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CAS Scholarships and Fellowships


The application process for 2017-2018 scholarships and fellowships is closed.

The committee is reviewing applications, and notifications to all applicants will be sent out in early May.


 

The College of Arts and Sciences provides a significant number of donor-supported scholarships and fellowships to CAS students – both undergraduate and graduate. These awards are for continuing students only. Minimum GPA requirement: 3.0

Please contact the College of Arts and Sciences with any questions related to the scholarship application: scholarships@cas.uoregon.edu or (541) 346-3236.

Many of our departments and programs offer their own major-specific scholarships. For a list of these departments and links to their websites, click here.

For information about university-wide scholarships, visit the webpage for the Office of Financial Aid & Scholarships here.

Available CAS scholarships, average award amounts, and eligibility criteria:

Mildred Braaten Archibald Scholarship Fund in Science and Mathematics ($2,000 – $3,000)
* Sophomores, Juniors, Seniors, Graduate Students
* Majors in math, biology, chemistry, physics
* Preference to students with interest in issues related to women in the sciences

Mary Chambers Brockelbank Endowed Assistance Fund ($1,000 – $2,000)
* Sophomores, Juniors, Seniors, Graduate Students
* Financial need

Norman Brown Graduate Fellowship ($4,000 – $5,000)
* Graduate Students
* Academic merit

Hazel Leonard Buck Scholarship ($1,000)
* Sophomores, Juniors, Seniors
* Major in General Social Science
* Academic merit

College of Arts and Sciences Graduate Scholarship ($1,000 – $2,000)
* Graduate Students
* Academic merit

College of Arts and Sciences Scholarship ($1,000 – $2,000)
* Sophomores, Juniors, Seniors
* Academic merit

Clarence and Lucille Dunbar Scholarship ($2,000 – $5,000)
* Sophomores, Juniors, Seniors, Graduate Students
* Majors in the natural sciences

Henry V. Howe Scholarship ($1,000 – $5,000)
* Sophomores, Juniors, Seniors, Graduate Students
* Majors in the natural sciences

Hildegard Kurz Foreign Language Scholarship ($1,000 – $3,000)
* Sophomores, Juniors, Seniors
* Student must be studying a foreign language
* Student must travel abroad during the 2017-2018 academic year – please discuss these plans in your personal statement
* Financial need

John L. and Naomi Luvaas Graduate Fellowship ($1,000 – $2,000)
* Graduate Students
* Student must have resided in Oregon for at least 3 years

Miller Family Graduate Award in Technology & Science ($1,000 – $2,000)
* Graduate Students
* Pursuing research in technology or natural science
* Academic merit
* Preference to female students

Everett D. Monte Scholarship ($1,000 – $3,000)
* Sophomores, Juniors, Seniors, Graduate Students
* Financial need

Risa Palm Graduate Fellowship ($1,000)
* Graduate Students
* Promise for achievement in academic field

Charles A. Reed Graduate Fellowship ($1,500 – $2,500)

* Graduate Students
* PhD candidate – please describe your PhD research plans in your personal statement
* One recommendation should be from department head

Marthe E. Smith Memorial Science Scholarship ($2,000 – $4,000)
* Graduate Students
* Majors in the natural sciences
* Academic merit
* Preference to students in their last year at UO

Clayton and Sheryl Steinke General Social Sciences Scholarship ($1,000 – $4,000)
* Sophomores, Juniors, Seniors
* Major in General Social Science
* Financial need
* Academic merit

Carolyn M. Stokes Memorial Scholarship ($2,000 – $4,000)
* Graduate Students
* Majors in psychology and sociology
* Financial need
* Academic merit

Susan A. Winn Memorial Scholarship ($750 – $1,000)
* Sophomores, Juniors, Seniors
* Financial need



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