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State Aid

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State Aid

How do I apply for the Pennsylvania State Grant?

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You must be a resident of the state of Pennsylvania and complete a FAFSA. The state will notify ORU if you are selected to receive Pennsylvania Grant funding.

What types of State grants are available at ORU?

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State-based aid is available to residents of Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Vermont, and Rhode Island.

How do I apply for the Vermont State Grant?

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You must be a resident of Vermont and complete a FAFSA. The state will notify ORU if you are selected to receive Vermont Grant funding.

How do I apply for the Rhode Island State Grant?

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You must be a resident of Rhode Island and complete a FAFSA. The state will notify ORU if you are selected to receive Rhode Island Grant funding.

How do I apply for Oklahoma State Grants?

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Oklahoma has 3 grants available: Oklahoma’s Promise, Oklahoma Tuition Aid Grant (OTAG), and Oklahoma Tuition Equalization Grant (OTEG) .

In order to apply for the Oklahoma Tuition Aid or Equalization Grants, you must be a resident of Oklahoma and complete a FAFSA by March 1st.

The Oklahoma’s Promise program application must be completed prior to your sophomore year in high school. Effective Fall 2012, Oklahoma’s Promise recipients must also submit a FAFSA and meet secondary income requirements as established by the State Legislature.

How do I know if I have been awarded a State Grant?

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Any state grant funds you are eligible to receive will be reflected on your award letter in Vision.

When will my State Grant disburse?

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State Grants require certification of enrollment prior to disbursement, which ORU submits to the State following the drop/add period each semester. Most disbursements are sent via check and arrive within 8 weeks of the start of the semester.

How much is Oklahoma’s Promise?

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Oklahoma’s Promise is awarded per credit hour at private universities in Oklahoma. The amount is determined annually by the Oklahoma State Regents and released in late July. For 2016-2017, Oklahoma’s Promise is awarded at $168.00 per credit hour enrolled.

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