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Undocumented Student Scholarship Opportunities

EOU Scholarships are identified with an *.

*COFA, Undocumented, and International Student Success Award* Eastern Oregon University welcomes students from other countries who hold an F-1 visa, part of COFA (Federated States of Micronesia, the Marshall Islands, Palau) or those who are undocumented living in the United States to pursue higher education. Eastern Oregon University is committed to providing opportunities to assist students in successfully accomplishing academic goals. The following scholarship is designated for new international, COFA, undocumented freshman, transfer, and current EOU students. Recipients of this award receive scholarships ranging from $500-$2,500. The application opens each November 1st, and the submission deadline is March 1st, for fall term. Please submit application and essay to the Financial Aid office.This award requires a completed application, typed essay, and transcripts of education background.

  • This award requires a completed application, typed essay, and transcripts of education background. Topics to be covered in essay (350-500 words):
    • 1. A brief personal background
    • 2. Your academic and professional goals
    • 3. How a degree from EOU will assist you in fulfilling those goals

OSACThe Office of Student Access and Completion, OSAC, offers a variety of financial assistance programs including the OSAC scholarships. OSAC scholarships have varied criteria. OSAC awards more than $18 million in scholarships to students each year. Please see the OSAC website for more information about scholarship options.

Scholarships for Degree-Seeking Undocumented Students

Eastern Oregon University is dedicated to students achieving academic success. The above listed scholarships have been provided with the Undocumented student population in mind! Please note, some of the above listed awards are not associated to EOU, and we therefore encourage you to use your own discretion when viewing these sites and applying for awards.

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