsible global citizens by creating and sustaining a culture of learning and discovery.

Outside Scholarships

Searching for outside scholarships can be daunting. Here are some helpful tips & resources (listed in the tabs above) to get you started in your search.

Assessing a Scholarship

Be sure to review the Federal Trade Commission's Scholarship and Financial Aid Scams consumer information article before you begin.

Tips to help you avoid scams:

  • Avoid search tools that require you to provide an email address or physical address unless it is clear that they do not provide that information to third parties (opt out of third party sharing if possible).
  • Make an email address that is dedicated only to the scholarship search engine profiles to avoid getting overwhelmed with spam in your personal account.
  • Keep your own notes with information on the scholarships you are interested in, their deadlines, the application components, award amounts, and eligibility criteria. It is important to have all this info consolidated, especially if you are using multiple search tools.
  • Beware of sweepstake scholarships where you have to sign up for different sites (and subject yourself to spam) in order to apply. 

Legitimate Scholarships Typically..

  1. Require essays or at least a few short-answer responses
  2. Require additional support such as transcripts, SAT/ACT scores and recommendation letters
  3. Have minimum GPA requirements-though there are some exceptions to this
  4. Are rewarded once or twice per year

Scholarships that are most likely a scam usually..

  1. 100 characters or less for your essay
  2. Commonly use the term sweepstakes, drawing, or random selection
  3. Have zero requirements aside from entering your basic information
  4. Asks for your social security number (the FAFSA is the only legitimate site that should ask for this)
  5. Asks for personal financial information (credit card or bank account info)
  6. Are rewarded weekly or monthly
  7. Have an application fee
  8. Do not list their contact information (email address, phone number, mailing address (Not a PO Box))
  9. No proof of past winners
  10. They will do the work for you
  11. Scholarship awarded for attending a seminar
  12. List a mail drop for return address
  13. You were selected but never entered
  14. “Everybody is eligible”
  15. Unclaimed scholarship awards
  16. Typing and spelling errors

What to do About a Scholarship Scam?

Despite your best efforts, you may still encounter a scholarship scam in your search for college aid. If you do run into a scam, or what you suspect to be a scam, there are several agencies to which you can report the company:

Education Verification Documents & Payment

If the scholarship you are applying for needs to verify your financial aid awards or enrollment information or you need to know where the outside scholarship source needs to mail your payment you can find that information here:

If financial aid verification is requested from NSU, please contact:

Office of Student Financial Services
715 North Grand Ave
Tahlequah, OK 74464
Phone: 918-444-3456
Toll Free: (800) 722-9614
Monday-Friday 8 am-5 pm

If enrollment verification is requested, you can request this form on your goNSU:

Click on the Student tab, in the Academic & Registration box on the right, click Enrollment Verification Request.

If you have any issues with the online request contact:
Office of the Registrar
Phone: (918) 444-2208
Toll Free: (800) 722-9614
Monday-Friday 8 am-5 pm

If you have issues logging in, make sure you are logged into both your NSU email and goNSU. 

Please send all outside scholarship payments to:

Office of the Bursar
601 North Grand Avenue
Tahlequah, OK 74464
Phone: (918) 444-2160
Monday-Friday 8 am-5 pm


Other College/Money Resources

General College Information Sites:


Scholarship Mobile Apps to Download:

Scholarship Owl
College Hunch



Here you'll find a comprehensive list of outside scholarships. We encourage you to look into all of the scholarships that relate to you. Requirements and deadlines vary on each scholarship.

* Disclaimer: These scholarships are listed for awareness purposes only and not considered endorsements by the Northeastern State University. Be sure to look through our tricks and tips to avoid any scams you may encounter. 

Scholarship Opportunities

American Association of School Personnel Administrators - Leon Bradley Scholarship Program 

  • The Leon Bradley Scholarship Program was established to encourage more minorities or persons of color to enter the field of teaching and school leadership. The American Association of School Personnel Administrators (AASPA) believes that it is beneficial for all students to experience diversity among the educators who serve as role models for our students. 
  • AASPA will annually award up to two scholarships to assist a minority candidate seeking his/her initial teaching certification endorsement. Each scholarship will be given in the amount of $3,500.00. Candidates will be eligible for the award if they are in their final year of completing certification/endorsement requirements, including student teaching if applicable.
  • Deadline: May 31st

American Optometric Association (Pre-Optometry) Grants 

  • To promote diversity and equity in the optometric profession for generations to come, the American Optometric Association (AOA) and the American Optometric Student Association (AOSA) have created the AOA/AOSA Opportunities in Optometry Grant program. This fund is designed as a one-time stipend for under-represented minority students interested in the field of optometry to help defray the costs associated with applying to optometry school.
  • Multiple grants of $1,500 each will be awarded annually to students who are chosen by the selection committee. Two rounds of grants will be awarded in 2023 in February and April. 
  • Eligibility Criteria
    • Must be a US citizen, permanent resident or DACA recipient
    • Must be a member of one of the following ethnic groups that are currently underrepresented in the optometry professions when compared to overall representation in the United States: African American/Black, Hispanic/Latino or Native American/Alaska Native
    • Must be a student at a four-year, accredited institution within the US, carrying the minimum requirements as stated for program per semester/quarter, or have completed undergraduate degree with optometry prerequisites
    • A 2.75 or greater GPA is suggested (if you do not meet this requirement, please see the application checklist on website)
  • Deadline: April 1st

Beta Sigma Phi, Mu Omega Scholarship ("A Hand Up")

Eligibility Requirements: 

  • The scholarship is for women, age 21 or over, who might need "A Hand Up."
  • Examples for possible applications:
    • A woman that may have previously attended an Institution of Higher Education/Technical School but could no longer continue due to life circumstances.
    • Someone who hopes to further their education but needs a little financial assistance.
    • A student currently enrolled in school but is struggling with financial hardship.
  • Scholarship is $500 per term for a total of two terms.
  • To receive an application and more information on the scholarship, please email:
  • Deadline: June 30th

ASIST Scholarship

Eligibility Requirements: 

  • The ASIST Scholarship is a non-discriminatory, educational scholarship program for the benefit of nontraditional students pursuing an associates, bachelor or master’s degree, or a technical/professional certification. These include persons who are:
    • Past high school age and who are entering a college, university, or trade school and/or the workforce for the first time
    • Non-traditional students already enrolled in a college, university, or trade school program
    • Re-training due to changes in the workplace
  • Deadline: March 25th

Cleanup Expert Scholarship Program

Eligibility Requirements: 

  • United States Citizen
  • High school seniors who have been accepted to an accredited US College OR students currently enrolled at an accredited US college
  • Have a minimum GPA of 3.0
  • Deadline December 31st

Communities Foundation of Oklahoma

Eligibility Requirements: 

  • Simply create an account and apply for nearly 200 scholarship opportunities for students across the state of Oklahoma which includes a TCC to 4-year university Mechanical Engineering Scholarship. 
  • Scholarship amounts vary from $250-$28,000
  • Deadline: March 26th.


Completing the Dream Scholarship Program

Sallie Mae Fund, Inc. in partnership with Thurgood Marshall College Fund, is offering 200 scholarships to students completing a two-year, four-year, or trade/vocational certificate/Certification program

Eligibility Requirements: 

  • Enrolled at an accredited post-secondary
    institution or in a continuous education program
  • Anticipated completion of postsecondary
    education program in 2024-2025
  • Have an unpaid school balance up to $2,500
  • Current cumulative grade point average of
    2.75 or higher
  • Be a U.S. citizen or legal permanent resident
    with a valid permanent resident card or
    passport stamped I-551
  • Be a candidate from an underserved
    community or a diverse candidate, which
    may include Gender, Race, Ability, and/or Ethnicity
  • Demonstrated leadership, good moral character
    in all aspects of life, including personal,
    professional, educational, in your
    community, and online presence
  • Award: Up to $2,500 for the 2024-25 academic school year.
  • Deadline: December or until all scholarships have been awarded. 

The Degen Foundation - Medical Education Scholarships

Eligibility Requirements: 

  • Applicants should reside or be from the 7-county area the Foundation serves (Crawford,
    Franklin, Logan, Sebastian and Scott Counties in Arkansas; Leflore & Sequoyah Counties in
  • Applicants must take a minimum of 5 credit hours per the regular Fall & Spring
  • Have a minimum GPA of 3.0
  • High School graduates are no longer eligible to apply. Applicants must have completed their
    “pre-program” courses and be accepted into their medical field program of choice. 
  • If currently employed in the medical field, continuous employment is preferred
  • Generally, both criteria are expected to be met but the Selection Committee would have the discretion for the applicant to meet only one of the criteria if they deem it appropriate.
  • Deadline March 31st

Fold of Honors Scholarship

Eligibility Requirements: 

  • Application window February 1 – March 31
  • Value of the scholarship: $5,000 per academic year, not to exceed $2,500 per semester  
  • Number of Awards: Varies each year   
  • Who can apply: our scholarship is open to any child or spouse whose service member has either fallen or has a combined service-connected disability rating through the VA.   
  • There is no major requirement; student must be attending an accredited college, university, technical program  
  • Open to applicants pursuing their first degree, certificate or license, post-graduate work, such as a master’s degree or doctorate, or a second bachelor’s degree or trade/technical program certificate 

GPACAC Scholarships

Eligibility Requirements: 

  • High school students from Nebraska, Kansas, and Oklahoma.
  • GPA: Varies
  • Amount: Varies
  • Deadline: February 15th

The Hagan Scholarship

The Hagan Scholarship provides up to $7,500 each semester for up to 8 consecutive semesters, workshops to learn important life skills not typically covered in the college curriculum, funds to purchase college essentials, an HSF Schwab Brokerage Account to manage, funds to study and travel abroad, and the opportunity to extend the Hagan Scholarship to obtain a graduate or professional degree.

Eligibility Requirements: 

  • Must be a U.S. Citizen or have a Permanent Resident Card (Green Card).
  • Must attend a high school located in the United States. Can be a public, private, charter, magnet, or STEM school.
  • Must be in the high school graduating class.
  • Must have achieved a 3.50 Cumulative Grade Point Average.
  • Must enroll in an eligible four-year not-for-profit College or University the first semester following high school graduation.
  • Must maintain a four year or less graduation schedule in college, or complete the equivalent of a four year degree if in a professional program.
  • Recipients must work 240 hours from January 1, 2024 until commencement of the 2024 fall semester in college. Work can be performed at recipient discretion. Employment must be regularly scheduled work performed under supervision for compensation. Work can be full-time during the summer and/or part-time work.
  • Applicant’s Adjusted Gross Household Income reported for 2022 Federal Income Tax Purposes must not have exceeded $100,000. “Household Income” is defined as the total income received by all members of a household living under the same roof.
  • Applicants selected as Finalists must provide a copy of their FAFSA Submission Summary (FSS).
  • Must apply for Federal and State grants if eligible.
  • Must not have a felony conviction.
  • Deadline: varies per semester

Hearing Loss Association of America Central Oklahoma Chapter Scholarships

  • The Hearing Loss Association of America Central Oklahoma Chapter will award scholarships in the amount of $1500 to residents of Oklahoma who will be attending an Oklahoma institution of higher education.
  • Simply submit an essay consisting of 1,000–3,000 words expressing your goals and telling your story of how hearing loss has affected your life. The applicant must also present documentation of hearing loss, provide valid identification, and be a resident of Oklahoma. Each student must also submit GPA and a copy of the acceptance letter. 
  • Deadline: April 3rd

Lake Region Electric Cooperative Scholarships

Eligibility Requirements: 

  • Lake Region Electric Cooperative offers two $2,500 scholarships to high school seniors living or attending school within LREC’s service territory.
  • The scholarships assist students in furthering their education. The scholarships are for individuals pursuing full-time enrollment at a four-year university, a two-year associate degree, or a technical institute certificate program. Students must enroll in a course of study related to a position or career within the electric cooperative structure such as accountants, human resource managers, benefits specialists, communications professionals, administrative assistants, fleet management, software system analysts, health and safety coordinators, public relations personnel, right-of-way maintenance, dispatch personnel, staking technician, line workers, construction personnel, engineers, operations managers, electrical equipment mechanics, system planners, IT workers, GIS/mapping specialists, customer service representatives, fiber technicians, billing representatives, and warehouse workers.

The Lariat Future Innovators Foundation

Eligibility Requirements: 

  • Small town student (25,000 people or less).
  • Your family household is $55,000 or less.
  • You’re curious, highly motivated in and outside the classroom – and there’s not an obstacle you can’t tackle!
  • You want to create an invention, have excelled on a project or won a science or math award!
  • Want to explore space, mine asteroids, engineer the tallest buildings – or all the above? We want your passion. Example eligible degree programs:
    • Aeronautical and Astronautical Engineering
    • Biological Science & Pre-med
    • Chemistry
    • Materials Science and Engineering
    • Mathematics
    • Nuclear Engineering
    • Oceanography
    • Physics
  • You mostly earn A's in math and science at your school, maintain a 3.5 GPA or above and/or take AP courses.
  • Students awarded the scholarship, and who continue to meet eligibility requirements, will receive funding annually as follows:
    • $6,000 as a Freshmen
    • $6,000 as a Sophomore
    • $8,000 as a Junior
    • $10,000 as a Senior
  • Deadline: None listed

Live Your Dream Award

You are eligible to apply if you are a woman who: 

  • Provides the primary financial support for yourself and your dependents. Dependents can include children, spouse, partner, siblings and/or parents.
  • Has financial need.
  • Is enrolled in or has been accepted to a vocational/skills training program or an undergraduate degree program.
  • Is motivated to achieve your education and career goals.
  • Resides in one of Soroptimist International of the Americas’ member countries/territories (Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Canada, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Guam, Japan, Korea, Mexico, Northern Mariana Islands, Palau, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Philippines, Taiwan, United States of America, Venezuela).
  • Has not previously been the recipient of a Soroptimist Women’s Opportunity or Live Your Dream Award.
  • Does not have a graduate degree.
  • Is not a Soroptimist member, an employee of Soroptimist International of the Americas or immediate family of either.
  • Deadline: November 15th Scholarship

  • has a strong passion for helping people, so they expanded their vision beyond just American seniors and other Medicare recipients? They have created a scholarship program that is designed to help college students, medical trainees, and others earn the financial support they need to succeed in their chosen career.
  • Awards: 2 $1500 scholarships open to all U.S. citizens who are either currently enrolled in high school and plan to attend an accredited institution of higher education or are currently enrolled in an accredited institution of higher education. 1 $1000 scholarship to an eligible specialized medical training student. 2 $500 scholarships to eligible licensing board students.
  • Deadlines: Fall: June 15th, Spring: November 15th, Summer: April 15th

Northeastern Healthcare System Foundation Healthcare Career Scholarship Program

  • Are you interested in a career in Healthcare?
  • Do you want to further your education?
  • Would you like for Northeastern Healthcare Systems to pay for it?
  • For more information email or call or text 918-207-2699 

Oklahoma City Community Foundation Scholarships

  • Simply create an account and apply for nearly 180 scholarship opportunities at the Oklahoma City Community Foundation! Last year, we awarded $3.3 million dollars to 800 students across the state of Oklahoma.
  • Deadline: Varies per scholarship


Oklahoma Public Health Association

  • The Oklahoma Public Health Association (OPHA) is committed to enhancing educational opportunities in public health. Therefore, we are seeking one candidate for OPHA’s Fall 2023 academic scholarship. This one-time scholarship will be for $750.00, to be awarded to a university undergraduate or graduate student pursuing a degree in a public health related field (Master of Public Health, Health Education and Promotion, etc.). 
  • All necessary documentation must be emailed or postmarked to the attention of the OPHA Scholarship Committee at 
  • Eligibility: Applicant must be enrolled full or part-time in an accredited Oklahoma college or university and their field of study must be directly related to public health, health promotion, nursing, etc. GPA: 3.0
  • Please submit: Proof of enrollment from the registrar's office at an accredited Oklahoma college or university, current unofficial transcript, one professional letter of recommendation from a faculty member or public health professions describing the applicant's potential to contribute to public health in Oklahoma, and characteristics demonstrating scholarship and scholastic potential, and a personal statement (word doc, not to exceed 500 words). The personal statement should have your name, address, phone number, email, college or university, GPA, and an explanation of past contributions or experiences in public hearth, how personal and professional goals will benefit public health in Oklahoma and how the scholarship will impact those goals.
  • Deadline: September 8th, 2023

Oklahoma Women Veterans Organization Scholarships

Eligibility Requirements: 

  • Applicant must be a United States Citizen, living in Oklahoma or from Oklahoma.
  • Applicant must be a woman veteran, active duty, Reserve or Guard; or a child or grandchild of a woman veteran, either by blood, legal adoption or stepchild.
  • Applicant must have a High School diploma or General Educational Development (GED) Certificate.
  • Applicant must show proof of acceptance to a specific program (degree, certificate, etc.) at an accredited institution, technology center, or training institution.
  • Applicant must show proof of acceptance to a specific program (degree, certificate, etc.) at an accredited institution, technology center, or training institution.
  • Prerequisite course work, training experiences and regular course work must be towards a specific degree or program.
  • Dropped course work below the institution full time requirement or complete withdrawal from session will constitute reimbursement of scholarship funds, unless mitigating reasons are given in writing to the Oklahoma Women Veterans Organization that show applicant’s actions were due to circumstances beyond their control.
  • Must have a GPA 3.0 based on a 4.0 scale.
  • Other tuition/fees, assistance funds or other scholarships will not disqualify the recipient from use of these scholarship funds.
  • Deadline: June 30th

Ownage's 'Make Us Laugh Scholarship 2020'

Eligibility Requirements: 

  • Enrolled full time at an accredited university
  • No minimum GPA requirement
  • All domestic, international, and undocumented students are eligible to apply
  • Deadlines:
    • Spring: May 31st (of prior year)
    • Fall: December 31st (of prior year) Scholarship for Minorities

Eligibility Requirements: 

  • Minority student
  • Applicant must be 18 years of age or older 
  • Enrolled full-time at a college or university in the United States
  • Legal resident of the U.S.
  • GPA: 2.5
  • Deadline: January 23rd

Rustic Pathways Global Perspective Scholarship

Eligibility Requirements:

  • High school and college students who will be attending an accredited college or university
  • Deadline: August 7th

Scholarships for Psychology Majors


  • Hold a minimum 3.0 GPA
  • Be an undergraduate or graduate student pursuing a degree in psychology
  • Be a member of the student chapter of the American Psychological Association.
  • Belong to an ethnic minority group
  • Deadlines: Varies per scholarship

Sertoma Hard of Hearing or Deaf Scholarship

Sertoma’s Scholarship for the Hard of Hearing or Deaf, is the leading scholarship for hard of hearing or deaf students since the program’s inception in 1994. Students with clinically significant bilateral hearing loss, graduating from high school, or undergraduate students pursuing four-year college degrees in any discipline are eligible for the scholarship.


  • Must have a minimum 40dB bilateral hearing loss, as evidenced on audiogram by an SRT & PTA of 40dB or greater in both ears
  • Must be a citizen of the United States of America
  • Must be pursuing a bachelor’s degree on a full-time basis at a college or university in the United States – graduate degrees, associates degrees, community colleges, and vocational programs do not qualify.
  • Must have a minimum cumulative 3.2 GPA on a 4.0 unweighted scale (High School senior – Cumulative GPA is for grades 9-11 and first semester for grade 12, College freshman – Cumulative GPA is all of high school and first semester of college, College sophomore or higher – Cumulative GPA for all college-level semesters completed.
  • Deadline: March 31st

Sertoma Communicative Disorders Scholarship

Sertoma’s Communicative Disorders Scholarship, funded by the Sertoma Annual Fund, is for graduate students pursuing advanced degrees in audiology or speech-language pathology from institutions in the U.S. These scholarships, worth $1,000 each, are awarded in the spring to help offset the cost of tuition, books and fees incurred during the following school year. Sertoma’s Communicative Disorders Scholarships provides more funds nationally for graduate level study in communicative disorders than any other single organization.


  • Must be a citizen of the United States of America
  • Must be pursuing a graduate level degree in speech language pathology and/or audiology at a college or university in the United States, accredited by ASHA’s Council on Academic Accreditation.
  • Must have a minimum cumulative 3.5 GPA on a 4.0 scale for all undergraduate, graduate and doctoral level course work.
  • Deadline: March 31st

SMART Scholarships


  • Citizen of the United States, Australia, Canada, New Zealand, or United Kingdom at time of application,
  • 18 years of age or older as of August 1
  • Requesting at least 1 year of degree funding prior to graduation (which starts at the program start date),
  • Able to complete at least one summer (multi-year scholars only)
  • Willing to accept post-graduation employment with the DoD
  • Cumulative GPA: 3.0
  • Pursuing a technical undergraduate or graduate degree in one of the 21 STEM disciplines (Aeronautical and Astronautical Engineering, Biosciences, Biomedical Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Chemistry, Civil Engineering, Cognitive, Neural, and Behavioral Sciences, Computer  and Computational Sciences and Computer Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Environment, Geosciences, Industrial and Systems Engineering, Information Sciences, Materials Science and Engineering, Mathematics, Mechanical Engineering, Naval Architecture and Ocean Engineering, Nuclear Engineering, Oceanography, Operations Research, Physics. 
  • Able to produce a fall college transcript from a regionally accredited US college or university, OR be pursuing a graduate degree at a regionally accredited US college or university
  • Deadline: Varies per scholarship


The Sumners Foundation


  • The Sumners Foundation provides three types of scholarships:
    • Scholarships for rising juniors for their junior and senior years at a Texas or Oklahoma College or University. Scholarships are $15,000/year for each of those last two years of undergraduate work. Students must be U.S. citizens and permanent residents of Texas, Oklahoma, Louisiana, Missouri, Nebraska, New Mexico, Arkansas, or Kansas.  Scholarships will be awarded this spring to be applied in the fall of 2024.  Second semester sophomores this spring are the ideal candidates. 
    • FULL-RIDE law school scholarships at SMU Dedman School of Law and Oklahoma City University School of Law.  Students must be starting law school in the fall of 2024.  Application codes must be obtained from the law schools.  Students must be U.S. citizens and permanent residents of Texas, Oklahoma, Louisiana, Missouri, Nebraska, New Mexico, Arkansas, or Kansas.
    • PhD Candidates in Political Philosophy.  Scholarships are $15,000/year for post-abstract work related to the mission of the Foundation.  Applicants must be enrolled as full-time Ph.D. students who have advanced to candidacy by March 2024.  Candidates must have a permanent residence in any of the following states (Arkansas, Kansas, Louisiana, Missouri, Nebraska, New Mexico, Oklahoma or Texas) and must be attending college in either Texas or Oklahoma. 
  • Deadline: Varies per scholarship

Tulsa Chapter: Oklahoma Society of CPA's - Accounting Scholarships


  • Oklahoma resident or plan on settling in Oklahoma upon graduation.
  • Eligible to graduate in the upcoming year with a major in accounting, or, if the candidate has already graduated from undergraduate work, they can be taking additional classes to pursue the 150 hours required to be eligible for the CPA exam.
  • Candidates will be ranked based on leadership roles, academic performance and financial need.
  • Deadline: Varies per scholarship


Tulsa Community Foundation


  • Scholarship funds at TCF annually provide approximately $20 million in educational aid for students at institutions of higher learning. Each donor or group of donors determines the conditions for which the scholarships are awarded. The diversity of eligibility criteria reflects the variety of donor motivations to create or support scholarship funds.
  • Deadline: Varies per scholarship


Tulsa Higher Education Consortium - Student & Transfer Resources


  • There are many scholarships available for Tulsa-area students. Explore the many scholarship opportunities.
  • Deadline: Varies per scholarship

Textbook Nova Scholarship


  • Currently enrolled or incoming students who will be attending an accredited college or university as a full time student
  • Undergraduate students of all majors
  • Deadline: September 1st





American Indian Scholarship Opportunities

Light the way emergency fund

In celebration of the 125th anniversary of Seminary Hall, President Steve Turner issued a challenge to the Northeastern State University Centurions and President’s Circle donors to establish an emergency fund for NSU students in need. This new funding source is designed to assist students (undergraduate and graduate) during times of crisis in order for them to maintain their enrollment. It is designed to enable a student to meet a short-term financial hardship and is maintained by the Northeastern State University Foundation.

See the application and instructions here in PDF format.

light the way emergency fund for nsu students