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Beginning in Fall 2021, Oregon State University will be a participating institution with the Western Undergraduate Exchange (WUE) program.
Residents of the following states may be eligible for tuition at 150% of resident tuition (renewable for 4 years):
Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, North Dakota, South Dakota, Utah, Washington, Wyoming, Guam, and the North Mariana Islands.
WUE Scholarships are competitive and awarded based on a holistic review of your application for admission. Not all students from a WUE state will be offered an award.
WUE awards are only for new, entering students for Fall 2021 and beyond.
Thanks to various food companies, food industry trade associations, professional societies and individuals, the OSU Department of Food Science and Technology is fortunate to coordinate a sizable number of scholarships and grants.
Most student awards are undergraduate scholarships which recognize academic performance and achievement in Food Science (which includes club activities, internships, or other professional development activities within the Food Science field).
Early Winter term is the time to apply for academic year scholarships.
Deadlines for scholarships vary but many are as early as February 1 and a few extend into May.
|Application Deadline||Sponsoring Organization||Who May Apply|
|For full consideration, Feb. 1, 2021||
Scholar Dollars - One application for OSU, College of Agricultural Sciences, and FST Department Academic Scholarships
|Various, earliest is Mar. 2, 2021||Graduate and Undergraduate Students|
|Early bird - Feb. 15, 2021||Oregon Student Assistance Commission||Varies by scholarship|
|March 1, 2021||American Society for Enology and Viticulture (ASEV)||Graduate and Undergraduate Students|
|Other scholarships are announced to FST student list as they arise|
Department of Food Science and Technology
Deborah Gould, Academic Program Coordinator | Phone: (541) 737-6486 | Fax: (541) 737-1877
College of Agricultural Sciences
Paul Dorres, Office of Student Advancement | Phone: (541) 737-2211