There are several options when considering a gift to the Rogers State University Foundation for the Oklahoma Military Academy Alumni Association. Through planned giving, you can make a significant contribution and designate your intentions for your contribution. If you would like to give a gift in memory or honor of someone special, please use this OMA Gift Donation Card (pdf).
Many OMA alumni have already joined the RSU Legacy Society by arranging for gifts that will benefit one of our scholarship endowments.
Troop 40 OMA Cavalry Endowment:
The Troop 40 OMA Cavalry Endowment was established in 1995 by OMA alumni who were cadets on College Hill during the decade of the 1940s. Earnings from this endowment provide funds for academic scholarships awarded to worthy students attending Rogers State University.
OMA Fifties Alumni Endowment:
The OMA Fifties Alumni Endowment was established in January 1992 by the OMA Corps of Cadets. Earnings from this endowment provide funds for academic scholarships awarded to worthy students attending Rogers State University.
The 1960’s and 1970’s/ in honor of those Killed in Action Scholarship Endowment:
Those alumni who attended OMA during the decades of the sixties and seventies are currently developing the OMA Sixties and Seventies Alumni Endowment. The current balance is $36,921.00. A minimum balance of $10,000 is required before an endowment can be established.
GOLD Program Scholarships
The Guard Officer Leadership Development (GOLD) program, which develops Soldiers into future commissioned officers, made its inaugural debut to the university in 2014, bringing boots back on the hill after more than 40 years. The program prepares Soldiers for Officer Candidate School (OCS) between their junior and senior year of college.
- About the GOLD Program
- GOLD Program Students at Work: Guidon Spring 2015 (pdf)
- Boots Back on the Hill: Guidon Winter 2015 Edition (pdf)
- Private Support Keeps National Guard Leadership Program on RSU Campus
- First RSU GOLD Program Student Completes Officer Candidate School
For more information on how you can help with the GOLD Program Scholarship contact Dr. Danette Boyle.