Join us for the Bartlesville Scholarship Breakfast and learn how your support for scholars impacts students and our community.

Bartlesville Scholarship Breakfast
Friday, March 29, 2019
8:15 am – 9:30 am
Bartlesville Community Center
300 SE Adams Blvd, Bartlesville, OK 74003

Fundraising Breakfast. March 29 8:15 am Bartlesville Community Center

Dollars raised in Bartlesville stay in Bartlesville!

Your participation at the RSU Bartlesville Scholarship Fundraising Breakfast can help offset cost for tuition, books and supplies for in-need RSU Bartlesville students.

Your cost? The event is open to the public at no cost to individuals. Donations will be accepted. Consult with a tax professional to discuss if a portion of your contribution is tax-deductible. FMV for the meal is $15.

Table Sponsorships begin at $600 and sponsorship packages are available to meet philanthropic interests and marketing goals. Contact Angie Thompson RSU Foundation Development Officer to begin a conversation about sponsorships.

What to wear? It’s business casual. Show support for RSU Bartlesville scholars by wearing Hillcat colors (blue/red) or Hillcat shirts. Shirts are available at Moxie on Second and the Walmart Superstore. Visit for more options.

Guest speakers

Karen LarsenKaren Larsen, News Anchor for 2 Works for You (KJRH)

2 Works for You isn’t just a motto for Karen, it’s a daily mission that has not changed in the nearly 20 years as the evening news anchor and reporter. Karen is a dedicated journalist covering events throughout northeastern Oklahoma with an emphasis on breaking news, health and early childhood education issues since May of 1996. Karen’s work on newscasts and other special projects has earned her six Emmy awards, honors from the Society of Professional Journalists, the Oklahoma Association of Broadcasters, as well as national and regional Edward R. Murrow Awards from the Radio and Television Digital News Association (RTNDA).

Rusell ArellanesRussell Arellanes, 2016 RSU alumnus and past RSU Scholarship Recipient

Russell will share how receiving scholarships from the RSU Foundation allowed him to complete a Bachelor of Science degree in Molecular Biology at RSU. Russell is now completing a medical degree at the Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences (KCU-COM).




Register now and help make a difference for RSU Bartlesville students.


Can’t attend the event? You can support the cause anytime. Make a donation to the Restricted Bartlesville Scholarship Fund.


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