OSU Native American Faculty and Staff Association
2014-2015 Scholarship Applications
OSU NAFSA is committed to helping Native American students and those involved in the Native American community complete their higher education degree by recognizing and rewarding their superior academic achievements, leadership, and community involvement. The NAFSA Scholarship program began in 1995; since then, we have awarded thousands of dollars in scholarships to deserving students at the undergraduate and graduate levels.
Freshman and Transfer Student Scholarships
The Freshman and Transfer Scholarships are designed for students in their first academic year at OSU-Stillwater.
Continuing and Graduate Student Scholarships
The Continuing and Graduate Student Scholarship is designed for students who are already enrolled and continuing their post-secondary education at
OSU-Stillwater, as well as students in the Graduate College.
Scholarship Awardee Community Service Requirement
The purpose of the cultural and community involvement requirement is to encourage students to connect with the Native American community on the OSU campus and to become involved with the OSU Native American student organizations such as the OSU Native American Student Association (NASA), OSU American Indians in Science and Engineering Society (AISES), Native Americans in Psychology, or similar groups. For more information about how to become involved, contact Twauna Williams at 405-744-0401. Students can complete a total of 10 hours of community involvement/service each semester (5 hours of Native American cultural and 5 hours of community service). Students may use the form below to document/verify their service hours.