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MCEE Undergraduate Scholarships

2015-2016 applications are due midnight on March 15th, 2015.

Recipients will be notified via OU email over the summer.

MCEE 2015-2016 Scholarship Application

Email completed application to Please retain a copy for your records.

Due to the generous support of alumni, friends and industry, there are significant scholarships available to Mewbourne College of Earth and Energy students. MCEE College Scholarships are available for First Generation (first person in your immediate family to graduate from college) or non-traditional students (eg., Adult returning to college/single parent).


Scholarship applicants must be CURRENTLY admitted into the Mewbourne College of Earth and Energy.

Applicants must be Non-Traditional or First Generation

Applicants must be enrolled in at least 12 hours of OU coursework and have a minimum 2.75 cumulative GPA.  Exceptions made at the discretion of the Dean.

Selection Criteria for MCEE scholarships are usually specified by the donor and may include, but are not limited to:

A minimum grade point average of a 2.75. 

A specific field of study within the Mewbourne College of Earth and Energy.

Statement of campus involvement and leadership ability, internships, career ambition, future goals, honors and other achievements.

Essay Questions are a part of the selection process and should be well thought out and detailed.

Candidates for need-based MCEE scholarships will have financial need verified by the Office of Financial Aid before the MCEE Scholarship Committee finalizes its selection.


Students entering the University of Oklahoma are eligible to apply for any of the general scholarships awarded by the University Scholarship Committee. General scholarships are awarded on the basis of academic achievement and financial need. You may find out more about these scholarships at

In addition, students may qualify for in-state tuition waiver awards such as the Scholars Program, President's Leadership Class and President's Community Scholars.

Deadlines for these programs vary. Most of the University's scholarship or tuition waiver programs have a postmark deadline of February 1. For a listing of departmental and general University scholarship, you may view A guide to Scholarships and Financial Aid, or contact:

Prospective Student Services, University of Oklahoma
550 Parrington Oval, Jacobson Hall, Room L1
Norman, OK 73019-3030
(405) 325-2121 (800) 234-6868