Frequently Used Forms
The Department of Modern Languages, Literatures, and Linguistics offers a variety of funding opportunities to students who choose to major or minor in one or more modern languages. Funding is made available in the form of graduate assistantships, tuition waivers, departmental scholarships, and assistantships with World Literature Today
MLLL students can now apply for all department scholarships online. Starting October 1, 2018, MLLL students can apply for departmental and college-level scholarships by filling out an application on the CASH website at scholarships.ou.edu. The deadline to complete or make changes to scholarship applications is February 1, 2019.
HOW TO APPLY: To apply, log in with your 4+4 and password at scholarships.ou.edu. Or log in to one.ou.edu and click on the Money Tab. You can find the link to the application in the Scholarship Information box on the left side of the page, as seen below.
Please send questions about CASH to firstname.lastname@example.org.
More information about Arts & Sciences scholarships: http://cas.ou.edu/scholarships
Requirements for all scholarships:
- A minimum GPA of 3.5 in the major and a minimum GPA of 3.0 overall.
- Copy of college transcripts.
- Application letter describing your academic goals and achievements, in English. One page max please. Where relevant, please address specific eligibility requirements.
- One letter of recommendation. One page max please. (excluding members of the Scholarship Committee: Professors Michael Winston (chair F18 -sabbatical S19), Joshua Frydman (chair S18), Dina Hassan, Ori Kritz, Paulo Moreira, Karin Schutjer, and Jie Zhang.
Note: Please ensure your recommender includes an email address and phone number.
Michael Winston, Chair F18 (sabbatical S19)
Joshua Frydman, Chair S19
For more information on scholarships please email email@example.com. For more information on financial aid offered in campus, please contact The Office of Financial Aid Services.
Arts & Humanities Faculty Fellowship Program, the purpose of the AHFF program is to support dynamic and innovative research and creative activity projects proposed by regular faculty in the arts, fine arts, and humanities by providing them the opportunity to focus on a scholarly and / or creative activity that significantly transforms the faculty member’s research program and makes notable contributions to the field.
Faculty Investment Program, provides funding on a competitive basis to develop and expand the scholarly (i.e., research and creative) activities of Norman campus faculty, including faculty associated with Norman Campus Programs at OU-Tulsa