Scholarships & Grants

We want every student to find their maximum amount of potential aid, whatever their background or circumstances. Whether you qualify for academic scholarship, government grant, or other outside assistance, we will work with you to tailor a program that makes Bacone possible — and makes sense for the long term. 

Bacone Scholarship Opportunities

Institutional Scholarships

These are awards offered directly from the school.  Only one institutional scholarship may be applied at a time.

Bacone Academic Honor Scholarships

Two (2) available

This scholarship includes: Tuition, Room & Board.
Students are responsible for fees and books.

Students must have a 3.0 GPA (high school or transfer student)
Students must be fully admissible to Bacone College
Student must be Pell eligible
Student must maintain a 2.5 GPA
Native American Preference

Alexander Posey Native American Scholarship

50 available

This scholarship awards any native student $10,000 a year.
This student must be fully admissible.

Students must be enrolled in a federally or state recognized tribe

Special Offers

Bacone occasionally receives special invitations for unique scholarship opportunities.  These are just a small sample of the many private scholarship opportunities available every year.  Links in this section will take you away from Bacone.edu.  Bacone College is not responsible for the content of these websites.

Christian Community Credit Union’s 2020 Scholarships for Success (Mar 31)

Students with a checking account at Christian Community Credit Union (new or existing) can earn a multi-year scholarship of up to $1,000 per year.   Please read the rules at the link below:

https://www.mycccu.com/scholarship/

The College Monk’s Scholarship to Pay off Student Loans (Mar 31)

This $500 scholarship is available to help students who have needed or do need student loans.  An essay is required.  Please read the rules at the link below:

https://www.thecollegemonk.com/scholarship-rules/college-monks-scholarship-to-pay-off

TodayTix 2020 Education Scholarship (Mar 31)

A $1,000 scholarships is being offered to students majoring in theater, journalism, or English studies.  An essay and a GPA of 2.5 or better are required.  Please read the rules at the link below:

https://www.todaytix.com/insider/nyc/posts/education-student-scholarship

Creative Arts Impact Scholarship (Apr 30)

This $2,500 scholarship is being offered to students who believe that art can have a global impact.   All majors are welcome.  A GPA of 3.0 or better are required.  Please read the rules at the link below:

https://shopvida.com/pages/vida-scholarship-program

Credit Sesame Financial Literacy Scholarship (Apr 30)

This $2,500 scholarship is being offered to students of any major.   An essay and a GPA of 3.0 or better are required.  Please read the rules at the link below:

https://www.creditsesame.com/scholarship/

Shinesty Work Hard, Play Hard Scholarships (Apr 30)

Two different $2,500 scholarships are being offered to students who know how to work hard and play hard.  Please read the rules at the link below:

https://www.shinesty.com/pages/collegiate-scholarships

5Estimates Scholarship Program (May 30, repeats annually)

Students with advanced essay-writing skills have an opportunity to earn a $5,000 scholarship through a 400+ word essay with links to two or more authoritative sources.  No GPA requirement.  Domestic, International, and undocumented students may apply.  Please read the rules at the link below:

https://5estimates.com/scholarship/

PixelPlex STEM Bi-Annual STEM Scholarships (June 5 and December 5)

Students studying science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) have two chances to earn a $2000 scholarship this year in an essay contest.  Please read the rules at the link below:

https://pixelplex.io/scholarship/

The Sure Oak Be Awesome Scholarship (July 15)

This $1,000 scholarship is being offered to awesome students of any major.  An essay is required.  Please read the rules at the link below:

https://sureoak.com/scholarship/ 

The KompareIt Higher Education Scholarship For Those Who Have Lost A Parent (September 15)

This $1,000 scholarship is being offered to full-time students who have lost a parent.  An essay is required.  Please read the rules at the link below:

https://www.kompareit.com/scholarship.html 

Design for Recovery Sober Living Scholarship Opportunity (October 15)

This $1,000 scholarship is being offered to students whose lives have been changed by addiction.  An essay is required.  Please read the rules at the link below:

https://designforrecovery.com/design-for-recovery-sober-living-scholarship-opportunity/

Choctaw Nation Technology Allowance (open)

The Choctaw Nation is accepting applications from tribal members for the Technology Allowance program who have completed 12 credit hours or more.  A 2.5 GPA and current enrollment of at least six hours are required.  Please read more about the program at:

https://www.choctawnation.com/technology-allowance-program 

College Monk Essay Scholarship (Jan 31, 2021)

A $1500 scholarship is available.  An essay is required.  Please read the rules at the link below:

https://www.thecollegemonk.com/scholarship-rules/college-monk-short-essay-scholarship

  

More Resources for Private Scholarships and Grants

There are many sources of financial assistance available to students.  Below are a few popular websites which can make finding scholarships easier.  Each link in this section will take you away from Bacone.edu.  Bacone College is not responsible for the content of these websites.

  1. Scholarships.com lists over 3.7 million local, state and national college scholarships and grants and attempts to match these to your profile.
    1. Scholarships.com Trending Scholarships list 
    2. Scholarships.com listings of Oklahoma scholarships 
    3. Scholarships.com listings of Scholarships for Women 
  2. JLV College Counseling breaks down scholarships by month that applications are due, along with other helpful lists.
    1. JLV listings of Scholarships for Native American Students
    2. JLV listings of Religious Scholarships
    3. JLV listings of Scholarships for Women
  3. Discover Early Childhood EDU maintains resources for future educators, including a list of scholarships.
  4. Nursing.org offers both general financial aid information and also minority scholarship information for future health-care workers.
  5. ScholarshipOwl.com allows you to submit for hundreds of scholarships with just a single application. The site uses your information to find all of the scholarships in its database that you might qualify for and you are easily able to apply to one or all of them at once.  A subscription may be required for this service.