College of Agricultural Sciences Scholarships
Students received nearly $300,000 in financial support from the College of Agricultural Sciences this year! And that doesn't include the additional $200,000 in funds our students received from our departments. Awards vary from $500 to full in-state tuition, with an average of over 140 awards distributed each year. Please read the information below before applying.
Financial Hardship Grants
The College of Agricultural Sciences has limited need based grants for students experiencing unforeseen financial difficulty that interferes with their academic progress at OSU. Visit CAS Financial Hardship Grant to learn more about eligibility and application guidelines.
OSU ScholarDollars is the College of Agricultural Sciences' new online scholarship search and application portal!
ALL students currently enrolled in an AgSci degree program are eligible to apply. This includes students taking courses at OSU’s main Corvallis campus, OSU's location on the Eastern Oregon University campus in La Grande, OSU’s distance-education program, or OSU’s degree partnership program with select Oregon community colleges.
Often, many criteria other than academic record and financial need are used to select scholarship recipients. The College of Agricultural Sciences determines eligibility for scholarships and makes final selection of award recipients.
To apply for College of Agricultural Sciences scholarships, complete the OSU ScholarDollars Application. The scholarship application is available from November 15 - February 15.
By utilizing this application, you may apply for more than 100 scholarship awards available through the AgSci scholarships program, as well as departmental and external scholarships.
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New, non-resident students starting fall of 2021 at the Corvallis or Cascades campus are eligible for additional scholarships, including Western Undergraduate Exchange (WUE) Scholarships. Residents of the following states or territories will be considered automatically for a scholarship that reduces tuition costs to 150% of resident tuition: Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, North Dakota, South Dakota, Utah, Washington, Wyoming, Guam, and the North Mariana Islands. WUE Scholarships are competitive and awarded based on a holistic review of the application for admission. Not all students from a WUE state or territory will be offered a WUE Scholarship.