Oregon State University Scholarship for International Student

Oregon State University Scholarship for International Student

OSU is committed to recruiting and retaining motivated, diverse, and driven students, and one of the ways we do so is with our scholarship opportunities. Scholarships can come from several sources. Incoming and transfer students can be eligible for university scholarships, continuing students may qualify for scholarships that are administered by their individual college or department within the university, and many private organizations also offer scholarship opportunities. Most university awards are based on a combination of academic merit and financial need. 

It's the mission of the Scholarship Team to expand opportunities for donors and students to invest in education and career training through private financial support. You don't need to be a merit scholar or a student with financial need to apply for OSAC scholarships. All types of scholarships are available. Many are based on criteria such as high school attended, school and community activities, academic interests, or career goals. Some require a minimum GPA and others require no GPA whatsoever. There are 500+ scholarship programs and you may qualify, but you won't know unless you apply.

Search the OSAC Catalog outside of the online application for eligible scholarships, or search within the online application and Apply Here by the annual Final Deadline of March 1.


  • Help pay your college expenses including tuition and fees, room and board, and books and supplies
  • Reduce your student loan debt
  • Honor your achievements

Through the generosity of private donors, civic organizations, employers, member-based organizations, and foundation partners such as The Oregon Community FoundationThe Ford Family Foundation, and many others, thousands of students each year are the recipients of scholarships administered by OSAC.

OSAC awards more than $16 million in private scholarships annually. Awards range from $1000 to $10,000, or more.

Elite Scholarship

Oregon State has the National and Global Scholarships Advising office on campus to help coordinate internationally recognized scholarship opportunities. Scholars are encouraged to explore these prestigious sources by visiting the prestigious scholar's webpage at http://topscholars.oregonstate.edu/.

Scholarships are everywhere and there are many OSU websites that can help you connect to these opportunities.
Outside and Private Scholarship Resources

In researching sources of college funding, students are encouraged to seek out sources that provide free services and information, such as those listed below. OSU does not endorse any for-profit scholarship search service. Some helpful websites are listed below.

* You will need to report the outside/private scholarships that you are awarded to the Office of Financial Aid. Outside/private scholarships come from outside donors and can affect your financial aid package. Please submit the Reporting Additional Sources of Assistance form located on the Financial Aid Website or in MyOregonState. You may review your scholarship payment status by logging into MyOregonState as funds will be credited to your student billing account when received.Outside Scholarship checks should be mailed to Student Accounts at the following address: Student Accounts, Oregon State University, PO BOX 1086, Corvallis, OR 97339. 

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