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Welcome to National and Global Scholarships Advising! We are here to assist you through all stages of the application process for competitive national and international scholarships. Our office is passionate about supporting the aspirations of all Oregon State candidates: undergraduate, graduate, and alumni, and applying for these awards can be a gateway to new experiences, new opportunities, and new successes.
COVID-19 Update: Full advising services continue to be available through Zoom. Please continue to make appointments through our appointment scheduler: https://beav.es/o3B
If you have any questions about the status of your scholarship program, please reach out to LeAnn Adam: [email protected]
If you have questions or if you’d like me to review your essays one last time before submission, our office will have first-come first-serve... read more
2020-2021 OSU Gilman Scholars Adjust their Study Abroad Plans in Show of Resilience
When Dayne Smith, a junior studying Tourism, Recreation, and Adventure Leadership, was applying to the Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship program to receive funding for her semester abroad in New Zealand, she imagined herself going backpacking, hiking, and skiing in the beautiful backdrop of New Zealand’s many national parks and ski resorts. She imagined herself meeting new people and empowering herself to travel independently. What she did not imagine was that the COVID-19 pandemic would strike, changing her study abroad plans completely,
Oregon State University students have always been adaptable, but the seven undergraduate students awarded the prestigious Gilman scholarship for the 2020-2021 academic year have had to put their resilience to use in new and creative ways. . . . Read More
Congratulations to Scout Osborne, who received a Gilman Scholarship to help fund his study abroad program in Puebla, Mexico! Learn more about Scout's experience in this Q&A.
Why did you want to study abroad? What led you to your program?
I have always had a life goal to be fluent in at least one language besides English. I chose to study Spanish for a million different reasons and it made sense for me to major in it. Studying abroad has always appealed to me...Read more.