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Honors College students have access to unique experiential and tuition scholarships. All continuing HC students can apply for honors tuition scholarships through ScholarDollars. In addition, current students can apply for experiential learning awards and scholarships that can provide funding for research, study abroad and other experiences that take learning out of the classroom and into real life. All incoming HC students are also considered for honors-specific merit-based and need-based scholarships. There is no application for these awards, which are determined based on information submitted through the Honors College and Oregon State applications.
Students who are concerned about the cost of education should contact the Oregon State Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships. They welcome questions and can help identify resources and strategies. The Honors College offers an emergency grant for students facing financial challenges in a particular term.
For more information about Honors College scholarships for incoming first-year students, visit Scholarships for Incoming First-Year Students.
For details on the scholarships and awards that current and continuing Honors College students are eligible for, visit the list of Scholarships for Current Students.
OSU also supports applications to national and international prestigious scholarships. To find out more, visit the National and Global Scholarships website.
Learn about how you can invest in an Honors College student by making a gift in support of HC scholarships at Giving to the Honors College.