The Classics and Letters Department annually awards scholarships to our outstanding junior and senior majors. The scholarships are open to Letters or Classics majors who have accrued 60 hours (including hours tested out of) and a minimum 3.5 GPA. Some scholarships are for Letters majors only; some for Letters or Classics majors, some for study abroad; one is reserved for students pursing a teaching career in Latin. To apply, follow this link: http://cas.ou.edu/classics-and-letters-scholarships.
The Peggy Chambers Scholarship
Established by an OU alumnus in recognition of Peggy Chambers' outstanding contributions to the Classics and Letters programs. Awarded to outstanding junior or senior Letters major. Number and stipend varies.
The Charles and Julie Daniels Study Abroad Scholarship
Established by a Letters alumna and her husband, both graduates of the University of Oklahoma, for study abroad scholarships. Awarded to outstanding junior or senior Letters major. Number and stipend varies.
The Philip J. Nolan Scholarship
Established by a former student of Philip Nolan. Awarded to outstanding junior or senior Letters major. Number and stipend varies.
The Philip Nolan Memorial Scholarship
Established by the former students, colleagues and friends of Dr. Philip Nolan. Awarded to outstanding senior Letters or major Classics. Number and stipend varies.
The Mary Enod Williams Scholarship
Established by Charles Williams for his mother, Mary Enod Williams a long time public school teacher who graduated from OU with a degree in Latin. Awarded to outstanding Letters or Classics major. Stipend varies.
The Jean Herrick Scholarship
Jean Herrick was a long time member of the Classics Faculty. Awarded annually to a senior Classics major who intends to pursue a teaching career in Latin.
Reid Philips Memorial Scholarship
Reid Philips was a Letters major. His parents established this scholarship in his memory. Awarded to outstanding junior or senior Letters major.
The Danney Glenn Goble Memorial Scholarship
Established by family and friends in memory of Dr. Goble, distinguished teacher and scholar. Any eligible deserving undergraduate Letters major is qualified for either an initial award or a subsequent award if, in the opinion of the selection committee, the student is making satisfactory progress toward graduation and the student needs supplemental financial assistance.For purposes of this scholarship, satisfactory progress shall be deemed to be the achievement of and maintenance of at least a 3.0 overall grade point average on a 4.0 scale.