Sam Noble Scholarship
The Sam Noble Scholarship Program supports students from southern Oklahoma as they strive toward achieving an associate degree in technology, or bachelor's and graduate degrees in numerous agriculture-related fields.
Sam Noble Scholars pursuing a future in agriculture can study subjects ranging from communications and economics to agribusiness and biosystems agricultural engineering. For scholars focused on technology certifications or degrees, available fields extend across the full spectrum of vocations, including computer information systems, photography, high-voltage electricity and more.
Students at any classification level – from incoming freshmen to graduate students – may apply from Nov. 1 to Feb. 15.
Students residing within one of 15 south-central and southeastern Oklahoma counties, including Atoka, Bryan, Carter, Choctaw, Coal, Garvin, Jefferson, Johnston, Love, Marshall, McCurtain, Murray, Pontotoc, Pushmataha and Stephens, are eligible.
Students from other areas of the state or outside of Oklahoma are not eligible to apply.
Eligible institutions for the agricultural scholarship include:
- Oklahoma State University (Stillwater).
- Oklahoma Panhandle State University (Goodwell).
- Texas Tech University (Lubbock).
- Texas A&M University (College Station).
- Any land-grant institution in the remaining states.
Eligible institutions for the technology scholarship are:
- Oklahoma State University Institute of Technology - Okmulgee.
- Oklahoma State University - Oklahoma City.
What is the amount of the scholarship?
- Agriculture scholarship – $2,500 per semester for undergraduates; $3,125 per semester for graduate students.
- Technology scholarship - up to $1,875 per semester.
- $20,000 for Bachelor of Science
- $12,500 for Master of Science
- $7,500 for Technology Program
Our scholarship application is now available online. If you would like to preview the application before creating an account, choose the Preview Application button below. If you wish to go directly to the account login to start your application, choose the Apply Now button below. All materials must be submitted through the online application process by Feb. 15. For more information about the Sam Noble Scholarship, please contact our Department of Philanthropy, Engagement, and Project Management by calling 580-224-6247 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Applications are available annually from Nov. 1 to Feb. 15.