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Petroleum Scholar Program

The Oklahoma Energy Resources Board is proud to announce a new scholarship opportunity with Oklahoma City University.  Every year, the OERB awards up to $500,000 to deserving students majoring in petroleum-related fields.  The awards are made at the sole discretion of the selection committee and board. To become and remain an OERB Petroleum Scholar, a student must meet the following criteria.

Scholarship Criteria:
  1. Applicant must be a current resident of the state of Oklahoma.
  2. Applicant should have sufficient need for financial assistance.
  3. Be enrolled in the Petroleum Land Management Certification program
    If you meet the above criteria contact the following people for a scholarship application.

    Melissa Cory
    Director of Communications & Continuing Professional Education
    Oklahoma City University
    2501 N. Blackwelder Ave.
    Oklahoma City, OK 73106
    (P) 405.208.5540
    MCory@okcu.edu

    deadlines to apply: March 1, August 1 and december 1.


    Program Budget Limitation:

    It is understood that the scholarships offered and subsequent program development are subject to the OERB’s annual student education budget and any modifications thereof. The student education budget and total amount of funding is dependent upon a voluntary assessment based on variable oil and natural gas prices and OERB refunds. 

    Petroleum Scholar Program

    The Oklahoma Energy Resources Board is proud to announce a new scholarship opportunity with Oklahoma City University.  Every year, the OERB awards up to $500,000 to deserving students majoring in petroleum-related fields.  The awards are made at the sole discretion of the selection committee and board. To become and remain an OERB Petroleum Scholar, a student must meet the following criteria.

    Scholarship Criteria:
    1. Applicant must be a current resident of the state of Oklahoma.
    2. Applicant should have sufficient need for financial assistance.
    3. Be enrolled in the Petroleum Land Management Certification program
      If you meet the above criteria contact the following people for a scholarship application.

      Melissa Cory
      Director of Communications & Continuing Professional Education
      Oklahoma City University
      2501 N. Blackwelder Ave.
      Oklahoma City, OK 73106
      (P) 405.208.5540
      MCory@okcu.edu

      deadlines to apply: March 1, August 1 and december 1.


      Program Budget Limitation:

      It is understood that the scholarships offered and subsequent program development are subject to the OERB’s annual student education budget and any modifications thereof. The student education budget and total amount of funding is dependent upon a voluntary assessment based on variable oil and natural gas prices and OERB refunds. 
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