ADA HIGH CLASS OF 1948 SCHOLARSHIP (Ada High School)
This scholarship will be awarded to an Ada High School senior who ranks closest to “48th” in the graduating class and who plans to attend ECU. This scholarship was established by Ada High School alumni from the 1948 graduating class. The recipient will be selected by Ada High School administrators. 

ADA HIGH CLASS OF 1950 SCHOLARSHIP (Ada High School)
This scholarship will be awarded to an Ada High School senior who ranks closest to “50th” in the graduating class and who plans to attend ECU. This scholarship was established by Ada High School alumni from the 1950 graduating class. The recipient will be selected by Ada High School administrators. 

ADA HIGH CLASS OF 1951 SCHOLARSHIP (Ada High School)
This scholarship will be awarded to an Ada High School senior who plans to attend ECU. This scholarship was established by Ada High School alumni from the 1951 graduating class. The recipient will be selected by Ada High School administrators.

ADA HIGH CLASS OF 1970 SCHOLARSHIP (Ada High School)
This scholarship will be awarded to a student from Ada High School who plans to attend ECU, and the recipient will be selected by Ada High School administrators. This scholarship was established by Ada High School alumni from the 1970 graduating class. The recipient will be selected by Ada High School administrators. 

ADA HIGH CLASS OF 1975 - PAYING IT FORWARD (Ada High School)
This scholarship will be awarded to an Ada High School senior who will be attending East Central University. The recipient will be selected by Ada High School administrators. 

ALBERT BARE MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP (Ada High School)
This scholarship will be awarded to an Ada High School student who plans to attend ECU, who plans to major in Education, who has an above-average GPA, and who comes from a middle-income family. Mr. Bare was a long-time teacher and administrator in the Ada School system, and this scholarship was established in his memory by family and friends. The recipient will be selected by Ada High School administrators. 

COLTON CALAWAY MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP (Ada High School)
This scholarship will be awarded to an Ada High School student who plans to attend ECU. The recipient must have a 3.3 GPA or above at the time of their high school graduation. Preference will be given based on the following: 1) financial need, 2) involvement with the Cougar Tennis program, and 3) plans to major in Computer Programming. This scholarship was established by friends and family of Colton Calaway a 2009 graduate of Ada High and a former ECU student. Colton was an outstanding performer in the classroom and in athletics, winning state runner-up in tennis his junior year. The recipient will be selected by Ada High School administrators. 

FRANK AND JOHNNY STEPHENS DREW SCHOLARSHIP
This scholarship will be awarded to an incoming freshman from one of the smaller school systems in Oklahoma (the size of Roff, Stonewall, or Vanoss, for example). This scholarship was established by Slover Cape, an ECU alumnus who was raised by his aunt and uncle, Frank and Johnny Drew. This scholarship will be awarded at the discretion of the Foundation’s Scholarship Committee.

JEREMY HARREL MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP (Pauls Valley High School)
This scholarship will be awarded to a Pauls Valley High School senior who plans to attend ECU. Family and friends of Jeremy established this scholarship after his death in a tragic automobile accident.

EUGENE HENSLEY SCHOLARSHIP (Ada High School)
This scholarship will be awarded to an Ada High School student who plans to attend ECU, and who exhibits good reading/English skills. The recipient will be selected by Ada High School administrators. 

J. CHALMERS AND CHARLOTTE HERMAN SCHOLARSHIP (Ada High School)
This scholarship will be awarded to an Ada High School senior who plans to attend ECU and is based on need. Dr. Herman was head of Foreign Language department for more than 25 years and this scholarship was established in his honor after his retirement. Mrs. Herman taught German and French part-time at ECU for several years. The recipient will be selected by Ada High School administrators. 

CODY JOHNSON FIVE80 MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP (Pontotoc County)
This scholarship will be awarded to a Pontotoc County student who will be attending ECU and has an interest in athletics. Cody was killed in a tragic motorcycle accident in 2012, and his family, friends, and the “FIVE80” Riders established this scholarship in his memory. The application for this scholarship is distributed by Cody's family and the FIVE80 Riders. 

KIWANIS CLUB OF ADA CENTENNIAL LEADERSHIP ENDOWMENT
This scholarship is for full-time students attending ECU as a first-time, incoming Freshman with preference given to students that graduate from a Pontotoc County high school in Oklahoma. The recipient must have graduated high school with a 3.0 GPA or above and must maintain a 3.0 GPA or above to receive the spring portion of the award. The recipient needs to show leadership abilities through school, civic and/or community involvement. This scholarship can be used to provide assistance with books, tuition, room and meals, as well as out of classroom experiences. The recipients will be chosen by the ECU Foundation Scholarship Committee. 

LADONNE LATIMER CENTENNIAL ENDOWMENT (Ada High School)
This scholarship will be awarded to an Ada High School student who plans to attend ECU with preference to a student from a single-parent home. The recipient must have a minimum 3.0 GPA and minimum ACT score of 21. Mrs. Latimer worked at ECU for several years and this scholarship was established in her memory by friends and family. Ongoing donations are made to this scholarship by her sister, Beverley Bowen. The recipient will be selected by Ada High School administrators. 

LEADERSHIP MURRAY COUNTY CLASS XII CENTENNIAL ENDOWMENT (Davis/Sulphur/OSD high schools)
This scholarship will be awarded to incoming freshmen from Davis High School, Sulphur High School, or the Oklahoma School for the Deaf, in Murray County. The recipient must have a cumulative high school GPA of 3.5 or above, and attend ECU as a full-time student the fall semester immediately following their high school graduation. This scholarship will be awarded at the discretion of the Foundation’s Scholarship Committee.

CHARLIE MELTON MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP (Ada High School)
This scholarship will be awarded to an Ada High School student who will be attending ECU. The recipient must have an ACT score of 23 or higher and a GPA of 3.0 or higher. The recipient will be selected by Ada High School administrators. 

BRANDON OSBORN/NICOLE TRIBBLE MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP (Ada High School)
This scholarship will be awarded to an Ada High School student who plans to attend ECU with preference given to a first-generation college student. Brandon and Nicole were killed in a tragic automobile accident while they were students at Ada High School, and this scholarship was established in their memories by family and friends. The recipient will be selected by Ada High School administrators. 

CARMELITA PAUL SCHOLARSHIP (Elmore City-Pernell High School)
This scholarship will be awarded to a student from Elmore City-Pernell High School who will be attending ECU. Preference will be given to a Math major who has maintained a minimum 3.0 GPA during the last two years of high school. This scholarship was established by Harvey Dean in memory of his favorite math teacher.

ANGIE RAY MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP (Ada High School)
This scholarship will be awarded to an Ada High School student who plans to attend ECU. Angie taught in the Ada School system for several years and this scholarship was established by her family and friends in her memory. The recipient will be selected by Ada High School administrators. 

CECIL AND SELMA GLADDEN SMITH SCHOLARSHIP
This scholarship will be awarded preferably to Pontotoc County students who plan to attend ECU, but can be awarded to students outside of Pontotoc County. The student must have a minimum 3.0 GPA and a minimum ACT score of 22. The Smiths' son Kenneth established this scholarship in his parents’ memory for financial and academically deserving students from Pontotoc County. This scholarship will be awarded at the discretion of the Foundation’s Scholarship Committee.

NIKKI STONECIPHER MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP (Tupelo High School)
(Please contact John Long for scholarship application 580-421-4625.)
This scholarship will be awarded to an incoming Freshman from the Tupelo area and to other students if this guideline cannot be met. This scholarship can be ongoing for eight semesters. This scholarship was established by Harland and Shirley Stonecipher after the tragic deaths of their son, daughter-in-law, and granddaughter Nikki in an airplane accident. Ongoing support is provided by the annual Nikki Stonecipher Memorial Golf Tournament. 

JESS TEAGUE SCHOLARSHIP (Byng High School)
This scholarship will be awarded to a student from Byng High School who will be attending ECU. This scholarship was established by friends and colleagues of long-time Byng basketball coach Bertha Frank Teague after the death of her husband, Jess. 

BERTHA THOMAS FAMILY SCHOLARSHIP (Quinton, Poteau, Wewoka)
This scholarship will be awarded to students from the Quinton, Poteau, or Wewoka geographic areas, who graduate in the upper one-third of their high school graduating class. The recipient must have a high school GPA of 3.0 or above and be a full-time student at East Central University. This scholarship will be awarded at the discretion of the Foundation’s Scholarship Committee.

JUSTIN AND MARGUERITE VOGT SCHOLARSHIP (Byng High School)
This scholarship is awarded to students from Byng High School who will be attending ECU. This scholarship was established by the Vogt’s in honor of Bertha Frank Teague, Wayne Lillard, and Marvin Stokes. 

JOE WEBER/JERRY RAPER CENTENNIAL ATHLETIC ENDOWMENT (Davis High School)
This scholarship will be awarded to a Davis High School student who will be attending ECU. Coaches Weber and Raper were honored with this scholarship by Jay Horne, whose son played football for Coach Weber.