The Surayya Anne Foundation operates seven on-site apartments for the economically disadvantaged, the homeless, individuals facing illness or disability, families in crisis, survivors of domestic violence, immigrants and asylum-seekers, and women re-entering society from prison.
Admission requires an application process and the agreement to work or enroll in school full time. Residents develop financial and personal goals under the oversight of the case management team. Counselors also guide residents in applying for other assistance through local social service programs.
The Foundation offers academically deserving Muslim students scholarships to attend higher education in order to achieve their goals. We look for potential scholars in any field of study who exude a high moral character and display passion, integrity, honesty, humility and charisma.
A scholarship committee will review applications, conduct interviews, and notify the selected applicants. Selected scholars must commit 20 community service hours to the Foundation or an approved organization. All materials must be submitted by July 31st.
3.0 non-weighted GPA
25 ACT score or 1200 SAT score
Proof of admission from an accredited college
Residence in Tulsa County