Other Financial-Aid Options

SEHS FINANCIAL-AID OVERVIEW

From 10/20/20 Financial-Aid Night

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  • Still have financial-aid questions? Feel free to contact Lori Sauter at South’s college and career center (sauter_l@4j.lane.edu, 541-790-8011 for live conversation, 541-790-8052 to leave message).

BONUS FINANCIAL-AID

RESOURCES

Paying for College: Slide show from the Educational Credit Management Corporation (ECMC).

Finding Funds for Oregon Students 2020 (also in Spanish, 2018-19 version) Slide show from the Oregon Office of Student Access and Completion (OSAC).

BONUS FAFSA RESOURCES:

Recommended

Scholarship Search Platforms

Reviews.com has created a guide to review the best scholarship search platforms and instruct students on how to use them effectively to find as many opportunities as possible.

Best for most students

FastWeb

Hands down the most impressive search site we encountered.

 

Best Database

Cappex

Great for students who want to be able to apply for — and track the status of — a large number of scholarships.

Best search

Unigo

Strong search features put Unigo in third place and elevated it far above the remaining contenders we considered.

Best Resources

Big Future

Underwhelming for scholarship searches, but a treasure trove of other valuable features.

Regardless of the search platform you choose, the author of "A Comprehensive Review of the Leading Scholarship Search Services," shares a conclusion about the search platforms they reviewed that can be generalized to many of the scholarship searches available to students. They say that, "not any one of them is able to give a complete and concise scholarship list and results lists differ widely. There are anomalies, mismatched data, and their systems are human-driven, which means there could be outdated and inaccurate information. The scholarship data itself is categorized completely differently from one to the other, and in almost all of them, it’s clear that advertisers figure prominently. Users may maximize the scholarship data and subscribe to more than one. A new email account specifically for use during college and scholarship searches would effectively keep spam and junk out of a personal email account."

Other Financial Aid Opportunities

WESTERN UNDERGRADUATE EXCHANGE (WUE)

WUE is a program that allows Oregon high-school students to request reduced tuition at participating two- and four-year public college programs outside of Oregon.  Go to http://www.wiche.edu/wue to see a list of participating WUE schools, and learn how to apply for this tuition-reduction program.  The reduced tuition rate is not automatically awarded, and many institutions limit the number of new WUE awards each academic year, so apply early!

AUTOMATIC AND COMPETITIVE FULL TUITION/RIDE SCHOLARSHIPS AWARDED BY U.S. COLLEGES/UNIVERSITIES WITHOUT REGARD TO NEED:

http://automaticfulltuition.yolasite.com/

http://competitivefulltuition.yolasite.com/

 

NEED-BASED AND MERIT AID AMOUNTS

BY COLLEGE

See which schools offer the most aid.

FOR BLACK STUDENTS:

FOR LGBTQ AND STRAIGHT ALLY STUDENTS:

Pride Foundation Scholarships

FOR NEW AMERICANS, IMMIGRANTS, AND MINORITIES:

FOR NATIVE AMERICAN STUDENTS:

FOR HISPANIC AND LATINX STUDENTS: