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Speech Scholarships

Questions about Speech scholarships? Contact the SNU Speech Department at (405) 491-6328.

Armold, Dr. Jack David Scholarship

  • Established by Jack D. Armold, Ph.D., and funded by the sales of performance tapes of the Pilgrim's Progress presentation by Dr. Armold
  • Provides awards to Speech Communication majors with a minimum GPA of 3.0
  • Any classification eligible to apply
  • If candidates are not available, funds may be awarded to deserving students majoring in [1] English, and [2] history
  • Amount varies

Coburn, Annette Dipboye Scholarship - Drama

  • Established by Thurman Coburn, Ph.D., husband
  • Restricted to upper-division students in Speech Communications
  • 1st preference for students interested in Drama or teaching Drama
  • Amount varies

Emmel, Robert & Naomi Bolerjack Scholarship

  • Established by Naomi Emmel, and the friends of Dr. Robert Emmel
  • Restricted to Junior and Senior level Speech majors
  • Must have a verifiable financial need
  • Amount varies

Matson, E. Boyd Scholarship

  • Established and funded by E. Boyd Matson
  • Provides funds for Speech Communication students with a preference for TV/Broadcasting majors
  • Any classification eligible to apply
  • Amount varies

Murrow, Dr. Wayne L. Scholarship

  • Established and funded by the friends and former students of Dr. Wayne Murrow
  • Provides general awards to students majoring in Speech Communication
  • Minimum 2.5 GPA
  • Amount varies

Schumann, Doris Beaver Memorial Scholarship

  • Established by Dr. Joy Beaver, and teh family of Doris Schumann
  • Upper Division Speech Communication Major
  • Preference in Drama
  • Amount varies

Please note:  All scholarships are available only to traditional students in traditional programs unless otherwise specified.

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