Connections run deep in the fabric of Opportunity Plan, Inc. Since 1954 when Buff Morris saw students in need and recognized donors could help fill that need, connections are what OPI has been about. Those same dollars invested in students' dreams in the beginning have turned over many times and are still allowing students to reach their goals.

Friendly, personalized assistance from a knowledgeable and experienced staff is how OPI has done business since the beginning. OPI takes pride in the personal, individualized attention given to each student and donor.

Whether you are looking for assistance achieving a degree or you have a desire to help someone in going beyond their secondary training, OPI provides the connection between those receiving and those providing that support.



    It's time for students to receive loan and scholarship disbursements (CHECKS!) for the spring semester. Loan students should complete the reapplication (must complete and print; form CANNOT be saved once it's completed) and provide fall grades and spring schedule of classes. Scholarship students should complete the disbursement form mailed with the fall semester check and provide fall grades and spring schedule of classes.


    All contributions to OPI are tax deductible to the fullest extent of the law, but in order to take advantage of a deduction in 2013, gifts must be receipted by December 31.  All checks received by OPI with a 2013 date will be receipted as such, so feel free to mail your check to P.O. Box 1035, Canyon, Texas 79015 and we will see that your donation is handled appropriately. OPI offices will be closed December 20-January 5, but if you have questions about year-end giving, feel free to em...

  • OPI Alum Talks Amarillo Issues

    OPI alumnus Jarrett Atkinson became City Manager for the City of Amarillo in November 2010. Click above to read Jarrett's thoughts regarding the challenges of being city manager for the largest metropolitan area in a four-state region.

  • In Memory of A.C. "Bub" Smith

    It's time to begin thinking about funding for the spring 2013 semester. If you plan to borrow additional funds, you will need to provide the OPI office with the following information as soon as it is available.

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