My Dream: Scholarship
The My Dream Scholarship could be your pathway to realizing your educational dreams. This special scholarship is designed for those do not qualify for other state or federal student aid programs. It provides support for up to three years or 63 credit hours (whichever comes first), with a substantial award of up to $2,400 per semester in the fall and spring. Additionally, your summer award will be determined by your academic performance in the previous spring semester. Let's work together to transform your dreams into reality.
How to Apply
Students can apply through the Tulsa Community Foundation Portal.
The deadline to apply is 5 p.m., May 17, 2024.
For more information contact the Outreach Center Team at 918-595-2020.
The scholarship is privately funded; requirements, deadlines, and funding are at the discretion of the donor and subject to change.
- The scholarship is open from Feb. 12 through May 17, 2024, at 5 p.m. Click on Register to create an account to access available scholarships.
- Use your personal email account, instead of your school email.
- Select the "2024 My Dream Scholarship under the “Featured Applications” heading.
- Annual household income
- Your high school transcript since you will need to submit it with your application
- 500–1000 word essay answering the following:
- Why do you want to go to college and why do you think education is important?
- What challenges make going to college difficult for you? And
- What are your long-term goals?
- The student must be a graduating High School senior in Tulsa or Rogers County
- Must have a minimum High School cumulative GPA of 2.0
- Must enroll in TCC as a degree-seeking student
- Students must not receive any state or federal financial aid
- Award recipients must attend the My Dream Student Orientation on July 9. The TCC Education Outreach Center will contact you for details.
- Students must complete the online application for both Tulsa Community College admissions and the My Dream scholarship
- Renewable with a 2.0 semester GPA
- Students must complete a minimum of nine hours per semester with a passing grade
- Students must provide an unofficial transcript of grades and a schedule of upcoming classes for each semester
- In the event, a student's semester GPA falls below 2.0, or the student does not pass 9-credit hours they will be on probation and will be required to submit an essay detailing lessons learned and plans for improving their GPA going forward