Safari McDoulett Memorial Scholarship

For US Grant, Capitol Hill or Southeast High School students – The Safari McDoulett Memorial Scholarship Fund is in memory of Safari McDoulett who was a graduate of US Grant High School and before her passing was the Communications Director for Oklahoma County Commission Brian Maughan.

Criteria: 1) Must be a graduate of US Grant High School, Capitol Hill High School or Southeast High School in Oklahoma City; 2) have a 2.0 or greater GPA; 3) have financial need; 4) be involved in community service and/or have a part-time job; 5) have completed at least 12 credit hours at OCCC; 6) plan on obtaining an associate degree from OCCC; 7) complete essay; and 8) must be able to attend the South Oklahoma City Chamber Excellence in Education Banquet typically in April.

$1,000 for full time; may be prorated based on number of hours

Supplemental Questions
  1. Please select from which High School you graduated. If you did not graduate from one of the following, please select "Not Applicable."
  2. Are you involved in community service or have a part-time job?
  3. Are you in need of financial assistance to attend OCCC?
  4. ESSAY: (500 -750 Words) Please tell us your educational and professional goals. Explain your financial needs and how this scholarship will help you reach your overall goals.