Sue Ann Arnall - Chapman Legacy Society
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Gifts Established:

  • Arnall Scholars Endowment | Est. 2019
Brick engraved with name Sue Ann Arnall

Sue Ann Arnall

Sue Ann Arnall believes that racial diversity provides important benefits to everyone in a higher education setting, and she has supported this philosophy by making a large gift to The University of Tulsa, her alma mater. This gift from the Arnall Family Foundation creates the Arnall Scholars Endowment, which will provide scholarships to help recruit and retain African-American students from Oklahoma for generations to come. Arnall hopes her endowment will offer an avenue to more lucrative and dynamic careers for her scholarship recipients while fostering a campus culture that is inclusive and diverse. Arnall Scholarships are available to both undergraduate and law students.

Sue Ann Arnall graduated from TU with a B.S. in economics in 1977 before earning her TU Law degree in 1980. She went on to build a distinguished record of professional and public service through her career as an attorney with the Public Finance Law Group in Oklahoma City, in leadership roles with multiple energy industry boards and organizations, and as Board Member and President of the Arnall Family Foundation. Her commitments have included the worthy causes of child welfare, autism research, family services, and animal welfare, and her service roles have included board membership with the Oklahoma School of Science and Mathematics, the Central Oklahoma Humane Society, the Oklahoma Philharmonic Society, the Leadership Oklahoma Advisory Board, and the Commercial Pet Breeders Board.

The University of Tulsa has been the fortunate beneficiary of Ms. Arnall’s generosity and leadership since 2015. She has supported an array of TU programs, including the College of Law, the TU Annual Fund and the Janet K. Levit Endowed Scholarship in Law, and she served as a University Trustee from 2015-2020.

The University of Tulsa is grateful to this talented and caring TU alumna, who is helping to create a climate of social justice at her alma mater.