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Community College Scholarship

Scholars Program Benefits
Benefits of Earning a Credential
Support and Assistance
Scholars Education Options
Scholarship Eligibility
Scholarship Payment
Community College Scholarship Brochure
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Scholars Program Benefits

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Benefits of Earning a Credential

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Support and Assistance
Being a scholar is a collaborative process between you and the Scholars program. Working closely with your scholar coordinator can help you set and achieve goals, connect with campus resources and make responsible decisions consistent with your interests, goals, abilities and credential.

The Scholars program promotes scholar success by empowering scholars to take responsibility for achieving their academic and professional goals.

Scholar coordinators:

For more information or assistance, contact the scholar coordinator in your area:

Carl Albert State College, Poteau, Idabel and Sallisaw, Verna Corley, 918.647.1252

Connors State College, Muskogee, 405.225.9395 or 866.343.3881

Eastern Oklahoma State College, Wilburton, 405.225.9395 or 866.343.3881

Murray State College, Tishomingo, 405.225.9395 or 866.343.3881

Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College, Miami, 405.225.9395 or 866.343.3881

Northern Oklahoma College, Tonkawa, Enid and Stillwater, Quen Wilczek, 405.372.2404

Oklahoma City Community College

Oklahoma State University – Oklahoma City, Jeff Rosson, 405.945.9168 or 800.560.4099

Redlands Community College, El Reno, Karen Huett, 405.422.1286

Rose State College, Midwest City, Jennifer Bachhofer, 405.733.7449

Seminole State College, 405.225.9395 or 866.343.3881

Tulsa Community College, Ashley Watkins, 918.595.8280, or Melissa Schad, 918.595.8024

Western Oklahoma State College, Altus, Shanna McBride, 580.477.7880

Career Technology Centers, Tonya Vineyard, 405.225.9133 or 866.343.3881

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Scholar Education Options in Child Development

Associate Degree (A.A./A.S./A.A.S.). Director's Certificate of Mastery (DCoM). Certificate of Completion (DCoC or SCoC). Certificate of Mastery (CoM). Child Development Associate Credential (CDA).

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Scholarship Eligibility
To qualify for the Scholars program, child care providers must:

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Scholarship Payment
With the Scholars program, you can:

The scholarship pays 70 percent of tuition and fees and 100 percent of books.

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Community College Scholarship Brochure
Scholarship for Child Care Professionals... Just Like You (PDF, 910k)

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For More Information
For more information, visit the links on the right or contact the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education, 866.343.3881 (toll free) or 405.225.9397, or the Scholars for Excellence in Child Care scholar coordinator in your area.

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