Scholarship Calculator

For new undergraduates entering in Fall 2017

Oregon State University offers scholarships based on your academic merit. The scholarship calculator below will calculate an estimate of awards you may be eligible to receive. Scholarship results are for students planning to attend on campus courses at either OSU in Corvallis or OSU-Cascades in Bend.

Current OSU students, including those attending an Oregon community college as part of our Degree Partnership Program, should not use this calculator.

*Denotes a required question

What state are you from?*



Are you applying as a new Freshman or Transfer student with 36+ transferable credits?*



What is your unweighted high school GPA (or if Transfer Student, college GPA)?*


What is your SAT score? (if available)
  • If you took the SAT prior to March, 2016 you should report your SAT score on the 2400 scale.
  • If you took the SAT in March, 2016 or after, report your SAT on the 1600 scale (doesn’t include essay).


Did you take the SAT before March 1st, 2016?


What is your ACT composite score? (if available)



Do you anticipate earning a full IB diploma with a score of 30+ on exams?


Are either of your parents OSU Alumni?


Are you a National Merit Finalist?


Some scholarships have awards that consider your status in one of these areas. Click those that apply to you:
First generation college student
Member of an underrepresented race or ethnicity (non-white)
Military veteran
Disabled

By checking the calculate button below, you indicate your awareness that all projected scholarships are based on submission of required Admission materials by the February 1 deadline. Scholarships listed are estimates generated by self-reported data and are subject to change with verified documentation (transcripts, test scores, IB Diploma, etc.). All scholarships are based on available funding at time of awarding.

University Scholars LogoThe University Scholars Program (USP) serves all recipients of OSU scholarships. USP provides leadership and service opportunities to enhance students' campus experiences through networking. As part of the USP, scholars are provided direction to be competitive for elite scholarship programs such as the Fulbright, Marshall and Truman Scholarships upon graduation from Oregon State.


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