Fellowship and Scholarship Programs Administered by the Graduate School
The following fellowship programs are administered by the Graduate School. However, students must be nominated by their departments to be eligible. Follow the links for a full description of each program, and contact your department to let them know the programs for which you wish to be considered.
View the Annual Scholarship and Fellowship Table.
Annual fellowship awarded to an OSU graduate student on the basis of academic merit and promise for the future.
Awards of up to $500 designed to assist graduate students who are facing a critical financial emergency that could impede degree completion.
This program is intended to create support opportunities which enhance campus efforts to recruit and retain meritorious domestic graduate students from divergent and/or nontraditional backgrounds who have an expressed interest in a career in university teaching and/or research.
Annual award for graduate study in agricultural and resource economics or home economics. Applicants must have graduated previously from any Oregon State University bachelor's or master's degree program to be eligible.
Annual award for graduate study involving endemic wild stocks of fish within watersheds of the state of Oregon.
The program is designed to augment recruitment-based departmental assistantship and fellowship offers to incoming graduate students with meritorious records and demonstrated potential for graduate study by offering bonuses to students from divergent and/or nontraditional backgrounds.
The travel funds from this program are designed to provide graduate students with financial support to cover part of the cost of attending and presenting their scholarly achievements at prestigious conferences and venues.
Annual scholarship awarded on the basis of merit to a graduate student enrolled in fisheries science or human development and family science.
Annual University award to recognize an outstanding graduate teaching assistant at Oregon State University.
Scholarships in varying amounts awarded on the basis of academic merit and financial need. Meritorious domestic students may be considered for need-based awards only by completing and filing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) by the FAFSA deadline. All other students will be considered only on the basis of academic merit.
Annual fellowship for outstanding graduate students in a science or technology field.
The Graduate School is pleased to announce the continuation of the centrally administered fellowship and scholarship opportunities to recruit outstanding students for graduate study at OSU. The target population is newly admitted doctoral students and newly admitted master's students in research/creative degree programs where a Ph.D. degree does not exist.
Outstanding students in the social/behavioral sciences, arts and humanities, and directly-related professional fields (e.g. public policy, business law, and communications) may be nominated by their graduate department/program. This fellowship is administered by the Oregon University System. Please see their web site for details.
Annual award that includes a $4,000 stipend and tuition remission for a deserving scholar. Nominees may be from any field of study. Based on academic merit, financial need, first generation to attend a university, demonstrated community service, leadership, and/or involvement with diverse communities.
Nominees must be full-time graduate students in a program leading to an advanced degree and demonstrate leadership qualities and potential for contributions to the community and society. Final award selection is made by the University Club Foundation of Portland.