Nonresident freshmen with exceptional admissions applications and stellar academic records will automatically be considered for the UO Excellence Scholarship. A limited number of these prestigious awards are available.
The UO Excellence Scholarship awards a limited number of incoming fall 2024 nonresident top scholars $80,000 over four years — $20,000 per year (annual award is split evenly over fall, winter, and spring terms). The UO Excellence Scholarship can be combined with other UO scholarships, including Diversity Excellence and General University Scholarships. It cannot be combined with the Stamps Scholarship, Summit Scholarship or the Apex Scholarship. Students enrolled in five-year degree programs will receive the UO Excellence Scholarship for a fifth year. These degrees include BLA (landscape architecture), BIARC (interior architecture), and BARCH (architecture).
You must enroll at the UO in the fall term of your freshmen year and you must enroll in 12 University of Oregon credits each term to receive this award.
A limited number of awards are available to the highest achieving nonresident students. Consideration and selection is based on review of the admissions application and academic transcripts.
How to Apply
You will be automatically considered for the UO Excellence Scholarship—no separate application is required. You must simply:
- Apply for admission by January 15.
- Submit all required admission applications materials to the Office of Admissions by February 15.
UO Excellence Scholarships are renewable for up to 12 academic terms (excluding summer) within a five-year period, or 15 academic terms within a six-year period for students seeking a BLA, BIARC, or BARCH degree. If you graduate prior to using all of the terms of the scholarship, any remaining terms not used will be forfeited. Renewal awards require a minimum 3.00 cumulative UO GPA and completion of 12 UO credits per term / 36 UO credits per year.
Recipients of UO Excellence Scholarship will be notified by April 1.
Complete Terms and Conditions can be found here.