The OU Club of Collin County is a non-profit organization dedicated to serving North Dallas-area alums, friends, and fans of OU. Each year, we foster the ideals and spirit of the University of Oklahoma and celebrate the Sooners in both academics and athletics.
We have a little something for everyone. Whether you are a graduate, former student, or just a supporter, we are the group of Sooners you should join!
Each year the OU Club awards scholarships to deserving students from either Collin or Denton County that are going to be or are currently attending OU.
We award our scholarships based on the student’s academic performance, extracurricular activities, leadership activities, articulation of goals and plans, and financial need. Our scholarship helps each student pay for necessary academic tools to help their school year be a bit less of a financial burden.
See below for more information.
Completed applications are due by midnight on
Saturday, March 11, 2023.
Congratulations to our 2022-2023 Scholarship winners: Campbell and Stutton!
(Check out their videos from last year.)
For your application to be considered, you must meet the following requirements:
1. You must plan on attending OU in the Fall of 2023
2. Scholarship is open to graduating high school seniors and current undergraduate college students
3. Your primary or permanent residence must be in Collin or Denton County
4. Your application must be accurately completed in its entirety
5. Your transcript must be received by the due date.
6. Your video must follow all the requirements set in the Video Application Instructions.
7. Student must be able to participate in the interview
8. Winners must attend Sooner Send-off on Saturday, April 29
1. Send your most recent official and/or certified Transcript to:
OU Club of Collin County
PO Box 724
Allen, TX 75013
Or have your school email access to your official and/or certified transcript to:
2. Using the Video Application Instructions provided create an application video and upload it to YouTube.
3. Click here to fill out the application. (Your video should be complete before you start this step.)
Applications must be completed by midnight on Saturday, March 11, 2023.
Interviews for select top candidates will be held on Saturday, April 1, 2023.
Sooner Send-off will be Saturday, Apri 29, 2023.
Only fully completed applications, that follow all instructions, and are turned in by the deadline will be considered. We appreciate your cooperation and understanding.
Each year scholarships are awarded to deserving students going to OU from the area (Collin or Denton Counties). The OU Club awards this scholarship based on the student’s academic performance, extracurricular activities, leadership activities, articulation of goals and plans, as well as financial need.
This scholarship is awarded through the OU Foundation Funds (OU Alumni Clubs) and is paid directly into the student’s bursar account. If scholarship funds remain after the bursar’s account has been paid in full, the Office of the Bursar processes a check directly to the student. Funding is disbursed into the student’s Bursar account the first week of school.
Do you need some OU Club of Collin County swag, but can't get to a watch party? Or do you want our logo on a coffee mug? No problem. We got you covered. Check out our Merch Store!
Kroger Community Rewards makes fundraising easy. All you have to do is shop at Kroger and use your Plus Card! Log in. Select My Account. Then Select Community Rewards and add our Organization Number WP781.
Tom Thumb Good Neighbor Program
offers customers a way to direct donation dollars while they shop. Make sure you have a Tom Thumb for U account set up either through their website or app. Then, send an email to Good.Neighbor@TomThumb.com and ask them to link your account to The OU Club of Collin County (Number 12716). Include the phone number you use at the register and you're good to go! Tom Thumb will donate 1 percent of all sales linked to our Account Number.
You can donate directly to the OU Club of Collin County. All direct donations are tax-deductible. The OU Club of Collin County is part of the OU Foundation which encourages and supports charitable giving for the benefit of OU.