OSAC and ASPIRE offer a variety of webinars throughout the year for students, parents, and career/college practitioners. Our webinars provide up-to-date information about Oregon grant programs, scholarships, financial aid application assistance, and support via live Q&A. Our webinars are available at no cost. Registration is required to receive event link and reminder email. Follow us on social media and newsletters for new offerings and check this page frequently for updates.
Webinars will relate to career and/or college planning and may include financial aid and scholarship support, student loan information, the Oregon College Savings Plan, and more.
OSAC Scholarship Application Drop-in Help
Webinars geared toward counselors, teachers, career/college advisors, and ASPIRE coordinators who assist students and adult learners with career and college plans.
Student Portal/Application Overview & QA
Webinars geared toward ASPIRE coordinators and ASPIRE mentors who assist students and adult learners with career and college plans.
No need to register, just click on the links below.
Mentor Connections Monthly - Tuesdays
All sessions include a 30-minute topical training followed by a 30-minute Mentor Training Basics with Q&A.
Coordinator Connections Middle School
Coordinator Connections High School
Webinars hosted by partner organizations that help students plan for their future, provide assistance during the college planning experience, or offer post-college success tips.
ECMC Recorded Webinars: If you missed out on attending the Paying for College webinars live, we recorded them! Please feel free to watch the videos!
Oregon Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators (OASFAA)
This series of videos is intended to help high school counselors and student mentors become more comfortable providing support to students and families as they complete the FAFSA or ORSAA. Video Playlist
Federal Student Aid Videos
Short videos created to help assist students and families complete the FAFSA.
Did you miss an OSAC or ASPIRE webinar?