Scholarships

OSU offers need-based scholarships that require students to submit the FAFSA or ORSAA before the priority deadline of February 28th. In addition OSU students can apply for college and departmental scholarships starting November 1st through OSU ScholarDollars. College of Business scholarship deadlines are posted in OSU ScholarDollars with most having a deadline of March 31. See below for additional details.

 

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Undergraduate scholarships

The College of Business offers numerous scholarships to new and continuing students.

  • Complete your application for admission to OSU by February 1 to be automatically considered for university-level scholarships. If you apply after February 1, you will be considered for these scholarships on a funds -available basis.
  • Submit your FAFSA or ORSAA to be considered for university and College of Business need-based scholarships, as well as federal and state need-based grants (Pell, etc.).
  • Confirm your enrollment in Beaver Basecamp (OSU admissions portal).
Priority deadlines to submit FAFSA/ORSAA and confirm enrollment
Entering Term* Priority Deadline
Fall 2021
First Year students February 28, 2021
Transfer students August 31, 2021
Winter 2022 December 15, 2021
Spring 2022 March 15, 2022

*Students entering in Summer 2021 will be considered with Fall 2021 entrants.

First year and transfer scholarship eligibility criteria.

Find out more about renewing your need-based support.

First year and transfer scholarship eligibility criteria.

 

Contact Susan Howard, COB Scholarship Coordinator, if you have questions or need support.

Visit the Scholarship Office and the Financial Aid Office for additional details.

Financial Emergency/Hardship Scholarship Request

Financial emergency or hardship scholarships are available Fall, Winter, Spring. We are not accepting them at this time, but will be again starting in the Fall.

If you are an OSU Cascades student, consider applying for the OSU Cascades Financial Hardships Scholarship.


 

Financial LIteracy for all OSU Students

Center for Advancing Financial Education

A college degree is an important investment of time and money, and we want you to understand how to balance the costs and responsibilities of earning your degree. The Oregon State University Center for Advancing Financial Education (CAFE), housed in the College of Business, provides resources, services and support to OSU students. We offer one-on-one advising, workshops, training, and a peer mentorship program, to support every student focused on long-term and short-term planning.

Find out more about CAFE >

 

Graduate Scholarships

Information on applying to graduate-level scholarships can be found with the MBA Financial Assistance information.


 

Outside Scholarships 

To search for outside scholarships, please visit the OSU Scholarship Office resource page.

If you are interested in having a scholarship listed, please visit the Scholarship Office's Submission Form.