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Non-residents transferring to OSU with a minimum 3.00 transfer GPA and at least 36 credit hours completed are automatically considered for the Aloha, Evergreen State, Gem State, Golden State, or Provost Scholarship (depending on your state of residence) of up to $5,000 annually. Students must apply for admission for the fall term by February 1st and submit all supporting documentation to OSU by February 15th to be eligible for consideration. Transfer scholarships are awarded only to students admitted for fall term.
A limited number of these competitive scholarships are awarded based on the application for admission. All of these scholarships are renewable for three additional years (four total years of support).
OSU's colleges and departments offer donor-funded scholarship opportunities to students who are currently enrolled, or plan to enroll (incoming freshmen or new transfers), in an academic program within their college or department. OSU's colleges and departments typically award over $10 million dollars in donor-funded scholarships to thousands of students each year!
Most colleges and departments accept applications for these scholarship awards through OSU's scholarship management system, OSU ScholarDollars. ScholarDollars begins accepting applications on November 1st each year. Most scholarships have an application deadline on or after February 1st, but individual deadlines may vary. Submit your application before February 1st to maximize your scholarship opportunities!
The OSU Scholarship Office evaluates any third-party scholarship information submitted to our office for validity, legitimacy, and applicability to OSU students. Scholarships are submitted from local, state, national, and international organizations and are not specifically affiliated with OSU. Students can learn more about third-party scholarships through OSU ScholarDollars.
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