Ottawa University’s activity awards are available to students who have demonstrated significant skill or potential in an extra-curricular or co-curricular activity. A student may receive only one activity award, although they are encouraged to participate in other activities, if they wish. Amounts vary and continued participation in the activity is required to keep the award.
Athletic Scholarships - Student-athletes seeking athletic activity awards at Ottawa University should contact the Admissions Office to learn more.
Non-Athletic Scholarships - Students seeking non-athletic activity awards at Ottawa University should contact the Admissions Office to learn more.
Ottawa University Awards
Contact an Enrollment Advisor to learn more, including the amount of these awards.
Ottawa Indian Award - Awarded to admitted members of the Ottawa Indian Tribe of Oklahoma. Documentation of tribal membership must be submitted and verified by the tribal office. Students will receive full tuition, regular fees, and room and board (if residing on campus). Contact an Enrollment Advisor for more details.
The following awards may be added to other academic scholarship, activity award or Ottawa University grant for which the student is eligible.
Alumni Award - Awarded to children or grandchildren of Ottawa University graduates.
Sibling Award - Awarded to concurrently enrolled siblings attending Ottawa University; retained if sibling graduates.
American Baptist Church Award - Awarded to students who are active members of a church that is a member of the American Baptist Churches of the USA denomination. Requires a completed evaluation from the pastor or church official.
Regional American Baptist Church Award - Awarded to active members of American Baptist Churches of the Central Region (Kansas, Oklahoma and Arkansas) or Rocky Mountain Region (Colorado, New Mexico, Wyoming and Eastern Utah). Students may receive this award in addition to the American Baptist Church award.
Franklin County Award - Awarded to students who graduated from a Franklin County, Kansas, high school and reside on-campus at Ottawa University (limited availability).