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Miscellaneous Scholarships

Tulsa Reconciliation Education and Scholarship Program


The intent of the scholarship program is to preserve awareness of the history and meaning of the tragic events of the Tulsa Race Massacre in 1921. Applicants should be students whose character and conduct contribute to greater communication and understanding between persons of diverse backgrounds. Students with evidence of direct lineal descendancy from the Tulsa Race Massacre are strongly encouraged to apply.

The program will award scholarships to eligible participants enrolled in an institution within the Oklahoma State System of Higher Education, a private institution in Oklahoma, or an Oklahoma career technology program.



To be eligible, a student must meet the following requirements: 
  • Reside in the Tulsa School District
  • Have a taxable family income not exceeding $70,000
  • Attend or have attended a Tulsa public school where 75% or more of the students qualify for the free and reduced lunch program, or reside in a census block area within the Tulsa School District where 30% or more of the residents are at or below the poverty level.


How to Apply


An advisory committee of Tulsa community members, coordinated by Langston University, will review the applications and make recommendations to the State Regents for scholarship recipients.


June 30, 2024


Further Information

If you have any questions or need further assistance, please contact Sherri L. Smith-Keys, DNP, RN, Executive Director of the Langston University Tulsa Campus, at or (918) 877-8140, ext. 8140.

The application for the Tulsa Reconciliation Scholarship Program is currently closed. Please check back for the 2024 application.



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