College of Forestry Scholarships
The 2022-23 College of Forestry Scholarship Application is now closed. Scholarship offer notifications will be sent out in mid-April to your Oregon State email account.
Still 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!
Oregon Tribal Student Grant
The HECC Office of Student Access and Completion will continue to accept and review applications for the Oregon Tribal Student Grant for 2022-23 until funds are exhausted. Students planning to attend college in the 2022-23 academic year, including fall term, are encouraged to apply. The Oregon Tribal Student Grant is expected to pay for most or all public undergraduate college-related expenses—including tuition, housing, books, and other costs not covered by other grants—for eligible students who are enrolled members of Oregon’s nine federally recognized Tribes. Current and prospective students can learn more and apply here. The direct link to the Oregon Tribal Student Grant web page is: https://oregonstudentaid.gov/grants/oregon-tribal-student-grant/
Future application priority deadlines for the 2022-23 academic year:
- Winter Quarter: November 1
- Spring Quarter: February 1
Jerry Sedlak Memorial Scholarship
The Jerry Sedlak Memorial Scholarship is for currently enrolled Oregon State University, College of Forestry undergraduate students majoring in Forest Engineering (FE), Forest Operations Management (FOM) or Forest Engineering/Civil Engineering (FE/CE)
Scholarship Description and Application Criteria:
The Western Region of the Council on Forest Engineering (WR.COFE) sponsors two $1,500 scholarships for OSU College of Forestry undergraduate students. Scholarships will be awarded at the start of the academic year (Fall Term) for student’s “educational cost” including tuition, fees and books. Click the link below for more application details.
Applications can be sent to John Sessions or Kevin Lyons before November 15. Email John if you have questions. Scholarships will be awarded at the January, 2023 Western Regional Council on Forest Engineering meeting in Lebanon.
Experiential Learning Funds
After more than a year of travel restrictions and remote learning, the opportunity to attend conferences, workshops, training and other experiential learning programs and events have returned. And with that, the College of Forestry can begin offering students a chance to apply for funds to support these types of opportunities. 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.
Applications are now being accepted for the 2023 Schoenstein Sustaining Excellence Scholarship! The scholarship honors and recognizes OSU undergraduates who are community engaged leaders actively involved in activities beyond course work and who have demonstrated that they are committed to advancing a more caring, equitable, and socially just OSU and/or local community.
Eligibility: Current OSU undergraduate students, including international students, who have completed at least one year of enrollment at any OSU campus, or another college or university (2-year or 4-year) are eligible to apply.
Application Deadline: Apply via Scholar Dollars by Wednesday, February 15, 2023.
Award: In 2023, five (5) students will be awarded a one-time scholarship in the amount of $2,000. Students can learn more about scholarship eligibility, evaluation criteria, and application instructions here or contact Emily Bowling (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more info.