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Link: Home | Federal Student Aid

Deadline: ASAP


Scholarship Opportunities

Scholarship opportunities are listed below, check the category of scholarships you are searching for.  Additional scholarships may be available if you are interested in learning more about what may be available to you please contact Melissa Palanuk above.

Scholarship Websites

Use the links to below to locate various scholarships you are eligible for.

Going Merry – Scholarships for College: Find and Apply Online for Free | Going Merry

Scholarships360 – Scholarship opportunities for students - Scholarships360 - Find Scholarships for College Students in 2022-2023 |



Oregon Student Scholarships

OSAC Scholarships

The OSAC Scholarship Application provides current and future Oregon students one easy application to apply for multiple scholarships at one time. OSAC awards more than $10 million in scholarships annually through more than 600 scholarships.

Link: Scholarships | Oregon Student Aid

Deadline: Early Bird – 2/15/2023, Finial Deadline 3/1/2023

Award Amount: Varies


Oregon Promise Grant

The Oregon Promise is a state grant that helps cover tuition costs at any Oregon community college for recent high school graduates and GED® test graduates. Students must apply during their senior year or immediately after GED® test completion. 

Link: Oregon Promise Grant | Oregon Student Aid

Deadline: See website for deadlines


Oregon Gear Up

Various scholarships for Oregon students.


Deadline: Varies

Award Amount: Varies


Oregon Goes to College 

Scholarship Webpage Loaded with Opportunities

Link: Scholarships | Oregon Goes to College

Deadline: Various Deadlines

Award Amount: Varies





Chegg Internships

Chegg Internships is a website that can help you locate an internship/fellowship in your area.

Link: Internships – Internship Search and Intern Jobs



Eligible participants include 8th – 12th-grade students who identify as girls, non-binary, and/or transgender (of any gender identity or expression).

Link: ChickTech: High School