Oklahoma’s Promise offers qualified Oklahoma students an opportunity to earn a scholarship for college tuition.
Which Courses Qualify for Oklahoma’s Promise?
Please continue to be very careful about the courses intended to count for Oklahoma’s Promise, college admission and the college preparatory/work-ready curriculum. The allowable courses are very specific as described in the curriculum. For more details, please visit www.okpromise.org, click on the FAQ in the Quick Links at the bottom of the homepage and then click on Courses to Take. Students taking high school career tech courses intended to count toward the OKPromise curriculum requirements must have the courses (not the program title) listed on the transcript.
In evaluating the 2021 Oklahoma’s Promise seniors’ transcripts and program verification curriculum worksheets, we found a few errors described below:
For more information on the unique policies for students in these situations, contact the Oklahoma’s Promise office.
VA education benefits can help you pay your tuition, pick out a school, choose a career, and more. If you’re an active-duty service member or Veteran, a member of the National Guard or Reserves, or a qualified survivor or dependent, find out if you can get VA education benefits through the GI Bill.
“GI BILL® is a registered trademark of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). More information about education benefits offered by the VA is available at the official U.S. government website at www.benefits.va.gov/gibill.
The National Guard State Tuition Waiver Program (STW) entitles eligible members of the Oklahoma Army and Air National Guard who are attending two or four year accredited institutions of higher learning within the State of Oklahoma to the following benefit. This benefit will waive the resident tuition of satisfactory participating Oklahoma National Guard members who are Oklahoma residents. The resident tuition waiver can waive up to eighteen (18) credit hours per semester per institution. The recipient must be pursuing an associate’s or bachelor’s degree and be enrolled in a minimum of three (3) hours to receive the waiver.