For more information, including award amounts and deadlines, click on the name of the scholarship.
University-wide scholarships are offered centrally through the Office of Student Financial Aid and Scholarships.
|Scholarship||Basis for Award||Additional Application?||Deadlines|
|General University||Academic and extracurricular||Yes||Incoming graduate and law students: Admission application due February 15. General University Scholarship application and letter of recommendation due March 1. Incoming UO students must submit all academic transcripts to Office of Admissions by March 1.
Continuing graduate and law students: General University Scholarship application and letter of recommendation due March 1.
|Diversity Excellence||Financial need; academic and extracurricular; contribution to the UO's diversity mission||Yes||Incoming graduate and law students: Admission application due February 15. Diversity Excellence Scholarship application, letter of recommendation, file FAFSA/ORSAA by March 1. Incoming UO students must submit academic transcripts to the Office of Admissions by March 1.
Continuing graduate and law students: Diversity Excellence Scholarship Application, letter of recommendation and FAFSA/ORSAA due by March 1.
Many individual UO schools and departments offer scholarships to students studying a specific major or discipline. Follow the links below to learn more or use the department index to contact your department directly.
- College of Arts and Sciences
- College of Education
- Lundquist College of Business
- Robert D. Clark Honors College
- College of Design
- School of Journalism and Communication
- School of Music and Dance
Other UO programs can also help you find funding, including these:
- UO Graduate School
- Health Professions Program
- International Student & Scholar Services
- UO Libraries
- Office of the Dean of Students
- Nontraditional Student Programs
- Study Abroad Programs
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Don't limit your search to the UO—there are lots of places to find scholarships.