Emergency Aid Funding is designed to support Oklahoma State University Institute of Technology (OSUIT) students who need 15 or less credit hours to graduate. The program uses funds from within the institution and does not impact a recipient’s ability to qualify for other financial aid.
Funding awards are first-come, first-serve, with the goal of helping the greatest number of eligible applicants as possible. Funding applications are accepted throughout the semester. Awarded funds are applied to a student’s Bursar account to ensure they can enroll for the following term. Emergency Aid Funds may not cover a student's entire outstanding Bursar balance.
All applicants should come from campus referrals. OSUIT faculty and staff who are familiar with students' academic progress are encouraged to direct eligible students to this website to complete the application.
The application is short and completely online. Only actively enrolled OSUIT students are eligible to apply. Once the application is complete and has been submitted, the student will automatically receive a confirmation email. If a student is selected to receive Emergency Aid Funds, they will receive a fund offer letter that will require them to accept or decline the funds. Students are encouraged to regularly check their OKSTATE email for a response to their application. Responses are generally received within 10-14 business days of an application being submitted.
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Frequently Asked Questions
The application only takes 10-15 minutes to complete. Students will need to be aware of the exact amount owed on their Bursar account before starting the application.
You may apply twice during a full academic year but are only be eligible to receive funds during two academic terms.
10-14 business days.
Additional Funding Resources
Below are several resource lists that you can explore for additional academic and non-academic funding to assist you as you complete your education. (Coming soon!)