Engineering & Computer Science Scholarships
General Electrical & Computer Engineering Scholarships
The Electrical and Computer Engineering department is blessed with seven endowed scholarship funds which create 11 scholarships the ECE faculty awards each spring to returning students. These scholarships are awarded on academic merit and financial need.
If you are enrolled as an electrical or computer engineering major at OC, we invite you to apply for one of seven endowed scholarships awarded by the College of Engineering and Computer Science.
- Requirement: you are a returning student in OC’s electrical and computer engineering program
- Apply: ask your academic advisor
The Joe Watson Fund
This alumni supported scholarship fund, named after OC's beloved Electrical and Computer Engineering professor, Joe Watson, provides scholarships for incoming freshmen who have declared an ECE major. Students may contact Jeff.Bigelow@OC.edu to apply. Donations are accepted to fuel more scholarships that support transforming lives through Christian education.
The Hudkins Family Scholarship
The Hudkins Family Scholarship is awarded to full time students pursuing an engineering degree or a degree related to the medical field. This scholarship is designed to provide long-term scholarship support for worthy students of Oklahoma Christian University. Awards will be made each year by the scholarship committee whose chair is the Oklahoma Christian University Director for Financial Services, or his or her designee. Student recipients must maintain good academic standing, as defined in the Oklahoma Christian University Academic Catalogue, in order to continue receiving funds from this scholarship endowment.
The McBroom Scholarship
The McBroom Scholarship endowment is to be awarded to full-time students of Oklahoma Christian University just completing their junior year of study in one of the following fields: (1) students studying in the field of math or computer science, (2) or students majoring in the field of science. Student recipients are to be selected by the math and computer science or science faculty and announced on Honors Day. The award criteria should be based upon academic performance, potential for future service, character, leadership and involvement.
The Loyd Scholarship
The Loyd Scholarship is meant to recognize and award two $4000 scholarships to incoming Freshman who have demonstrated an aptitude for mechanical engineering, displayed integrity and leadership with their peers and influenced their community through their faith in God. Applicants should have completed their OC application for admission, have earned an ACT score of 25 or higher and a 3.0 high school GPA.
Apply for the Loyd Scholarship - Deadline is February 28, 2022, Interviews conducted March 7-19