Scholarships for Students Majoring in Physics

The Department of Physics at Oklahoma State University invites applications for the Daniel S. Stevens, the Earl A. Lafon, the Paul A. Westhaus, and the Elton Kohnke Physics Scholarships.

The initial awards for the Stevens, Lafon and Westhaus Physics Scholarships can be made annually to outstanding students majoring in Physics. These scholarship awards are renewable for up to four years. The Kohnke Physics Scholarship awards are for outstanding Juniors and Seniors. Recipients are expected to maintain an overall GPA at OSU of 3.0, and to maintain full-time student status at OSU with Physics as the primary major.

The Physics Scholarship recipients will also be eligible for additional awards through the Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid, such as the Oklahoma State Regents Scholarships and University Presidential Scholarships. As with all Physics majors, the recipients will have the opportunity to participate in the Freshman Research Scholars program. Students participating in this program will be guided by a Physics faculty mentor while working on a research project, and receive an additional stipend.

 

INCOMING FRESHMEN Applying for Stevens, Lafon, and Westhaus Scholarships

Incoming students may apply for both admission to the university and all scholarships through The Office of Undergraduate Admissions by completing an OKLAHOMA STATE APPLICATION FOR ADMISSION AND SCHOLARSHIPS.

 

CURRENT OSU STUDENTS Applying for Stevens, Lafon, and Westhaus Scholarships

Currently enrolled physics majors may apply for these scholarships by completing the SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION FORM FOR CURRENT STUDENTS (PDF).

Current students should submit application materials and request that letters of reference be sent to:

The Physics Scholarship Committee
c/o Dr. David N. McIlroy
Department of Physics
Oklahoma State University
Stillwater, OK 74078

 

Scholarship Recipients

Finalists for the Physics Scholarships will be chosen on the basis of their academic achievements and potential for pursuing an undergraduate degree in Physics. Application review will begin in mid-February. The Physics Scholarship recipients will be recognized at the Physics Awards Banquet in April.

 

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