International Affairs Endowed Scholarships

Eligibility Requirements:

  • You must be a current UO student in legal, non-immigrant status (F-1 or J-1), or a new student with an application for admission submitted to UO Admissions on or before February 15. (See New Students below)
  • Evidence of financial need (based on information provided in this scholarship application)
  • Evidence of academic merit (based on transcripts and grade point average.

Current Students:

Send the following documents to the Office of International Affairs,
5209 University of Oregon,
333 Oregon Hall,
Eugene,

OR


97403.
Incomplete applications will not be considered.

  • Scholarship Application (enclosed)
  • One recommendation form from a UO faculty member
  • UO unofficial transcript (if this is your first term at UO, provide transcript from a previous college/university or high school)
  • Personal statement (one-page) describing your academic goals and financial need
  • Any additional application requirements as described under each scholarship.

    New & Transfer Students:

    Send the following documents to the Office of International Affairs,
    5209 University of Oregon,
    333 Oregon Hall,
    Eugene,

    OR

    97403. Incomplete applications will not be considered.

    • Scholarship Application (enclosed)
    • One recommendation form
    • Academic records or transcript from current or previous school
    • Personal statement (one-page) describing your academic goals and financial need
    • Any additional application requirements as described under each scholarship

    ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIPS

    GENERAL (Open to all international students)
    • Ghent Kenneth S. Ghent Scholarship: Honoring Dr. Kenneth S. Ghent, former director of International Affairs. Several scholarships of approximately $3,500 each may be awarded each year. Applicants must be entering the final year of their UO degree program. A degree audit is required.
    • Pressman Pressman Family Scholarship: Honoring the Pressman family. One scholarship of approximately $750 may be awarded each year. New and continuing UO international students may apply.
    • Tattersall Jim and Jean Tattersall International Student Scholarship: Honoring Jim and Jean Tattersall. One scholarship of approximately $1,500 may be awarded each year. New and continuing international students may apply.

    AFRICA
    • Haines; John Haines African Student Scholarship: Established by Dr. John Haines, a Eugene ophthalmologist. Two scholarships of approximately $2,000 each may be awarded each year. New and continuing students from Africa may apply.
    • Mulani; Prakash Mulani African Student Scholarship: Established by UO alumnus Prakash Mulani ’87. One scholarship of approximately $2400 may be awarded each year. New and continuing students from Africa may apply, with preference given to students from Kenya, Tanzania, or South Africa.
    • Popoola; Dr. Dapo and Mrs. Lillie Popoola African Student Scholarship: Established by UO alumnus Dapo Popoola ’71 and wife Lillie Popoola. One scholarship of approximately $1000 may be awarded each year. New and continuing students from Africa may apply.

    Application Deadline: February 15.
    For More Information and Application, Please visit; International Affairs Endowed Scholarships Website

Scholarship 2017/18

Undergraduate Scholarships,
Masters Scholarships,
PhD Scholarships,
International Scholarships.