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Once you have completed the program's high school requirements and meet the college requirements, Oklahoma's Promise can help pay your tuition at an Oklahoma Public two-year or four-year university.  It will also cover a portion of tuition at an accredited private university or Technology center.




To enroll in Oklahoma's Promise, you must:

  * Graduate from an Oklahoma high school

  *Take the 17 units of high school courses and achieve at least a 2.5 GPA

  * Achieve at least a 2.5 cumulative GPA for all course in grades 9-12

  * Attend school regularly

  *Do your homework

  *Stay away from drugs and alcohol

  *Provide information when requested

  *Meet with a school official to go over your school work and records on a regular basis

  *Apply for other financial aid during your senior year of high school

  *Take part in Oklahoma's Promise activities that will prepare you for college




  *Your parents income may not exceed $100,000 at the time you begin college and prior to receiving the scholarship

  *You must be a U.S. Citizen or lawfully present in the United States

  *You must meet normal admission standards for first-time entering students at the college or university to which you apply

  *You must start taking college courses within three years after you graduate high school

  *You may not receive funds for more than five consecutive years after enrolling in college

  * you cannot use the award for courses taken after you complete your bachelor's degree

  *You must maintain good grades in college to keep receiving awards.  You must achieve a college GPA or 2.0 for courses taken during     your sophomore year and a 2.5 for courses taken during your junior and senior years

  *Any Oklahoma Promise college student that is suspended for more than one semester for conduct reasons will lose the scholarship





4 English

3 Lab Sciences

3 Mathematics (From Algebra I, Algebra II, Geometry, Trigonometry, Math Analysis, Calculus, Advanced Placement Statistics

3 History and Citizenship Skills (including 1 unit of American History and 2 additional units from the subjects of history, economics,

    geography, government, non-western culture).

2 Foregin Languages (Must be the same langauage) or 2 Computer classes other than typing.

1 Additional course from any of the listed above

1 Fine Arts or Speech

17 Total



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