Oregon Opportunity Grant (OOG)
This program is administered by the Office of Student Access and Completion (OSAC). It is a need-based program and is available to eligible Oregon residents (a resident of the state of Oregon for at least one year prior to the beginning of the academic year) who are enrolled at least half time during fall, winter, and spring terms. The maximum award for full-time enrollment in 2018-19 is $2,600.
OSAC determines students’ eligibility for this grant based on the student’s Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) information. The award per term varies and students should apply early for consideration of this need-based grant. Check the Oregon Opportunity Grant Estimator for an estimate of your OOG award amount.
Oregon Promise Grant
The Oregon Promise program covers up to full tuition with a combination of Federal and State grants to eligible Oregon high school graduates and GED recipients. Learn more about the Oregon Promise Grant Guidelines.PDF
Federal Pell Grant
This is a need-based program as determined by the student's Expected Family Contribution (EFC) resulting from the FAFSA and is prorated for three-quarter time, half time, and less than half time enrollment levels. The maximum award for full-time enrollment in 2018-19 is $6,095.
Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant (FSEOG)
This is a need-based program available fall, winter, and spring terms. Priority is given to Pell-eligible students enrolled at least half time. Students must demonstrate 'exceptional' financial need to be considered for the FSEOG. The 2018 - 19 award per year ranges from $300 - $900.
Oregon Student Child Care Grant
The Oregon Student Chlid Care Grant Program was established to assist parents enrolled in postsecondary education obtain safe, dependable care that supports their children's development while allowing completion of the parent's academic programs.
Chafee Education & Training Grant
The Department of Human Services (DHS) Independent Living Program (ILP) has received Chafee Education and Training Voucher (ETV) funding to help current or former foster care youth with postsecondary education and training. Youth may be eligible to receive up to $3,500 per academic year.