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Bob E. Jones Endowed Student Scholarship

Established in October 1997, it provided needed financial assistance to Oklahoma osteopathic students in their quest to become a physician. The endowed program honors the memory of Bob E. Jones who was a loyal and effective leader, serving as Executive Director of the Oklahoma Osteopathic Association for thirty years, and made significant contributions to the osteopathic profession.


  • Deadline February 1
  • Applicant must be a lawful resident of the United States and one of the following:
    • Non-Independent – student must have at least one parent, stepparent or court-appointed guardian who is an Oklahoma resident and who has claimed the applicant as a dependent on his/her federal income tax return for the previous year
    • Independent – student must have lived in Oklahoma in some capacity other than as a full-time student at a post-secondary institution for at least 12 consecutive months prior to matriculation to medical school
  • Applicant is full-time osteopathic medical student
  • Entering second, third, or fourth year of medical school in the upcoming academic year
  • Preference to applicants who have completed two years of osteopathic medical training and who indicate a desire to practice in Oklahoma
  • Class standing and cumulative grade point average are major determining factors
  • Finalists may be asked to interview with the Scholarship Committee
  • Recipient selected by OEFOM