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CEES Scholarships

Several scholarship opportunities are available to CEES undergraduate and graduate students. Scholarships typically are awarded both for potential academic ability and financial need. Scholarships are awarded by the school, alumni, consulting firms and private industry. 

Scholarship recipients should be aware of the School of Civil Engineering and Environmental Science Policy on Scholarship Recipient Obligations (PDF). This policy requires written acknowledgement to the sponsor and participation in the annual scholarship luncheon as well as professional activities. Scholarship students must obtain and familiarize themselves with the policy.

  • General freshman scholarship applications are due December 15
  • Transfer student scholarship are due March 1
    • Applications for general freshman and transfer student scholarships can be found by clicking here.
  • Current student scholarship applications are due February 1
    • Applications for current student scholarships can be found by clicking here.

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In addition to the scholarships offered by the School of CEES and the College of Engineering, students may qualify for other scholarships or forms of financial assistance, including tuition waivers, direct student loans, work-study, and coop programs with Oklahoma firms and government agencies. The Office of Financial Aid, 731 Elm Avenue, Norman, OK 73019-0230, can provide information on the national Direct Student Loan Program, the Guaranteed Loan Program, the University Work-Study Program, and additional programs and opportunities. Whether or not they are eligible for the Work-Study Program, students can obtain assistance in finding part-time jobs on the campus by applying to the Personnel Service Office, 905 Asp Avenue, Norman, OK 73019-0420.

Emergency Scholarships

In an effort to ensure student success in our college, the Gallogly College of Engineering offers emergency scholarships to help our students in moments of crisis.   Please click here for more information.