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Difficult and unexpected life circumstances or hardships can occur, which makes funding higher education even more challenging. When this happens, the College of Earth, Ocean, and Atmospheric Sciences strives to support students with modest scholarships to help them complete the academic year or reach degree completion. Typically, scholarships of up to $500 are available; however, in extraordinary cases additional funding may be awarded. These are one-time awards and are independent of any other support or funding students may have received.
We understand that the circumstances creating a financial hardship may be very difficult to communicate, and you may not want to fully disclose or do not feel comfortable providing details within the application. If you feel this pertains to you, please reach out to Mary Chuinard if you are an undergraduate student or Robert Allan if you are a graduate student to learn how we can help you proceed with applying for this scholarship.
If you have questions about the application process please contact Kira Hughes or 541-737-1238.
Any actively enrolled CEOAS graduate or undergraduate student is eligible to apply. Click the link below to apply.
The following are a few examples of hardships that have a financial impact and for which you may wish to consider applying for assistance.
Please note: For all students, if you receive a hardship scholarship the award must first be applied to any outstanding student account balance you may have with OSU. If funding from your award exceeds the amount owed, the remaining amount will be issued to you directly in the form of a check or direct deposit.