Office of Student Access and Completion (OSAC)
As a national leader in public/private partnerships of scholarship and innovative outreach programs, OSAC administers
the following programs: Scholarships, Oregon Opportunity Grant,
Oregon Promise, Chafee Grant,
Student Childcare Grant, and ASPIRE
This brochure provides an overview of OSAC programs and financial aid opportunities.
Order the OSAC Brochure
OSAC Update (Fall 2016)
This handout provides an update on OSAC programs, deadlines for financial aid opportunities, college fair dates, and more.
Download the OSAC Update (Fall 2016)
Oregon Promise Handout (Fall 2016)
This handout provides information on rolling deadlines, eligibility requirements, and application guidelines for the Oregon Promise Grant.
Download the Oregon Promise Handout (Fall 2016)
Educational Credit Management Corporation (ECMC)
The ECMC Opportunities booklet contains
information to help high school students prepare for postsecondary education,
choose a college, and apply for financial aid. Opportunities also covers
financial aid issues such as filing a Free Application for Federal Student
Aid (FAFSA), as well as types and sources of federal and state aid, and
eligibility criteria. The Oregon information section of the Opportunities
booklet contains specific details for students attending Oregon colleges and
programs administered by OSAC.
Order/Download the ECMC Opportunities Booklet
The Ford Family Foundation (TFFF)
The Ford Family Foundation is a private,
non-profit foundation located in Roseburg, Oregon. Started in 1957, the Foundation now manages
initiatives and makes grants to public charities in small and mid-size communities in rural Oregon
and Siskiyou County, California. The Mission of The Ford Family Foundation is to help individuals
through organized learning opportunities to be contributing and successful citizens,
and to enhance the vitality of rural communities in Oregon and other states.
Order TFFF Publications
This packet is geared toward financial aid officers, school counselors, and other youth advocates. It provides information on the Independent Living
Program (ILP), which helps current and former foster care youth to become self-sufficient, independent adults, and prepare for post-secondary
education. For many youth aging out of Oregon’s foster care system, college is simply not a financial reality – but it CAN be! The Chafee Education
and Training Grant, Tuition and Fee Waivers, and the other financial aid at the state and federal level ensure that foster youth will have access to
higher education. For additional details and eligibility requirements, please visit the
Download the Chafee Packet
To order Get Educated postcards or posters, contact:
ILP Support Staff