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Academic Scholarships

Regional University Baccalaureate Scholarship

This scholarship enables 11 participating public universities to provide up to four years of scholarship support to academically-promising Oklahoma students enrolled in a baccalaureate program.

Regional Universities

Cameron University, East Central University, Langston University, Northeastern State University, Northwestern Oklahoma State University, Oklahoma Panhandle State University, Rogers State University, Southeastern Oklahoma State University, Southwestern Oklahoma State University, University of Central Oklahoma, and the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma.


  1. Applicants must be Oklahoma residents.
  2. Applicants must meet one of the following criteria defined below:
    A. Have an ACT composite score of at least 30 (Only ACT test scores from an official test report issued by ACT will be considered for admission to the program.) OR
    B. Be a National Merit Semifinalist or Commended Student.

Award Amount

Starting Fall 2023, the annual award amount is $3,500 and a resident tuition waiver from the institution. The scholarship is available for up to eight semesters of study in a baccalaureate program at a regional university or until the student is granted a baccalaureate degree, whichever occurs first. The scholarship award may be used only at the university making the award; it is not portable.

Program Rules

For additional information on scholarship program, you may download a PDF copy of the program rules.

Regional Baccalaureate Rulespdf (PDF, 20k)


Application is made directly through the university the student plans to attend. The application deadline will vary for each institution.

Leave of Absence Requestpdf (PDF, 189k)
Summer Applicationpdf (PDF, 20.5k)

For Further Information

Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education
800.858.1840 or 405.225.9239


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