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Oregon Student Assistance Commission (OSAC)

OSAC Scholarships

Amount: Varies;
Awards per Year: Varies. Deadlines; Varies
Who Is Eligible?
Majors/Fields of Study: All Majors
Residency: Oregon
Other Comments: The Oregon Student Assistance Commission has a large database full of scholarships that are available to resident students of Oregon. Please visit the website below to view the available scholarships and further information.
Contact: Oregon Student Assistance Commission 1500 Valley River Drive, Suite 100 Eugene, OR 97401 (541) 687-7400 – Eugene/Springfield area (800) 452-8807 – Toll-free (541) 687-7419 – Fax
Website: Program Details


The Ford Family Foundation Scholarship Programs

Amount: Varies;
Awards per Year: Varies;
The Award Is: Renewable;
Deadline: Varies
Who Is Eligible?
Award Is Open To: High School Students, College Students, Graduate and Doctoral, Adult Students
Majors/Fields of Study: All Majors
Citizenship: United States, US Permanent Resident
Residency: Oregon
Other Comments:The Ford Family Foundation of Roseburg, Oregon, founded by Kenneth & Hallie Ford, offers a suite of five scholarship programs to reflect the Foundation’s mission “to help individuals through organized learning opportunities to be contributing and successful citizens.” Kenneth Ford’s interest in helping college students was born out of a desire for others to take advantage of educational opportunities he could not afford as a young man growing up during America’s great depression. Please visit the website below for more information on the the various Ford Scholarship programs.
Contact: The Ford Family Foundation Scholarship Office 1700 Valley River Dr, Suite 400 Eugene, Oregon 97401 Toll free: 877-864-2872 Eugene area: 541-485-6211 Email: [email protected]
Website:
Program Details

The Oregon Community Foundation Scholarships

Amount: Varies;
Awards per Year: Varies;
The Award Is: Renewable;
Deadline: Varies
Who Is Eligible?
Award Is Open To: High School Students, College Students, Graduate and Doctoral, Adult Students
Majors/Fields of Study: All Majors
Citizenship: United States, US Permanent Resident
Residency: Oregon
Other Comments: The Oregon Community Foundation was established in 1973 to enrich the quality of life in Oregon by serving people who wish to make philanthropic contributions to benefit their communities. The Foundation currently administers 900 charitable funds totaling over $380 million, each established by someone intent on improving our state. OCF and OSAC are partners in administering the following scholarships for the benefit of Oregon students.
Website: Visit the website of The Oregon Community Foundation

Deceased or Disabled Public Safety Officers Grant

Amount: Tuition and fees ;
Awards per Year: Varies.
Who Is Eligible?
Award Is Open To: Dependent students of deceased or disabled public safety officers
Majors/Fields of Study: All Majors
Residency: Oregon
Other Comments: Dependents who are the natural child, step-child or adopted child of public safety officers who were killed or disabled in the line of duty. For more information please visit the website below.
Contact: The Oregon Student Assistance Commission Grants and Scholarships Division 1500 Valley River Drive Suite 100 Eugene, OR 97401 Phone: (541) 687-7466 or (800) 452-8807 ext. 7466
Website: Program Details

The Oregon Youth Conservation Corps (OYCC)

Amount: Tuition and fees;
Awards per Year: Varies;
The Award Is: Renewable;
Who Is Eligible?
Award Is Open To: High School Students, College Students
Majors/Fields of Study: All Majors
Citizenship: United States, US Permanent Resident
Residency: Oregon
Other Comments: The Oregon Youth Conservation Corps builds on the strong connections between positive work experiences, work skills, personal responsibility, and its commitment to education and future employment for youth. For more information on the Corps, visit their website. Students must be enrolled in a post secondary school at least half time.
Contact: Oregon Student Assistance Commission Grants and Scholarships Division PO Box 40370 Eugene, OR 97404 (541) 687-7395 – Eugene/Springfield area (800) 452-8807, ext. 7466 – Toll-free (541) 687-7426 – Fax
Website: Program Details

Rural Health Services Program

Amount: Varies;
Awards per Year: 10
The Award Is: Renewable;
Who Is Eligible?
Award Is Open To: Students of Medicine, Nurse Practitioners, Physician’s Assistants
Majors/Fields of Study: All Majors
Citizenship: United States, US Permanent Resident
Residency: Oregon
Other Comments: The program was created to encourage physicians, nurse practitioners, and physician assistants to practice in rural areas in the State of Oregon with unmet health care needs. This repayment program focuses on general practice, primary care providers. In exchange for service in qualifying locations, participants receive annual payments toward student loan principal borrowed for professional education. Annual payments may be up to $25,000, if warranted by the qualifying student loans of a participant. Please visit the website listed for more information.
Contact: Susan Taylor Scholarship Portfolio Manager Grants and Scholarships Division Oregon Student Assistance Commission Toll Free: (800) 452-8807 x7394 Email: [email protected] Direct: (541) 687-7394 Fax: (541) 687-7414
Website: Program Details

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