2020 Oklahoma State Fair Canceled

OSF Gives Back


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. 


State Fair Scholarship



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Guidelines & Application

The State Fair Scholarship guidelines and instructions, which outline eligibility requirements and materials, are available below. The 2020 Oklahoma State Fair Scholarship application is now closed.        

  2020 Oklahoma State Fair Scholarship Guidelines

*Due to current events, the timeline of the review, interview and selection process has been delayed. We will contact applicants with updated information as it becomes available. 


2019 Recipients

Beth Armstrong - Mulberry Grove School

Camden Cope - Watonga High School

Jacie Doyle - Yukon High School

Lorsa Hughes - Burns Flat - Dill  City High School

Seth McCaa - Elmore City - Pernell High School

Darci Peach - Seiling Public Schools

Arielle Quartuccio - Norman North High School

Elizabeth Schneider - Seiling Public Schools

Tanner Stevens - Yukon High School

Bree Taylor - Kingfisher High School

Hannah Wagar - Oklahoma School of Science and Mathematics


Visual Arts Scholarship

The visual arts scholarship is designed to promote art education for Oklahoma’s youth. The scholarship is open to any high school senior whose school participated in the Oklahoma Student Art Exhibition in the past two years. 



OSAE Scholarships made possible in part by the Ad Astra Foundation.



  2020 Guidelines

2020 Registration

Registration will close at 5 p.m. on Monday, March 16.


2019 Recipients


Avril Cowo, Southeast High School

Laura Rose, Vanoss High School

Taryn McLaughlin, Carl Albert High School


Cinthia Tu, Pauls Valley High School

Whisper Walker, Clinton High School