COSA Scholarship

COSA Scholarships

Each year COSA sponsors or assists in processing ten $1,000 college scholarships.  These scholarships are for Oregon high school seniors attending 2 or 4 year Oregon colleges.  The applications must be postmarked by March 1, 2017.  Results will be announced by May 1, 2017.

OASSA Scholarships

Two $1,000 scholarships are awarded each year to graduating seniors from Oregon public high schools.  The scholarships may be used for a 2- or 4-year university, trade, or professional/technical school.  These two scholarships are for a son, daughter, or dependent child of an OASSA member who meet the criteria listed on the application.  The applications must be postmarked by March 20, 2017. Results will be announced by May 1, 2017.
CLICK HERE to view more information and access the COSA and OASSA Scholarship applications.

Pointe Pest Control Scholarship

  • This scholarship is judged primarily on need basis, but does not exclude achievement standards.
  • The scholarship must be submitted, in full, by April 29, 2017. LATE APPLICATIONS WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED.
  • INCOMPLETE APPLICATIONS WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED.
  • Applications for scholarship can be submitted by any high school senior or college freshman from the state of Oregon.
  • A student aid report showing income status of your household must be attached for application to be considered.
  • Must have a minimum G.P.A. of 3.0.
  • A transcript must be attached with counselor or school representative signature for application to be considered.
  • This scholarship is a one time scholarship worth $750. It will be awarded May 30, 2017
  • Although not required, applicants are encouraged to submit recommendation letters and/or resumes to substantiate their application.
  • All applicants must be submitted electronically using this form.http://pointepest.com/oregon-scholarship-application/

FAFSA and Undocumented Students

Questions and Answers Financial Aid and Undocumented Students The questions and answers that follow provide information about student financial aid for undocumented students (sometimes referred to as “Dreamers”) as well as guidance for a specific subgroup of undocumented students who have received Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA). We have grouped the questions and answers into three categories: General Information, Eligibility for Financial Aid, and Completing the FAFSA.

 

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