All Scholarships & Fellowships referred to on this page are awarded and administered by the College of Education for College of Education students who have completed a program application and will be admitted by fall term.
Scholarship and Fellowship Information:
The 2017 Scholarship Application has closed. Please return next year for more information.
The application includes a short questionnaire, a statement of professional goals, a statement of financial need, an uploaded resume, and an uploaded unofficial transcript.
Eligibility to Receive a Scholarship or Fellowship:
3.0 Grade Point Average
Scholarship eligibility is based on student's full-time enrollment in one of the following programs, based on each program's credit requirements per term:
Education Double Degree (Must be in application phase of the Professional Level/Student Teaching Cohort)
Any Master’s program within the College of Education or program within a cognate college licensure program (Music Education, Agricultural Education, Physical Education Teacher Education). (Must be an enrolled student or in the application phase)
Any Doctoral program within the College of Education (Must be an enrolled student or in the application phase)
Causes for Disqualification Include:
Late or incomplete application
Failure to provide acceptance of the scholarship/s by the deadline in the letter of notification
Termination of enrollment or not being accepted to a College of Education program or Oregon State University licensure program
Notification of Outcome:
Applicants will be notified of the outcome of their applications by mail to their local mailing address provided on this application. The applicant is responsible for reporting any address changes to Summer Lowery at firstname.lastname@example.org. Scholarships will be awarded at the Annual College of Education Scholarship Reception on Thursday, April 20, 2017 from 5:30-7 PM in the CH2M Hill Alumni Center Lounge.
Masters and Doctoral students in Science or Mathematics Education:
Apply for a University Graduate Laurels Scholarship
Apply for a Ambitious Math and Science Teaching Fellow
Other Sources for Financial Assistance Include: