OSF Gives Back


Oklahoma State Fair Scholarship

Established in 2002, the Oklahoma State Fair Scholarship Program has provided nearly $250,000 to deserving and qualified Oklahoma youth through annual, individual awards of $2,500 each. Beginning in 2015, the program selects 10 winners to receive a one-time award of $2,500. 



Guidelines & Application

The 2022 Oklahoma State Fair Scholarship guidelines, which outline eligibility requirements and materials, are available below. The Scholarship application is now closed.

  2022 Oklahoma State Fair Scholarship Guidelines


2021 Recipients

Abby Bell – Bristow High School

Taylor Bishop – Choctaw High School

Baylee Bowen – Chandler High School

Jessica Briggs – Burns Flat – Dill City High School

Caton Cope – Watonga High School

Taylor Dowell – Canton High School

Emma Farmer – Fort Cobb Broxton

Prairie Kaya – Kingfisher High School

Taylor McGill – Tuttle High School

Grace Schneberger – Burns Flat – Dill City High School

Lilyana Sestak – Prague High School


OSAE Visual Arts Scholarship

Registration is now closed. Please check back for future Oklahoma State Fair Scholarships in 2023. 


University Partner

University of Central Oklahoma: UCO will match the $1,500 scholarships presented by the Oklahoma State Fair. The funding is applicable only for Studio Art, Art Education or Art History majors. Recipients must be enrolled full-time as an art major no later than August 15, 2022. For complete information, contact Ines Burnham at iburnham@uco.edu.


2021 Visual Arts Scholarship Winners


Charlie Creekbaum, Checotah High School
Allie Patten, Woodward High School
Parker Schovanec, Oklahoma Bible Academy


Madeline Kendall
Kori O’Neal, Bethel High School

Click the link below to view a sample of the Oklahoma State Fair Visual Arts Scholarship Portfolio

Scholarship Portfolio