General Sustaining Fund
  • The General Sustaining Fund is an unrestricted fund that helps the Foundation fund operating losses and continue to satisfy its overall mission.
General Scholarship Fund
  • Donate to the Foundation and provide tuition assistance to full time law students enrolled in one of the Foundation's Constituent Law Schools.
Mary A. Viviano Scholarship Fund
  • The Mary A. Viviano Scholarship was established in 2020 in memory of RMMLF honorary trustee Mary Viviano and provides tuition assistance to full time law school students who are enrolled in one of the Foundation's Constituent Law Schools. Preference will be given to female students.
Catherine J. Boggs Scholarship Fund
  • The Catherine J. Boggs Scholarship was established in 2019 in honor of Foundation past president Cassie Boggs. This scholarship will be awarded to a qualified applicant, with preference given to students who demonstrate an interest in, and nexus to, the practice of domestic or international mining law broadly defined, including the development and use of mineral resources for the development of renewable energy, the development of minerals on public lands, and ancillary environmental, sustainability, and other issues, and additional preference given to female student.
Francis Hartogh Diversity Outreach Scholarship Fund
  • The Frances Hartogh Diversity Outreach (FHDO) Scholarship program was established in 2019 to benefit members of a group that historically has been significantly deprived of equitable access to land-based resources in the Americas. FHDO Scholarship funding will be used for the applicant’s living expenses (exclusive of tuition and fees) and a student may receive a FHDO Scholarship in addition to a RMMLF tuition only scholarship.
The Charles Edgar "Chuck" Moran Scholarship Fund
  • The Charles Edgar "Chuck" Moran Scholarship Fund was established in 2021 in memory of Chuck Moran, a long-time member and supporter of the Foundation. The scholarship provides tuition assistance to full time law school students who are enrolled in one of the Foundation's Constituent Law Schools. Preference will be given to applicants from The University of Tulsa College of Law or an applicant interested in pursing a legal or other professional career in oil and gas or energy law.