The Jud Little '65 Scholarship Program
Shining examples, on horseback.
Recipients of this scholarship display the qualities befitting Culver citizenship and leadership in their daily lives, as well as a significant interest in horsemanship.
What Makes a Little Scholar
- Significant interest in horsemanship, 4-H, or community activities
- An excellent citizenship record
- An academic record of achievement that ensures success in Culver's highly competitive college preparatory curriculum
- Those characteristics and traits that suggest the successful candidate will participate fully in Culver's leadership development program
- Financial need
Who is eligible
All students from Oklahoma who apply to Culver and meet the scholarship eligibility criteria.
What it covers
- Full tuition
- Room and board
- Equitation Fees and costs
- One round-trip airline ticket each school year
- Global Pathways Spring Program experience in U.S. or abroad
- Books and laptop
““A Culver education has already given me opportunities that I would not have gotten at my old school. The rigorous courses push me to be my best and to be thankful every day that I am here. I have ridden horses ever since I can remember. To get to do that through the horsemanship program, while also getting everything else that Culver has to offer — it genuinely blows my mind, every day!”Jayden HallJud Little '65 Scholar
Oklahoma rancher and oilman Jud Little graduated from the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School of Finance and Commerce. His Jud Little Ranch in Ardmore specialized in breeding horses for timed rodeo events. Jud was a past president of the Culver Legion, the alumni organization of Culver Academies, and served on the Culver Educational Foundation’s Board of Trustees. Mr. Little was a 2004 inductee into Culver’s Horsemanship Hall of Fame and was co-chairman of the Academies’ Horsemanship Capital Campaign.