College Prep / Scholarships / Financial Aid

Scholarship Information

Apply as early as possible to your college or university to be eligible for their scholarships

  • The school you choose to attend is your best source for scholarships
  • Keep your grades up, take the ACT and/or the SAT, be involved in leadership activities, community service, volunteering

File your FAFSA as soon after October 1 of your senior year as possible

Ask your employer or your parent's employer about scholarship opportunities

Ask about church sponsored scholarships with your church

If you are of a Native American Tribe, contact your tribe for scholarship information

Are you or your parents members of a civic or professional organization? See if they offer scholarships!

Additional Scholarship Resources

How to Spot & Avoid Scholarship Scams

Oklahoma Money Matters 


Student Scholarships 





Financial Aid

Free Application for Federal Student Air (FAFSA)

The FAFSA is an application that is used in determining student grants, work study and loan amounts. It is also used to determine the amount of money a family is expected to contribute to the price of attending a postsecondary institution. This application is critical because it is used for Federal Pell Grants and other financial aid offered by colleges and universities. For more information about FAFSA or to fill out an application, please click below. 


Federal Student Aid

Federal Student Aid, a part of the U. S. Department of Education, is the largest provider of student financial aid in the nation. The office of Federal Student Aid provides grants, loans and work-study funds for college or career school.  For more information please click below.

Federal Student Aid

Additional Financial Aid Resources

Start With FAFSA website

College Covered - Discover Financial Aid Assistance

Understanding the FAFSA


Student Aid Resources


Oklahoma's Promise (OHLAP)

Make the grades, stay out of trouble, earn college tuition - it's Oklahoma's promise!

Applicants must be:

* Oklahoma residents

* Students in grades 8-10

* Students whose parents earn $60,000 or less per year*

* Students who promise to meet the requirements of the program

For more information on OHLAP, please visit or email [email protected]