Need-Based Scholarships

PathwayOregon

The PathwayOregon program covers all tuition and fees for up to twelve terms over the course of five years, and can be combined with other scholarships to cover remaining costs such as housing and books. All students will automatically be considered for the award if application materials (application form and FAFSA) are received by the normal deadline of January 15.

  • Oregon residents only
  • Have graduated from an Oregon high school in the last two years
  • Minimum 3.40 high school GPA
  • Eligible for a federal Pell Grant as determined by the FAFSA

Staton

Staton Scholars receive $6,000 per year for 4 years. All students will automatically be considered for the award if application materials (application form and FAFSA) are received by the normal deadline of January 15. 

  • Oregon residents only
  • Demonstrated financial need as determined by the FAFSA
  • Preference for first-generation college students
  • Preference for study in humanities, visual arts, education, or music

Honors College Tuition Waiver Scholarship

The HC Tuition Waiver Scholarship covers the added cost of honors college tuition for up to twelve terms of study. For the 2018/19 academic year that amount is $2,700 per year. All students will automatically be considered for the award if application materials (application form and FAFSA) are received by the normal deadline of January 15.

  • Available to Oregon residents and Non-residents
  • Demonstrated financial need as determined by the FAFSA

Map Your Future

The Map Your Future Scholarship awards $1,000 towards participation in a University of Oregon approved study abroad program, to be used at any point during the student's undergraduate career.

  • Available to Oregon residents and Non-residents
  • Demonstrated financial need as determined by the FAFSA
  • Requires a separate application

STUDENT PROFILE - MOLLY HOVER, BA '16

Molly Hover

“PathwayOregon is an access point for many students like myself. It's that letter in the mail that says ‘Don't worry.’”

A college degree is a stepping stone to a career. Especially at a liberal arts college like UO and the honors college, it is an opportunity to explore different outlets of study and ways of thought that contribute to one's career."

PathwayOregon covered Molly's tuition and fees for four years, so she could focus on school, and graduate on time.