College of Forestry Scholarships

The College of Forestry 2024-25 Scholarship application for new and continuing students is now closed.

Have questions about scholarship and financial aid? Visit the OSU Scholarships website for FAQ’s and resources! You can find College of Forestry Scholarship eligibility and criteria information on our scholarship webpage!

Links to to the Scholarship Petition, Hardship/Special Circumstances Application and Ecampus Persistence Grant are can be found on the College of Forestry Scholarship page.

Experiential Learning Funds

The College of Forestry has funding available to support students who would like to attend programs or activities which support their CoF education and career goals. These activities include attending and/or presenting at conferences, workshops, and seminars. Students can apply for up to $500 to pay for registration fees, travel expenses, and lodging. You can read more about Experiential Learning Fund eligibility and requirements on the Student Services webpage.

President’s Commission on the Status of Women (PCOSW) Scholarship

PCOSW provides funding for OSU community members to pursue professional development, research, outreach, or creative projects related to gender equity issues. The maximum funding amount for scholarships is $1000 per person and/or per project within a fiscal year. All funding must be used within the fiscal year a project is awarded.

Applications are open until funding is distributed. Visit for detailed guidelines, qualification requirements, and application links.

University of Idaho’s Graduate Tribal Fellow Program

The University of Idaho is actively recruiting a cohort of four Indigenous scholars who wish to work toward a PhD in a STEM discipline. Selected students will be mentored by college leadership as well as program faculty in a shared academic and leadership learning experience. The selected students must be closely connect to their tribal community and heritage and willing to assist faculty and academic leadership in:

Exploring curriculum utilizing Indigenous pedagogy and knowledge

Promoting relationships with regional and national tribes

Expand our understanding of our responsibility to Indigenous nations and students through educational program development

Fellows will receive full tuition as well as 37K per year. Funding will continue through the entirety of the students program.

Please email Dr. Jerry McMurtry at for more detailed information on the fellowship program or to answer any questions.

Gilman-McCain Scholarship

Deadline: August 1, 2024

Planning on studying abroad this fall and looking for funding opportunities? The U.S. Department of State provides the Gilman-McCain International Scholarship for Military Families to child or spouse dependents of active or activated United States military personnel during the time of application. Applicants must be recipients of any type of Title IV federal financial aid during the time of application and during their time of study abroad program or internship. Applications for programs starting between September 1st, 2024 and April 30, 2025 are now open! Learn More & Apply!

Fulbright Global Scholar Award 

Deadline: September 16, 2024

Applications are now open for the 2025-2026 academic year! Fulbright scholar awards provide opportunities for professionals and early career scholars to lecture, research, and foster long-lasting connections around the globe. Recipients will mentor students, engage with host communities, and give public talks in addition to their research activity. This global opportunity transcends borders, giving recipients the ability to propose research and work in two to three countries within two different world regions. Learn More!

CoF Dean’s Fund for International Engagement

Thinking about your next international experience but not sure about funding? The CoF Dean’s Fund for International Engagement assists graduate and undergraduate College of Forestry students in pursuing their interests through international study, research, internships, conferences, and other collaborative experiences. Applications are now open for international experiences starting this fall! Unsure if your experience is eligible? Reach out to Rachael Fahrenbach to discuss your international plans! Learn More & Apply!

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