James Anderson Logan Jr. and Betty Ann McFarland Logan Scholarship Fund
- Applicants must be single parents. The single parent must have legal custody and have sole responsibility for the care of at least one child, age 26 or younger, as long as the child is still on the parent’s insurance. A single parent is defined as a parent who lives with a child or children and has no husband, wife, or partner. Proof of sole custody will be required.
- Applicants must be from the state of Oklahoma attending college at a four-year, two-year or vocational-technical school.
- Preference for students with financial need.
The award may be used for tuition, fees, books, equipment and supplies at a four-year, two-year or vocational-technical school. Students may be full-time or part-time; however, only students enrolled in at least nine credit hours will receive the full award. Students in less than nine hours will receive half of the award. This award is renewable for up to three years on a typical two-year track (such as vocational technology institute or a community college) and six years on a standard four-year track. Students are only eligible for renewal if they show progression toward a degree and complete a brief essay on how they plan to achieve their educational goals each year. Students must also maintain a 2.50 GPA.
The James Anderson Logan, Jr., and Betty Ann McFarland Logan Scholarship was established to memorialize the lives of James Anderson Logan, Jr., and Betty Ann McFarland Logan and to encourage single parents to pursue higher education.