• More Scholarship Resources

  • Use these online resources to find additional scholarship opportunities. This list includes resources for Mt. Hood Community College as well for other institutions.

    OSAC – The Oregon Office of Student Access and Completion (OSAC) awards $10 million in scholarships to Oregon students each year. Apply November through March 1 for scholarships that begin the following school year.

    Ford Family Foundation Scholarships - The Ford Family Foundation offers comprehensive scholarships to help students from a variety of backgrounds succeed in college and beyond. Recipients receive a variable, need-based award of up to 90% of unmet financial need. Apply November through March 1 for scholarships that begin the following school year.

    MHCC Success Programs - MHCC Success Programs help low-income, first-generation, or underserved students enroll in and persist in college. Student Success Specialists provide one-on-one support to help students navigate college, connect with resources, and find financial assistance.

    DREAMer’s Roadmap - Dreamers Roadmap is a free national mobile app that helps undocumented students find scholarships to go to college. Visit their webpage to learn more and to download the app for iPhone or Android.

    EOU – Students planning to transfer to Eastern Oregon University are eligible for the renewable Transfer and Returning Student Success Award (up to $2,500 a year). Members of the Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society can also apply for the new PTK Mountaineer Award ($1,000). Follow this link to learn more and apply for both scholarships prior to the first day of your first term at EOU.

    OCF – The Oregon Community Foundation (OCF) partners with OSAC and individual colleges/universities to administer many of its scholarships. When you apply for MHCC Foundation scholarships and OSAC, you are also applying the OCF scholarships they administer. Use this link to see if you are eligible for Scholarships Through OCF and download paper applications.

    Hood River County Education Foundation - The Hood River County Education Foundation awards scholarships to students who have graduated from Hood River Valley High School and are currently enrolled in a two-year or four-year college.

    Sallie Mae Scholarship Search - Scholarship Search is the free way to get access to more than 6 million college scholarships worth up to $30 billion. Register for free and create your profile to get matched with scholarships based on your skills, activities, and interests.

    Fastweb – Fastweb is an online scholarship matching and search resource. Create a free account to receive a list of scholarships you may qualify for.

    Avoiding Scams – This article includes tips from the U.S. Department of Education for how to spot potential fraud, avoid paying for free services, and prevent identity theft while searching for scholarships.