Are you eligible to apply for OSAC scholarships?
OSAC scholarships may be used only at U.S. institutions 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.
See list below for scholarships available to non-U.S. citizens/non-eligible noncitizens.
- Be an Oregon resident. Residency is usually established when an independent student
or the parents of a dependent student have been in continuous residency in Oregon
for 12 months before enrollment. For exceptions, such as tribal residency, see definition of Oregon resident.
- Be an Oregon 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.
- Have Oregon listed as your home of record if you are U.S. military personnel.
- Not owe a refund on an educational grant or be in default on any educations loans.
If you are an out-of-state resident, you can customize your scholarship search
by using the online filter called “Residency”. To search for scholarships,
click here Check program eligibility requirements
for residency requirements.
Scholarships for those who are not a U.S. citizen nor an eligible noncitizen in
the U.S. with intention of becoming a permanent resident:
Allcott/Hunt Share it Now II (Code #473)
William E Keene Memorial (Code #674)
Mirabella Employee - Yes Project (Code #672)
North Eugene High School (Code Auto)
Saff Family (Code #663)
William and Florence Schneider (Code #619)
Central City Concern (Code #700)