Fifteen Students Awarded Osher Scholarship Funds

 

The College of Liberal Studies awarded 15 students a total of $22,110.50 in spring semester scholarships as part of the Osher Reentry Scholarship Program. Students who have experienced an interruption in their education of at least five years and who were working toward their first undergraduate degrees were eligible. While this scholarship is coordinated by CLS, all eligible OU undergraduates could apply.

The Osher Reentry Scholarship Program awards scholarships to students ages 25 to 50 who are enrolled in the college’s on-site or hybrid classes offered at any OU site, including OU-Norman, OU-Tulsa, Oklahoma City Community College, Rose State College, Ponca City and Lawton/Ft. Sill. More than $313,000 in Osher scholarships have been given since the program began in 2008.

Spring 2016 Osher recipients: Eric Asongwe Ndifor, Matthew Beemer, Djuana Blakely, Josh Bookout, Matthew Butzer, Lisa Hill, Ashley Hosek, Preston Jones, Eric Kinyanjui, Cory Kunz, Rex McLauchlin, Gina Powell, Waheeha Siddiqui, Severin Sonna and Margaret Whipple.

Learn more about the Osher Foundation Reentry Scholarship or see all scholarship opportunities available to CLS students.

Originally posted on clsblog.ou.edu 

 

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