PathwayOregon Scholarships

Investing in Oregon Futures

PathwayOregon empowers the state's top high school students to pursue their college aspirations, delivering on a promise to cover four years of tuition and fees for academically qualified, Federal Pell Grant-eligible Oregonians. In the past twelve years, Pathway has transformed freshman retention and four-year graduation rates for low-income Oregon students by pairing comprehensive academic support with full-coverage financial aid. 

Already, more than 6,500 Oregon students have been able to make their college dreams a reality thanks to the generosity of PathwayOregon supporters. When you invest in the future of PathwayOregon students, you change lives and shape Oregon communities for years to come.

Setting Students Up for a Lifetime Success

From the moment they set foot on campus until the day they receive their diplomas, PathwayOregon scholars receive specialized, one-on-one support from a team of advisors who help with everything from picking a major to managing personal finances.

Opening UO to More Oregonians

Nearly 60 percent of PathwayOregon scholars are first-generation college students, about half are students of color, and more than 10 percent come from rural backgrounds. PathwayOregon eligibility is considered as part of the University of Oregon application process. Selection criteria include:

  • Oregon residency
  • Graduation from an Oregon high school in the last two years
  • Admission as a first-time freshman
  • Eligible for the Federal Pell Grant
  • A 3.40/4.00 high school GPA

Students who earn less than a 3.40 high school GPA but meet all other program eligibility criteria may be considered when space and funding allow.

Like its students, the PathwayOregon program depends on donor generosity to continue to grow and thrive. Please consider a gift in support of this remarkable scholarship program and make Oregon's future brighter today. 

PathwayOregon Supporters
Rank State Gifts
1 OR 34
2 CA 3
3 WA 2
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