Endowed Scholarships

Active Endowed Scholarships

(as of October 16, 2013)
Click the titles below to read more about each scholarship.

Benjamin P. Abney Scholarship in Law
Marilynn Reeson Baker Scholarship
Neil E. Bogan Memorial Scholarship
The Katherine Louise and Edwin Booth Moffett Scholarship in Law
Jay C. Byers Scholarship
W. Thomas Coffman Scholarship
J. Christopher Darden Scholarship
Gerald B. Ellis Scholarship
William E. Douglass Scholarship
Norman Hicks Scholarship in Law
William Wayne Hood Jr. Memorial Scholarship
Jones-Givens-Gotcher Scholarship in Law
Shirley Hudson Knopp Scholarship (in loving memory of Wash E. Hudson)
James A. Kennedy Scholarship
Richard K. Lane and Ruth S. Lane Memorial Trust
Latham, Stall, Wagner, Steele, and Lehman Scholarship in Law
Hanson Gavin Lee Scholarship
Villard Martin Scholarship
Donald L. Mathews Scholarship
Samuel H. Minsky Scholarship in Law
Donald P. Moyers Scholarship in Law
Charles L. Owens Scholarship
Hugh Ownby Scholarship for Law
Rockelli Family Scholarship
John and Hazel Rogers
Dean John Rogers Fund
Claude H. Rosenstein Law Scholarship
Willa I. Shaver Scholarship in Law
Charles Steele Scholarship
Harland and Shirley Stonecipher Scholarship in Law
Utsey Family Scholarship
Harley and Thelma Van Cleave Scholarship
Ed and Helen Wallace Scholarship
James W. Wallis Scholarship
Robert N. Yaffe Scholarship

"It would be difficult to exaggerate the impact the Harland and Shirley Stonecipher Scholarship has had on my legal education. The scholarship has allowed me to focus on non-profit work and devote my time to serving the underserved in the Tulsa area. Working with those most in need is an invaluable experience. I am thankful for the scholarship and hope to continue to pass on the altruism that has been given to me."

- Harrison Garlick (JD candidate '15), Harland and Shirley Stoecipher Scholarship recipient

"I am very honored to have received the Ed and Helen Wallace Scholarship and am grateful for the tremendous benefits it has provided for me.  Law school is an enterprise that expends a student's resources on many levels, but thanks to the generosity of Ed and Helen Wallace, I am able to expend more of my mental resources on the work at hand instead of worrying about financial resources.  Truly, I do not know whether law school would have been an option for me without the support of the Ed and Helen Wallace."

- Debbye Scroggins (JD candidate '14), Ed and Helen Wallace Scholarship recipient


Contact Martha Cordell, Associate Dean for Student Affairs, for more information about these scholarships or beginning a new scholarship for The University of Tulsa College of Law students at 918.631.3990 or mcordell@utulsa.edu.