College of Arts and Sciences International Programs Scholarship Application

By completing this College of Arts and Sciences International Program Scholarships Application, you will be considered for the following scholarships if you meet the eligibility criteria.

Drake Cameron Endowed Scholarship Fund
This scholarship fund was created by Dorothy Drake Cameron to provide study abroad scholarships for students at the University of Oklahoma who participate in an Arts & Sciences study abroad program. Two awards of $800 each will be given to qualified undergraduate students.

Applicants must meet the following specific criteria:
• Must be a full-time, regularly enrolled student in the College
• Must have a minimum 2.75 grade point average on a 4.0 scale
• Must not be the Donor or an immediate family member of the Donor

From the candidates who meet the selection criteria, priority consideration will be given to students who have a GPA of 3.0 or higher.

Charles R. and Mildred L. Woods Endowed Scholarship Fund
This scholarship fund was created by Aleta Jo Lubbers in honor of her parents, Charles R. and Mildred L. Woods, to provide study abroad scholarships for students at the University of Oklahoma who have been accepted into an Arts & Sciences study abroad program. One award of $750 will be given to a qualified undergraduate student participating in an Arts & Sciences study abroad program.

Applicants must meet the following specific criteria:
• Must be a full-time, regularly enrolled student in the College
• Must be accepted for a Study Abroad opportunity through the College
• Must have a minimum 3.0 grade point average on a 4.0 scale
• May have a demonstrated financial need
• Must not be the Donor or an immediate family member of the Donor

The Scholarship Selection Committee may take the financial need of applicants into consideration. However, financial need is not a requirement.

Paul B. and Margaret R. Bell Study Abroad Endowed Scholarship Fund
This scholarship fund was created by Dean Emeritus Paul B. Bell, Jr., in honor of his mother, Margaret R. Bell, to provide study abroad scholarships for students at the University of Oklahoma who participate in a study abroad program. One award of $550 will be given to a qualified undergraduate student.

Applicants must meet the following specific criteria:
• Must be a full-time, regularly enrolled undergraduate student in the College
• Must be in good academic standing in the College
• Must be participating in a study abroad program sponsored by the College or the University
• Must not be the Donor or immediate family member of the Donor

Award
Varies
Deadline
02/01/2019
Supplemental Questions
  1. Applicants for Arts and Sciences study abroad scholarships must be participating on an A&S study abroad program. Additionally, students must be undergraduate majors in the College of Arts and Sciences (no Planned Programs majors or MDS pre-majors are allowed).

    Please choose your program(s) from the list below. Check all that apply.
  2. Explain why you want to study abroad. Include two goals you will set for yourself on your study abroad program and explain how you will accomplish them. (Please answer in 300 words or less.)
  3. This application requires one letter of recommendation from an OU professor. This recommendation is separate from the one required for the study abroad application. Please provide the name and email address of your reference below and click “Save and Keep Editing” or “Finish and Submit” to generate an email to your recommender.

    Your reference will be contacted automatically via email to submit an electronic recommendation on your behalf. The deadline to submit the letter of recommendation is February 4, 2019, at 5 p.m. If your recommender does not receive the email, contact scholarships@ou.edu. It is your responsibility to ensure that your recommender receives the email request and submits the recommendation prior to the deadline.
  4. Letter of Recommendation Waiver

    The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 gives students the right to inspect letters of recommendation written on their behalf for an application for financial assistance. Students may waive this right and keep letters of recommendation confidential. This waiver is voluntary and is not a condition of any award. Scholarship committees may place higher value on letters of recommendation that are submitted confidentially.