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    OSAC Scholarships: Apply HERE!

    Application Due Monday, April 1 @5pm

    The OSAC (Office of Student Access & Completion) Scholarship is one application that includes more than 600 scholarships. The Scholarship Application includes student contact and background questions, college plans, transcripts, activities chart, and personal statements. Most scholarships can be used at 2-year or 4-year universities in the US.




    OSAC Scholarship Cheat Sheets for:

    First Generation Students
    Education Majors
    Nursing Majors
    Journalism Majors
    Music Majors
    Health Care/Medicine



    • February 15* - 5pm: Early Bird deadline. Complete applications (including transcripts) submitted by this date will be entered into a drawing for one of several $1,000 Early Bird scholarship awards.
    • April 1: Final deadline for all materials to be submitted to OSAC.

    * If a deadline falls on a weekend or holiday, it will automatically be extended to 5:00 p.m. (PST) of the following business day.



    OSAC scholarships may only be used at U.S. institutions that are eligible to participate in Title IV federal student aid programs (U.S. military academies are not eligible).

    Unless otherwise specified in the individual scholarship descriptions, you must:

    • Be a U.S. citizen or an eligible noncitizen in the United States for other than a temporary purpose, and intend to become a permanent resident of the United States.
    • Be an Oregon resident. Residency is established when:
      • An independent student or the parents of a dependent student have continuously resided in Oregon for 12 months.
      • A student is continuously enrolled (completes an academic year within any 12-month period) at an Oregon high school or postsecondary institution.
      • An independent student or the parent(s) of a dependent student serving on active duty in the US Armed Forces has Oregon listed as their "home of record".
    • Be an enrolled member of a federally recognized Native American tribe of Oregon or a Native American tribe which had traditional and customary tribal boundaries that included parts of Oregon.
    • Be a graduating high school student during the current academic year, or a GED® or home-schooled graduate, or a first-time college freshman, undergraduate, or graduate student.
    • Not owe a refund on an educational grant or be in default on any education loans.


    2023-24 OSAC Scholarship Catalog: Hundreds of scholarships available by varying criteria - high school attended, county of residence, college major, GPA, need-based, and more! Check out the scholarship catalog to get an idea of what scholarships are available, what you are eligible for, what their requirements are, and to create a list of scholarships that are a good fit for you!