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Developing Whole Leaders for the whole World

EMPOWERING STUDENTS ON THE QUEST FOR WHOLENESS

Since its debut in 2009, more than 6,000 undergraduate and graduate students have benefited from the Quest Whole Leader Scholarship Program at Oral Roberts University, which seeks to assist and recognize exceptional students who are on a quest for wholeness.

 

QUEST WHOLE LEADER Scholarship

Recipients are committed to developing a healthy, character-driven lifestyle that sets the standard in society and enables them to thrive in life. Our students demonstrate the following:

  • A Christ-centered life
  • A passion to serve others
  • Academic accomplishment
  • A healthy lifestyle
  • An ability to lead well
  • A vision to impact the world positively

How to Apply

UNDERGRADUATE

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Undergraduate Scholarships

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Undergraduate students may apply for awards ranging in value up to the cost of full tuition.

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Scholarship Guidelines and Renewal Criteria

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Click below to see a list of guidelines and renewal criteria for the Quest Whole Leader Scholarship.

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Nominations

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Are you or do you know a high school senior, high school graduate or transfer student interested in attending ORU?

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We offer a variety of options for you to encounter ORU’s life-transforming community, culture, and campus.

GRADUATE

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Graduate Fellowships and Scholarships

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Graduate students may apply for awards ranging in value up to 100% tuition with a $15,000 stipend.

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Application Process

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If you are a student dreaming of furthering your education with a graduate degree from ORU, complete the 5 steps below to be considered* for our Quest Whole Leader Scholarship and Fellows Program.

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Scholarship Guidelines and Renewal Criteria

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In order to qualify for consideration, you must be a newly admitted graduate student in one of ORU’s residential graduate programs or a current ORU graduate student with twelve or fewer completed hours of graduate study in your program of interest.

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