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College of Education Scholarships

2019-20 College of Education Scholarships

DEADLINE: 4 PM, February 1, 2019

The application process for 2019-20 scholarships will open on October 19, 2018.


Before applying for scholarships, you must submit an application for admission to the University of Oregon. If you are already an enrolled student you can login with your DuckID and password. 

The College of Education scholarship program provides a significant number of donor-supported awards to COE students. Most awards are from $1,500–$10,000. In 2018-19, approximately $760,000 was designated for student support. Scholarship decisions will be made prior to the end of March 2019.

Awards support various program areas for students ranging from the junior year to doctorate. 


Students currently applying for a COE academic program but not yet accepted at the time of the deadline should still submit their scholarship application for consideration, pending acceptance into the program. In order to gain access to the COE scholarship application, you must first have applied for admission at the University of Oregon. 

International students and those not able to file a FAFSA are eligible for COE scholarships. 

Financial Need is a requirement in order to be considered for many scholarships.  You must submit a FAFSA, ORSAA or Financial Resource Form by the scholarship application deadline if you want your financial need to be assessed with your scholarship application.  You may use one of the following three options:

• The FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) is an online application for students who are US citizens, Legal Permanent Residents (LPRs) or other eligible non-citizens:

• The ORSAA (Oregon Student Aid Application) is an alternative to the FAFSA for Dreamer students including students who have Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) status or Temporary Protected Status (TPS) as well as other undocumented students:

• The Financial Resource Form is for International students with a valid student visa. This form must be submitted directly to the Office of International Affairs:

In addition to maintaining academic standing and serving as representatives of the college, students receiving COE scholarships are expected to meet the following obligations:

  • Meet with the dean, development officer, and scholarship committee as requested
  • Maintain contact with living donor

Logan Scholarship Program

Established by the late Jane and Roscoe "Rock" Logan, the Logan Scholarship program was established to benefit financially needy students seeking a degree in education with the intention to teach in public schools. The scholarship will provide funding to nearly 100 undergraduate and 10 graduate students attending the University of Oregon each year.

Incoming and continuing undergraduate students can find more information at

Incoming College of Education graduate students who are pursuing teaching degrees can apply for a $10,000 Logan Graduate Mentor Scholarship through the COE Scholarships program.

2018-19 Doctoral Research Award Application

DEADLINE: 5 PM, December 7, 2018, and March 8, 2019

The College of Education provides awards for doctoral research projects. Projects need to be approved by students' dissertation committees. Award applications are open twice each year.

See the application for submission information. Refer to the doctoral research award list for information about available awards.

2019 Evelyn H. Bullock Fund for Communication Disorders & Science Research 

DEADLINE: 5 PM, February 28, 2019

Graduate students who are making satisfactory progress toward completion of their graduate program are eligible to apply for this award. For 2017 academic year a total of $1,000 to $5,000 is available for support.  Funds must be used for the purpose for which they are awarded. For questions contact Dr. McKay Sohlberg, Director of the Communication Disorders and Sciences Program,, or 541-346-2586. 

Undergraduate Research Fellowship

DEADLINE: April 28, 2018

Beginning in 2017-18, the UG Research Fellowship program’s focus will shift from supporting students in any major area of study to supporting students in Education and related fields.  Applicants primary major must be in the College of Education, or in a related field such as Psychology, Linguistics, General Science, or General Social Science. The research project must be related to an educational issue and the applicant must make a case that they plan to pursue Graduate research explicitly in education-related areas and issues.

Application Questions:
Andrea Olson
Scholarship Program Administrator
College of Education
1215 University of Oregon
Eugene, OR 97403-1215