The University of Tulsa's Presidential Scholarship PDF. In Email
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The TU Presidential Scholarship is an academic merit award that symbolizes TU's commitment to nurturing exceptional talent. This scholarship is awarded to outstanding students who demonstrate academic excellence and dedication to making a meaningful impact. Selection of Presidential Scholars is based on several factors, including exceptional performance in a rigorous college-preparatory curriculum, genuine interest in TU, active co-curricular involvement, and big dreams for the future. In other words, Presidential Scholars think deeply, are engaged fully, are willing to pursue what matters to them in an above and beyond way, and understand the commitment to the university’s core values: excellence in scholarship, dedication to free inquiry, integrity of character, and commitment to humanity.

Award Amount

The Presidential Scholarship covers full tuition for five years or until an undergraduate degree is earned (summers not included). Students must maintain a minimum of 15 hours of coursework per semester.

Eligibility Requirements

Students who either:

  • Rank in the top 5% of their graduating class or
  • Have at least a 4.0 weighted grade point average

Application Requirements

Deadline is Feb. 1, 2024.

Optional Application Materials

  • Official ACT or SAT scores
  • Meet with your TU Admission Counselor
  • Include a 45-second video with your Presidential Scholarship Application
  • Check out international student Aiman Akmal Hizam's video here!

International Freshman Attended NAMSA in Washington D.C.

Aiman Fariz Zaqwan Bin Akmal Hizam is an international freshman from Negeri Sembilan, Malaysia. He is double majoring in Computer Science and French (IEL/ISL) and is a Presidential Scholar at TU. On campus, Aiman is involved in the Pathways to Sports Academy (Data Analytics for Men's Soccer), TU Symphony Orchestra (Violin), and contributes as a writer for The Collegian.

Aiman attended the NAMSA 2023 Summit in Washington D.C. NAMSA, short for The National Assembly of Malaysian Students in America (NAMSA), is a non-profit organization dedicated to serving the Malaysian student community in the U.S. The summit aimed to foster connections between MASAs (Malaysian Student Associations) in the U.S. and NAMSA, addressing issues faced by Malaysian students in the country. The three-day event featured professional development workshops, townhall sessions, and a dialogue with the Ambassador of Malaysia to the United States, Datuk Seri Nazri Abdul Aziz.

Photograph of Aiman and Ambassador of Malaysia Datuk Seri Nazri Abdul Aziz

Freshman Aiman Fariz with 
Ambassador of Malaysia to the United States, Datuk Seri Nazri Abdul Aziz.

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Global Ambassador Scholarship

This awards up to $20,000!

The University of Tulsa launched new scholarship opportunity for fall 2024 international applicants.

Apply with your award winning certificate today!

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