We are known for our numerous scholarship opportunities, including tuition waivers, the Provost Scholarship, Honors Scholarship and many more. Scholarships are posted on bulletin boards in the financial aid and scholarship offices.

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Scholarship Links and Applications 

Bridging the Gap

Creativity World Forum Scholarship

Foundation Scholarships

Honors Program Scholarships

Junior League of Tulsa Scholarships

Pamela McGowan Scholarship

Pipestems Scholarship

Provost Leadership Award

Recovery Scholarship

Scholars for Excellence in Child Care

TCC Faculty Association Scholarship 2015-2016

TCC Non-Resident Tuition Waiver 2015-2016-- APPLY NOW

Oklahoma Resident Tuition Waiver 2016-2017

Tulsa Achieves

By Academic Major and Biographical Categories

Early Childhood Education

Hispanic Heritage



Performing Arts

Physical and Learning Disabilities

Scholarship Organizations and Search Engines non-TCC

A Place for Mom- $1,000 Scholarship

Asian Pacific Islander American Scholarship

ASPIRE Scholarship for Single Parents

Association of American Indian Affairs

Association on Higher Education and Disability

Ayn Rand Essay Scholarships

Chicano Organizing and Research in Education

Culinary Arts/Hospitality Management $500 Scholarship

"Design a Shirt, Win a Scholarship"

Entrepreneurship Scholarship- Scholarships 2 Success


Free Scholarship Searches

Good Call Scholarship Search

Hispanic Scholarship Fund

"Making College Affordable: An Online Guide for Hispanic Students"

I Heart My School Scholarship Essay Contest

Jack Kent Cooke Foundation Undergraduate Transfer Scholarship

Just Nebulizers Mobility Scholarship

Just Walkers Scholarship for students with mobility disabilities

Mometrix College Scholarship Essay Contest

Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education Scholarships

Rosenfeld Injury Lawyers' Single Mother Scholarship

Rural Students Scholarship Essay Contest

S-STEM OSU Scholarship

Student Aid sponsored by the U.S. Department of Education

United Negro College Fund