Posts Tagged ‘OSU Bridge to Success’

Bridge to Success Program Covering More Students Than Anticipated

Friday, September 19th, 2008

Great news from the Gazette Times this morning. OSU’s Bridge to Success Program is covering more students than anticipated at inception. More students are taking advantage of Oregon State University’s “Bridge to Successâ€? program than its creators expected. Announced last spring to begin with this fall’s term, the program was expected to cover fees and […]

Response to Comment: Bridge to Success

Monday, May 19th, 2008

We received a lengthy comment from Chamroeun Lim on our first post describing the Bridge to Success Program. Does it make sense for incoming freshmen to take out more than $5,000 in Parent Direct Loan with high interest to come to college without the support of Perkin Loan and Institutional Based Aid? — I don’t […]

Bridge to Success Program Follow Up

Thursday, May 15th, 2008

Since OSU unveiled its Bridge to Success Program last month we have been receiving great feedback here on the blog and from counselors all over the State of Oregon. Today, the Statesman Journal featured an Op-Ed video narrated by our President, Dr. Ed Ray, that details what the Bridge to Success Program will mean to […]

OSU Launches Oregon’s Largest Commitment to Financial Aid and Access for Oregonians

Friday, April 18th, 2008

Exciting news on campus this morning! The Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships has announced the Bridge to Success Program. The new program will aim to fund 1,500 of OSU’s most needy in state students. Those students will not have to pay tuition and fees. From the Gazette Times: Oregon State University is leveraging state […]

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