Scholarship

2019 Justin Noyes High School Scholarship Applications Announcement:

The Tulsa Post of the SAME is pleased to announce the award of three $2,000 Justin Noyes Scholarships to senior high school students who intend to earn a degree in engineering, biological science or physical science.

These annual scholarships are in honor of Marine Sergeant Justin Noyes, an American Hero, who fought and died while serving our country in Fallujah, Iraq. Named for a remarkable young man who was fiercely dedicated to the service of our Nation, the scholarships recognize students whose accomplishments; associated with scholastic abilities, leadership and love of country; are honored by SAME and mirror the achievements of Sergeant Noyes.

The Tulsa Post of the SAME wants to award these scholarships to students who have the desire and ability to become excellent engineers, physical scientists, or biological scientists. Our eligibility requirements; therefore, do not limit the scholarship opportunity to those students with the best grades or the highest ACT scores. We are depending on guidance counselors, teachers, JROTC leaders, and Tulsa Post SAME members to identify students who are most deserving and might not otherwise qualify for scholarships based primarily on academic achievement.

Those receiving scholarships for 2019 include:

  • Kaitlyn Bell - 4-year Renewable Recipient - Broken Arrow High School
  • Alyson Kain - Broken Arrow High School
  • Melody Holcomb - Bixby High School

Those receiving their $2,000 renewable scholarships from past awards include:

  • Rhett Phillips - 2nd-year
  • Noah Anderson - 3rd-year
  • Blake Mattioda- 4th-year

 

2018 J.D. Metcalfe College Scholarship Announcement:

The Tulsa Post of the Society of American Military Engineers (SAME) is pleased to announce the award of three $2,500 scholarships to Junior or Senior students in Engineering, Biological Sciences and Physical Sciences programs.

Our annual scholarships are named in honor of Mr. J.D. Metcalfe who was instrumental in accomplishing unprecedented and nationally recognized flood risk reduction initiatives in Tulsa, Oklahoma and was a loyal and respected member of the SAME. During his career as Tulsa Street Commissioner, Mr. Metcalfe’s vision and leadership improved the quality of life of countless Tulsans. These scholarships will recognize students whose accomplishments; associated with scholastic abilities, leadership and love of country; are honored by SAME and mirror the achievements of Mr. Metcalfe.

These scholarships are not limited to students interested in military careers. All applicants in Engineering, Biological Science, or Physical Science programs that meet the eligibility requirements will be considered.

Those receiving scholarships for 2018 include:

  • Braden Edwards - University of Tulsa
  • Garrison Keithline- Oklahoma State University
  • Jordan Sosa - University of Tulsa

 

 


 

 

 

2019 Will Rogers JROTC Scholarship recipients (L-R) Naomi Pernell, Leidin Dagum, David Epperly (SAME), Robert Ferguson, and David Stover

 

 

J.D. Metcalfe College Scholarships for college students includes $2,000 minimum scholarships awarded to three Junior or Senior college students. These scholarships are not limited to students interested in military careers. All applicants in Engineering, Biological Science, or Physical Science programs that meet the eligibility requirements will be considered. Applications for these scholarships will be available in November.

 

Justin Noyes High School Scholarship for senior high school students from high schools in the Tulsa area who intend to earn a degree in engineering, biological science or physical science. One of the scholarships awarded will be a renewable 4-year scholarship and will be at the $8,000 level ($2,000 per year for four years) to the top graduating high school senior applicant. Applications for these scholarships will be available in March.

 

Will Rogers JROTC Scholarships. The Tulsa Post donates $1,000 to the Will Rogers High School JROTC Program each year in April. In addition, four $1500 scholarships are awarded to deserving high school students. These students are enrolled in AP courses and make up the Will Rogers JROTC BN Color Guard and are its top producing Cadets.