Are you new to OU or currently an OU student in search of scholarship opportunities? Then this is the page for you. Below is a partial list of scholarship opportunities! Please contact the OU Scholarship Office or visit their website for information on their opportunities or listings (ou.edu/scholarships/ou).
Ben Shanker Family Foundation Scholarship Fund
This scholarship was established to support and celebrate a diverse student body and promote the spirit of inclusiveness of all religions and cultures at the University of Oklahoma. To apply, you must be a full-time undergraduate or graduate student at OU or an international student enrolled in at least one year of study. The scholarship is awarded based upon demonstrated involvement in programs, activities, and interests relating broadly to Jewish-themed academic and cultural engagement, studies in or involving the State of Israel, including coursework in the Hebrew language and Hebrew or Jewish literature. Qualifying academic interests in these fields may be either contemporary or historical. Apply now!
2021 Carrie Jacobi Scholarship Fund of the
Oklahoma City Jewish Foundation
The Carrie Jacobi Scholarship Fund is part of the Oklahoma City Jewish Foundation. This fund originated from a generous bequest by Ruth Jacobi Mack to the Council of Jewish Woman of Oklahoma City in 1975. In 1989, the Council of Jewish Women of Oklahoma City requested that the Carrie Jacobi Scholarship Fund be administered by the Jewish Federation of Greater Oklahoma City.
The Carrie Jacobi Scholarship Fund was made a restricted account in the Oklahoma City Jewish Foundation (the Jewish Federation of Greater Oklahoma City’s foundation).
The Carrie Jacobi Scholarship Fund Committee determines grant parameters for the Scholarship Fund.
Jewish high school seniors and college students are invited to apply annually for consideration of a higher education grant (technical school, college or university). Grants range from $360 - $3,600.