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CoHS Scholarship Applications for the 2020-21 Academic Year

Undergraduate Student Scholarships:

Current/Continuing undergraduate students enrolled in the College of Human Sciences are eligible to compete for 2020-2021 academic year scholarships at both the College and Departmental/School levels. Scholarship recipients must be enrolled as full time students (12 hours or more; seniors enrolled in nine hours or more in their graduating semester are considered full time) during the period of the scholarship award. A 2.5 minimum GPA is required by the College of Human Sciences for consideration for a scholarship.

Application Process:

To apply for all available Human Sciences undergraduate scholarships, current/continuing OSU undergraduate students must complete and submit the Human Sciences On-Line Undergraduate Scholarship Application by January 5, 2020, at noon. Incoming transfer students who have already officially declared a major in Human Sciences and have already enrolled in classes for spring 2020 may apply for these scholarships.

Questions about Human Sciences College and Departmental/School Scholarships for undergraduate students? Call (405) 744-5053 and ask for Elizabeth Whitfield.

Scholarship Information for new and/or incoming students enrolling in Fall 2020:

  • If you will be a new incoming freshman or new incoming transfer student in fall 2020, do NOT complete the above form.
  • To qualify for scholarships, you must submit the Undergraduate Application for Admission/Scholarship 2020-2021 form available at
  • For fall 2020 incoming students, the deadline for priority consideration for scholarships is February 1, 2020.
  • For questions about university level scholarships, call (405) 744-6604.

Scholarships for Graduate Students:

The College of Human Sciences is now accepting Graduate Student applications for College-level and department/school-level scholarships and fellowships for the 2020-21 academic year.

Criteria:  Scholarship recipients must be majoring in a College of Human Sciences graduate degree program and enrolled in a minimum of six credit hours during each semester of the scholarship. At the master’s level a scholarship can be awarded for no more than two years, while at the doctoral level a scholarship can be awarded for no more than three years. Criteria vary for each scholarship and typically include scholastic record (e.g., GPA), college and university leadership activities, professional goals, etc.

Deadline: Sunday, January 5, 2020 at noon