- Apply for Aid
- What is Financial Aid and Who is Eligible
- When to Apply
- How do I Apply for Financial Aid
- Applying as a Transfer Student
- International Students and Financial Aid
- Degree Partnership Program
- Oregon Partners
- Blue Mountain Community College
- Chemeketa Community College
- Clackamas Community College
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- Lane Community College
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- Hawai'i Partners
- DPP Application Deadlines
- Degree Partnership Program FAQ’s
- Oregon Partners
- What happens AFTER I apply?
- Review Your Award
- Explore Opportunities
- Bridge to Success
- Manage your Loans
- Private/Alternative Loans
- Federal Work Study
- Regular Student Employment
- Study Abroad Information
- Child Care Information
- U.S. Veteran's Educational Benefits
- Receive Your Funds
- Receiving Aid
- Requesting Changes
- Renewing Aid
- What happens if I Withdraw?
- Dropping Courses
- Terms & Conditions
- Satisfactory Academic Progress
- Information for Parents
Oregon State has always been on the leading edge, made possible by students just like you! Through discovery, innovation, and application we are meeting challenges, solving problems, and turning ideas into reality. You've got big dreams for your future and Oregon State University can help put that future within your reach. The Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships welcomes the opportunity to assist you with making your dreams of an education come true. Click on Apply for Aid to begin your journey at Oregon State University!
Student Loan Repayment Workshops
Get answers to all your questions, such as: Who do I send payments to? What happens after I graduate? When do I start paying my loan back? Where can I find options on consolidation? Why is it important to communicate with my lender? How can I find options if I can’t start repayment right away?
Wednesday, April 30, 2014 12pm-1pm-International Forum, Snell Hall
Wednesday, May 14, 2014 12pm-1pm-International Forum, Snell Hall
Wednesday, June 4, 2014 12pm-1pm-International Forum, Snell Hall
1098-T Tuition Statement
Looking for information on your 1098-T? Visit the Student Accounts 1098-T webpage for more information!
Degree Partnership Program Enrollment Requirement Reminder
Students receiving OSU scholarships, the Bridge to Success Grant (OR Residents), or the Non-Resident Tuition Grant are required to be enrolled in a MINIMUM of 6 credits at OSU to receive those funds regardless of minimum credit requirements with partner schools.
Important Changes to the Federal Direct Loan Program
Federal Student Loan Interest Rates have changed effective July 1, 2013. Interest rates on student loans are now tied to the 10-year Treasury note plus 2.05 percentage points for undergraduates, and plus 3.6 percentage points for graduate student loans. Parent and Grad PLUS loans are at plus 4.6 percentage points. These rates will vary on a yearly basis based on the legislation that was passed. The new interest rates for 2013-2014 are listed below and are subject to change for subsequent years based on variable rate increases:
Undergraduate Direct Student Loans
Graduate Direct Student Loans
- Graduate PLUS-6.41%
Parent Direct Loans
- Parent PLUS-6.41%
Subsidized Loan Eligibility Limit
There is now a maximum eligibility period which affects Direct Subsidized Loan Eligibility for 1st time borrowers ON or AFTER July 1, 2013.There is now a limit on the maximum period of time (measured in academic years) that you can receive Direct Subsidized Loans. In general, you may not receive Direct Subsidized Loans for more than 150% of the published length of your program. This is called your “maximum eligibility period”. You can usually find the published length of any program of study in your school’s catalog.
For example, if you are enrolled in a 4-year bachelor’s degree program, the maximum period for which you can receive Direct Subsidized Loans is 6 years (150% of 4 years = 6 years). If you are enrolled in a 2-year associate degree program, the maximum period for which you can receive Direct Subsidized Loans is 3 years (150% of 2 years = 3 years).
Your maximum eligibility period is based on the published length of your current program. This means that your maximum eligibility period can change if you change programs. Also, if you receive Direct Subsidized Loans for one program and then change to another program, the Direct Subsidized Loans you received for the earlier program will generally count against your new maximum eligibility period. For additional information and examples, please review the official announcement from the US Department of Education.
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