Apply for scholarships!
Oregon Coast Community College students have opportunities to apply for a number of different local, regional and national scholarships to help defray the cost of their college education. Peruse the links below to learn more about the scholarships that might be right for you.
State of Oregon Scholarships
Oregon’s Office of Student Access and Completion (OSAC) 2016-17 Scholarship Application is now available online at oregonstudentaid.gov With links to the scholarships catalog, timeline and deadlines, eligibility requirements, Application Worksheet and more!
Assists foster youth with the transition to self-sufficiency by providing funding for the education, training, and services necessary to obtain employment.
The Oregon Student Child Care Grant Program was established to assist parents enrolled in post-secondary education obtain safe, dependable care that supports their children’s development while allowing completion of the parent’s academic programs.
Established by Olga and Bill Gribler and administered by the Pacific Communities Health District Foundation, this scholarship is designed to assist a resident of Lincoln County secure training to enter or re-enter the field of nursing. The successful applicant must enroll in an accredited nursing program during the year of the award and must sign an agreement to work within the SPHS system in Lincoln County for up to 2 years upon graduation if a position is available. Application deadline is July 21, 2017. Download the application here: The Gribler Loving Trust 2017 Scholarship Application. Contact Ursula Marinelli, PCHD Foundation, for more information.
Established by the Pacific Communities Health District Foundation Women’s Giving Circle and administered by the PCHD Foundation, this scholarship is designed to assist a resident of Lincoln County secure training to enter or re-enter the field of medical assistant. The successful applicant must enroll in the medical assistant program at Oregon Coast Community College the year of the award and must sign an agreement to work within the SPHS system in Lincoln County for at least one year upon graduation if a position is available/offered. Must be a US Citizen and a resident of Lincoln County for a minimum of one year to be eligible for consideration. Recent high school graduates are not eligible. Application deadline is July 31, 2017. Download the application here: Medical Assistant Program Scholarship Application. Contact Ursula Marinelli, PCHD Foundation, for more information.
- Army Emergency Relief *
- Careerfitter Scholarship *
- Exactime Scholarship
- Ford Family Foundation *
- Hispanic Scholarship Fund *
- Hispanic College Fund *
- International Scholarships
- Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation *
- MasterShield Gutter Guard Scholarship
- Native American Scholarship Fund
- OnlineColleges.net (Scholarships for Minority Students)*
- Oregon Community Foundation *
- Oregon School Employee Association Scholarships *
- Sallie Mae Scholarships *
- Solar Action Alliance
- Study Abroad Scholarships
- Study Abroad Scholarships
- Tobacco-Free Life Scholarship
- United Negro College Fund *
- Varsity Tutors Scholarship
- WalMart Foundation Scholarship Programs
* Indicates multiple deadlines and/or scholarships.
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