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|03/01/2021||St. Andrews Society Scholarship||
Renewable scholarship for graduating seniors from high schools in Oregon or Clark County, Washington. Applicants must be one of the following: born in Scotland, the child/grandchild of someone born in Scotland, or someone who has demonstrated a substantial commitment to Scottish dancing, piping, drumming, the Celtic harp or the highland fiddle.
|03/01/2021||Mabel and Allan MacKenzie Scholarship||
Renewable scholarship for two years for Black and/or African American graduates of any high school in Deschutes County planning to attend or attending a community college in Oregon. Participation in traditional competitive high school sports, athletic teams or athletic clubs is a requirement. Must demonstrate financial need.
|03/01/2021||Institute for Cultural Initiatives Scholarship||
Renewable scholarship for bilingual Latino students who plan to enroll or are enrolled at a community college in Oregon.
|03/01/2021||Earl and Jane Ferguson Scholarship Fund||
For graduates of Klamath County high schools, who plan to pursue an undergraduate degree.
$1,000 scholarships for Oregon high school seniors who plan to attend a 2- or 4-year college.
|03/01/2021||Oregon 4-H Scholarships||
Scholarships for Oregon students who have participated in 4-H programs for at least three years, including the current year.
|03/01/2021||Oregon Music Hall of Fame Scholarship||
$2,500 scholarships for Oregon high school seniors planning to major or minor in music.
|03/04/2021||DNA Day Essay Contest||
$1,000 for students in grades 9-12 for an essay on genetics.
|03/06/2021||OSU Folk Club Scholarship||
$2,500 or more for residents of Benton County who will attend OSU or are dual enrolled at LBCC and OSU.
|03/06/2021||Zeta Phi Beta Oregon Dove Scholarship||
$500 scholarship for a female high school senior planning to enter a 4 year college or university in the fall following graduation with a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher or a GED score of 525.
|03/09/2021||Create a Greeting Card Scholarship||
$10,000 scholarship for a photo, drawing or image to be used at the front of a greeting card.
|03/15/2021||Louie Family Foundation Scholarships||
$100,000 in scholarships available with preference for students who have parents that are United States veterans or are currently in the U.S. military; with a demonstrated financial need; with parents who did not attend college; or with a documented significant disability.
|03/15/2021||Red & Gena Leonard Foundation||
Scholarships for students in Eastern Oregon with high financial need, average grades and a desire to work in a trade and attend an Oregon college or trade school.
|03/15/2021||Truman D. Picard Scholarship for Native Students||
Up to $2,500 for Native American students pursuing a higher education in natural resources.
|03/15/2021||Varsity Tutors College Scholarship||
$1,000 scholarship for a short essay contest for students 16 and older in the U.S.
|03/15/2021||Beyond the Boroughs Scholarship||
Up to $20,000 over four years to low-income students with a 2.5 GPA or higher.
|03/15/2021||FormSwift Startup Scholarship||
$1,000 scholarship open to graduating high school seniors and current college students. Applicant must create a business plan infographic for one of the given industries provided.
$1,000 scholarships for future health professionals.
|03/18/2021||Sub Pop Records Scholarship||
$15,000 in scholarships for Oregon and Washington seniors who are involved in the creative arts or music.
|03/20/2021||QuestBridge College Prep Scholars||
Gives outstanding low-income high school juniors an early advantage in college admissions with specialized guidance and opportunities to win scholarships and all-expenses paid campus visits.