Outside Scholarships

The following scholarships are available but have their own outside application process. Please follow the directions provided, noting that many have earlier or later deadlines than the local JCEF Application at  your school.

  • Don’t turn these applications into Counseling or the Career Center at your school with the expectation that JCEF or your school counselor or scholarship coordinator will deliver them to the donor by the stated deadline.
  • You need to take personal responsibility to complete the application and follow specific instructions given to get it to the donor by the deadline each states. Some are submitted online; others must be mailed by the noted deadline. Several offer local delivery options to the donor organization. Read instructions carefully and follow all directions given.
  • Your school’s scholarship coordinator or school counselor will often have the application information on file, or may be a resource to you in completing the applications. So, if you have questions, check with your school first.
  • If you still have unanswered questions or specific forms required aren’t online or available at your school, get in touch with the contact directly named or the organization itself through the phone number or email address listed.

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A & M Transport, Inc. - Scholarship for Children of employees

  • One $1000 scholarship open to children of employees.
  • Glendale-based company has its own application. Parents must pick up an application at  the business.


Al Forthan Memorial Scholarship (Due Feb. 1)

  • One $10,000 scholarship open to an Oregon high school senior from a family affected by alcohol or drug addiction. Several other lesser amount scholarships will also be awarded-if applying for lesser awards, no letter of support is required.  The $10,000 scholarship is disbursed in $2,500 installments over 4 years.
  • Selection Criteria: Quality of various required written essays (go to web site noted below and download the scholarship flyer), Activity Chart (use a spreadsheet or a table to list all volunteer/community service work and high school activities and number of hours you have participated in those activities), Letter of Recommendation or support from teacher, coach, school counselor adult mentor, pastor describing your character and why they would recommend you for a scholarship, Financial Need (describe in a 1-page essay what income barriers you face in financing your higher education and how the scholarship will benefit you in reaching your goals.)
  • Other Requirements: Type out each of the 6 questions or statements, followed by your response. All essays should be typed and double spaced. Follow the page instructions provided for each essay. Put your name and school name on each essay.
  • Questions: contact Alex Rice arice@voaor.org  or 503-802-0299 or Forthanpdx.tumblr.com
  • 2018 Deadline: Feb. 1, 2019
  • About the Scholarship: Offered by the Volunteers of America-Oregon. In 2017, the Al Forthan Memorial Scholarship awarded $69,500 in scholarships to seniors from Oregon high schools. The purpose of the scholarship is to honor Al and encourage students to explore how addiction has impacted our community and think about solutions to this complex problem. If you'd like to donate to the scholarship, contact Alex Rice.


Asante TRMC Youth Volunteer Scholarship

  • Award: Three $1,500 scholarships
  • Eligibility: Open to students who are members of the Asante TRMC Youth Volunteer Auxiliary Program.
  • GPA: None specified - sufficient to be accepted to applicant's college of choice.
  • Selection Criteria: Applicants must have completed 200 hours of volunteer service in the TRMC Youth Volunteer Auxiliary Program (including 90 days prior to applying). Applicants are planning to attend an accredited college, university, trade or technical school in Health Sciences.
  • Other Requirements: 500-word personal essay required about applicant's stated educational and life goals. Focus on what you have gained as an individual as well as what you have given to others while in the program and what influences the program has had on your life.
  • Application: Special application materials available at your high school Career Center, or from Linda Lamoreau, Program Director at 541-955-5417; linda.lamoreau@asante.orgc
  • Deadline: 2018 Applications must be submitted no later than 5 PM on Friday, March 9, to:  Asante TRMC Youth Volunteer Program Office, ATTN. Linda Lamoreau at 1550 NW 6th St, Grants Pass, OR 97526. Make sure you speak with Linda personally to ensure your Mentor Evaluation is included with your completed application to the Scholarship Selection Committee. The Mentor Evaluation is important as it represents 1/3 of the total point system.
  • Redemption: Contact Linda Lamoreau for redemption details.  You must provide your college address information and student ID number to verify registration for monies to be forwarded to your college promptly when requested.


Cogswell Scholarship for RCC - Renewable

  • $1000 scholarship open to local graduating seniors throughout Josephine County - renewable award.
  • Awarded by Rogue Community College Foundation. Apply on their online application.
  • College Use: For Attendance at Rogue Community College only.
  • Apply at: www.rccfoundation.org or speak with Scholarship staff in Counseling at your school for further information.
  • A separate Cogswell Scholarship program is open to local graduating seniors at GPHS, HVHS, NVHS or IVHS and may be used at any accredited college or university.


Eagle Scout Scholarships

These days, higher education comes with a higher price tag. These scholarships for Eagle Scouts, sorted chronologically by deadline, will help take out some of the sting.


EDGE & TA Branch 9 - (Open Scholarship) Due April 15

  • $1,000 competitive scholarship open to graduating students throughout Josephine County and the area served by Early Day Gas Engine & Tractor Association (EDGE & TA), Branch 9 based in Merlin.
  • Application: Apply on the EDGE&TA application which has a deadline of April 15. Completed  and signed applications should be mailed by the deadline to: Maloy Murdock, Scholarship Committee Chair,1000 Crow Road, Merlin, OR 97532. Click here to access the application form which can be completed and printed for mailing or, see your school's Counselor or Scholarship Coordinator for more information.
  • Selection Criteria: Planning to pursue a career in farming, land management, heavy machinery (building or repair), forestry or other agricultural-related field which must be detailed in the application. An unsigned application will result in the application not being considered.
  • Redemption: Contact the EDGE & TA Branch 9 office in Merlin at 541-476-7319.
  • How Scholarship is disbursed: Awarded in two $500 payments to the recipient's chosen institution upon receipt of enrollment verification. The second $500 payment is issued to the school upon successful completion of the first quarter or semester with a copy of grades which may be an informal transcript. To receive second installment, send confirmation of the next term's enrollment to the application address. If the program is completed without the use of semesters or quarters, the entire $1,000 may be sent with the approval of the Scholarship Committee.


Ford Scholars Program - Apply through OSAC

  • This is a need-based, renewable scholarship. The award provides 90% of the recipient's unmet financial need with a limit of $25,000 per year.
  • Apply for this scholarship by completing an OSAC application beginning in early November  when the Open Application period begins at www.OregonStudentAid.gov
  • To demonstrate financial need, applicants should file a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) as soon as soon as it is available, and not exceed the Expected Family Contribution (EFC) limit. You may apply earlier by providing financial income estimates.
  • Selection Criteria: volunteer project involvement and/or service to community-based organizations, motivation and desire to contribute to personal success through paid work experience, demonstrated leadership ability via participation in school and community activities, ability to succeed in college and ability to communicate clearly personal strengths and goals. Interviews are required for all finalists.
  • Deadline to apply: All applications must be submitted online by March 1, 5 PM. Other Ford Family Scholarship programs are also available. See Counseling or your high school's Career Center for more information.
  • About the Scholarship: Funded by the Ford Family Foundation, the program is administered by OSAC and students must apply online by the deadline. Kenneth W. Ford established the Ford Scholars Program to provide scholarships to students who would otherwise find the cost of college and pursuit of a bachelor's degree to be financially difficult. Each year, up to 100 students from Oregon are selected to receive a Ford Scholars scholarship and another 20 recipients are selected from Siskiyou County, California.


GP Club of Zonta Int'l Young Women in Public Affairs Award - Due Feb. 28

  • Zonta Club of Grants Pass awards one $2,000 scholarship to a deserving local applicant.
  • Who's Eligible: Women between the ages of 16-19 on April 1st each year, living in a Zonta district/region, or a citizen of a Zonta country are eligible to apply.
  • Award Criteria:  Active commitment to volunteerism, experience in local government, student government or workplace leadership (paid or unpaid), volunteer leadership achievements, knowledge of Zonta International and its programs and dedication to the advancement of the status of women.
  • Application: Download the 2018 Zonta of Grants Pass YWPA award application here shortly: http://www.zontagrantspass.org/
  • Application Process: Download, complete and submit application by local deadline date of February 28 Applications must be received at a Zonta Club by the printed deadline. Mail to: Zonta Club of Grants Pass, PO Box 1615, Grants Pass, OR 97528. 
  • One local winner will receive a $2,000 cash award and this application will be submitted to District to be considered for an additional $1,000 award. These district winners go on to be considered for ten International awards in the amount of $4,000.


Grange Coop Scholarship

  • Ten $1,000 scholarships from Grange Co-op and one $1,500 scholarship awarded annually from Rogue Co-ops in our area. This is a one-time gift.
  • Open to high school students who live in Josephine, Jackson, Klamath, Lake, Curry, Douglas, Coos, Siskiyou, Del Norte, Modoc or Humboldt counties. These are counties where Grange Coop stores are located.
  • GPA: Minimum GPA of 3.0 or higher
  • Selection Criteria : Participation in FFA, 4-H, Horticulture, DECA, FBLA, student body leadership, school sports or non-school related activities such as Work Experience.
  • Requirements: written essay on yearly scholarship topic, letter of recommendation from a current teacher, counselor, administrator or employer, copy of transcripts showing minimum GPA. Applicants may also submit a video introducing themselves and presenting their essay either on a DVD or via a link to You Tube.
  • Email: scholarship@grangecoop.com. Or, learn more at: www.grangecoop.com/scholarship-program/
  • Submit Grange Co-op online application by April deadline stated on the web site.


Grants Pass Elks Club Most Valuable Student - Due Nov. 15, 2018

  • Six local Grants Pass Lodge scholarships of $1,000, $750 and $500 will be awarded to one male and one female student who are in first, second or third place.
  • Male and female students compete separately at local, state and national judging levels for scholarships ranging from $1000 per year to $12,500 per year.
  • Any high school senior who is a citizen of the US is eligible to apply; permanent legal resident status does not qualify.
  • Most Valuable Student Scholarships are for students pursuing a four-year degree, on a full-time basis (minimum of 12 semester hours) in a US college or university.
  • Applicants are judged on scholarship, leadership and financial need and advance through local, district, and state competitions to reach national judging.
  • Apply on the Elks application and submit it online at:  http://www.elks.org/enf/scholars/ by the November 15, 2018 deadline. When you complete the application, you'll be assigned an ID number which serves as your confirmation of completion. Print out this form and keep it for our records. Completed applications are forwarded by National to the nearest Elks Lodge for competitive judging based on the applicant's zip code.
  • Local Scholarship winners are invited to a recognition lunch where they are awarded a certificate of award conditional upon the full time enrollment of the winner in an accredited US college or university.
  • The Grants Pass Elks Lodge-No. 1584 at 1301 NE 6th St., Grants Pass, OR 97526 applicants will be moving to temporary office space in mid-October, 2016.The phone number remains the same:  541-479-0001.


Josephine County 4-H Scholarship

  • Two $500 scholarships awarded annually to graduating seniors who are currently 4-H members in Josephine County - Other state 4-H specialty awards ranging from $500-$3,500 also given out.
  • Selection Criteria: Applicant must have been a 4-H member for at least two years prior to applying. Scholarships are for post-secondary education and may be used at any two or four-year college, university or technical school, or for a program approved by 4-H.
  • Application Process:  Students apply by developing a 4-H Resume from their 4-H records. An instructional class may be scheduled in December or January to assist resume development.
  • Contact for further information: Sue Hunt at 541-476-6613 susan.hunt@oregonstate.edu.
  • Deadline: Not yet known. Mail or drop off applications by the deadline to: 4-H Scholarship-Attn. Sue Hunt, 215 Ringuette St., Grants Pass, OR 97527.


Josephine County Young Farmers - Due April 1

  • Award: Two $750 awards
  • Eligibility: Open to graduating seniors planning a major in an agriculture related field and involved in 4-H and/or FFA. Applicants must participate in the Josephine County Jr. Livestock program.
  • Selection Criteria: Applicants must have participated in either 4-H or FFA. Selection preference given to applicants who participate in the Josephine County Jr. Livestock program or have shown animals at the fair.
  • Other instructions: Apply on the JCEF application. Fill it out completely. Don’t leave empty spaces.
  • Deadline: April 1, 2018.
  • Mail all applications to: Gregg & Wilma Hyde, 501 Panther Gulch Rd., Williams, OR 97544 by the 2017 deadline.
  • Redemption Process:  Contact Darlene Byrd at: 541-476-0410 or send a written request to Darlene Byrd, 2626 Redwood Ave., Grants Pass, Or 97527. Funds will be sent directly to the student or the school upon receipt of confirmed registration/enrollment evidenced by assignment of student ID number.


Krauss Family Endowed Scholarship at RCC

  • Award: $500
  • Eligibility: Graduating senior from IVHS attending RCC.
  • Application Process: IVHS seniors complete the RCC Foundation scholarship application and follow instructions to apply.
  • Selection Process: An RCC Foundation Scholarship Committee will review applications and select a worthy recipient.
  • Redemption Details: Recipients should contact the RCC Foundation to redeem their award or with questions on how the scholarship will be applied to their student account.


Master Brand Cabinets

  • National company scholarship open to dependent children of full-time employees who have been employed for one year prior to January 15 of the year in which the awards are made.
  • Applicants are graduating seniors with minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0-4.0.
  • Company’s application. Submit complete transcript, Three recommendations required from: high school principal or guidance counselor; second from a teacher of applicant’s choosing; and third: character reference from someone other than a relative.
  • Employee parent should inquire at GP Human Resources at business. Confirm deadline with business.


NALS of Oregon Scholarship - Due March 17

  • $1,000 scholarships open to students preparing for a legal support staff career-Number of awards and amounts awarded in any year depend upon the applications received.
  • 2017 Scholarship Applications will be posted on the web site by the last week of September, 2016 at http://www.nalsor.org/Scholarship%20Fund%20Inc/scholarship%20fund.htm. They must be received by March 17, 2019.
  • Selection Criteria: Eligibility, merit, financial need and ability.
  • For further information about the scholarship application or NALS of Oregon Scholarship Fund, Donna Browning at 541-430-4482 or email: nooscholarshipfund@gmail.com. Mailing address: NALS of Oregon Scholarship Fund, Inc., PO Box 8226, Portland, OR 97207.


Oregon Head Start Association - Frank Roberts Memorial Scholarship

  • $2,000 scholarship awarded by Oregon Head Start Association.
  • Selection Criteria: Applicant must have been a Head Start student and must identify when and where they were enrolled in Head Start.
  • How to Apply:  Access submission checklist and online application form (download, print and complete) at: www.ohsa.net.
  • Requirements: 1 page or less typed personal essay required on “the impact Head Start had on you and/or your family."  Also, write a 1 page or less typed, double-spaced essay on career, education and future goals. Include 3 letters of reference: 1 from teacher/counselor /administrator; 1 personal and 1 from a community member.
  • Deadline: The completed Application packet must be received at the association office by the deadline listed on the web site. Mail to: Oregon Head Start Association, 455 Bliler Ave. NE, Salem, OR 97301.
  • Redemption: Provide proof of enrollment in an institution of higher learning within five months of receiving the scholarship.
  • About the Scholarship: This scholarship was created in the memory of Frank Roberts, who served for over 25 years as a member of the State legislature. He is best remembered for establishing state funding for Oregon Head Start Pre-Kindergarten programs.


Oregon Hunters Assoc./Josephine-Due March 16, 2018

  • Two $1,000 scholarships open to local high school seniors who have an interest in hunting or whose families have a tradition of hunting activities.
  • Eligibility: Open to public high school, private and home schooled students in Josephine County. Applicants from Glendale High School and Rogue River High School are also encouraged to apply as those communities are considered to be served by OHA's Josephine County's chapter.
  • GPA: 3.0 or above;
  • Selection Criteria:  Meet GPA requirement; write a required essay about student’s hunting experiences or traditions or family’s hunting experiences or traditions plus include information on applicant, applicant's family and interests. Preference shown to applicants majoring in wildlife, forestry or natural resources.
  • Other Requirements: Include a transcript and one letter of recommendation with your application.
  • Application: Apply on the OHA's own application (PDF). Follow all listed instructions. Note: Your school's Counseling Department or Career Center should also have the updated Application/Entry materials.
  • Deadline: All applications must be postmarked by March 16, 2018 and mailed to: Oregon Hunters Association-Josephine County Chapter, PO Box 1323, Grants Pass, OR 97528.
  • Redemption: Contact Cliff Peery, Josephine County chapter president at peery@charter.net or Makenzie Elmore at 541-660-5861 to request your scholarship.


Oregon Nurseries Foundation Scholarship - Due March 1

  • Sixteen different awards from $500-$1,500 sponsored by individuals and Oregon Association of Nurseries chapters.
  • Open to graduating high school seniors and current college students.
  • Selection Criteria: Majors in botany, horticulture or a career in ornamental horticulture.
  • Application: Go to: http://www.oan.org/?89 to download the scholarship application and see other requirements.
  • Deadline: Apply by March 1 deadline.


OSEA - Guy Davis Scholarship - Due March 1

  • The Guy Davis Scholarship for graduating seniors awards $1,250 to each recipient in the seven Oregon School Employee Association (OSEA) state-wide zones.
  • Eligibility: Applicants must have a relative who is an OSEA member and have a minimum high school cumulative GPA of 3.0 including all subjects taken through the first semester of 12th grade.
  • How to Apply: Access the official online application at http://osea.org/scholarships-awards/scholarships/. Deadline to apply: March 1.
  • Contact  OSEA's State of Oregon main office at 800-252-6732 for additional information.


Rogue Community College Foundation - Other Scholarships

  • The RCC Foundation administers over 180 different scholarships open to students who plan to attend Rogue Community College.
  • Selection Criteria: Many are are given to students in particular majors or programs. Others are merit or need based, or funded by donors who wish to recognize a specific category of student (non-traditional student, single parent, first generation college student, returning veteran, etc.)
  • Application Process: To be considered for these additional scholarships and see if you might qualify for additional financial assistance, complete the main RCC Foundation scholarship application posted at: www.rccfoundation.org.
  • Easy On-line Application: Completing the one application ensures that you will be considered for over 180 individual scholarships available through the RCC Foundation.
  • Application Period: The scholarship application period opens in late December and closes in early March. Speak with scholarship staff at your school for more information or consult the RCC Foundation web site for specific details.


Rogue Credit Union - Harry Wright Scholarship

  • A one-time gift of $1,500 open to a Jackson County graduating senior with a 2.75 or better GPA, planning to attend a state or private accredited institute of higher education in Oregon and pursuing a degree in education, mathematics or science.
  • Criteria: academics, school involvement, and community involvement.
  • Applications:  Accepted online January 1 through March 31 and announced on June 15. Click here: https://www.roguecu.org/community/scholarships. Select the scholarship that you are applying for from the dropdown menu on the page. Hit enter and you should be brought to that particular scholarship Application form. Follow directions to complete the form.  NOTE: You cannot save your progress when filling out the application.
  • Other Requirements: Include a minimum of 2 letters of recommendation and a print out of, or an electronic copy of your academic records when submitting this application. Transcripts may be submitted as PDF attachments or uploaded to a secure site. Contact:  mkt@roguefcu.org for details.
  • Selection Process: A committee of staff and Rogue Credit Union Board Members chooses recipients. The scholarship presentations will be made in May.
  • Redemption: Funds will be paid to the high school, high school foundation, or college/university of choice and credited in the Recipient's name. Scholarships will be forfeited if the recipient fails to enroll in school within 6 months of receipt.
  • Established to recognize Harry Wright for 31 years of dedicated service to the Rogue Credit Union Board of Directors.


Rogue Credit Union - Josephine County Scholarship

  • One-time scholarship of $1,500 open to graduating high school seniors in Josephine County seeking to advance their career with a degree.
  • Selection Criteria:  academics, school involvement and community involvement. 3.0 or better GPA, planning to attend a state or private accredited institution of higher education in the USA.
  • Applications:  Accepted online January 1 through March 31 and announced on June 15. Click here: https://www.roguecu.org/community/scholarships. Select the scholarship that you are applying for from the dropdown menu on the page. Hit enter and you should be brought to that particular scholarship Application form. Follow directions to complete the form.  NOTE: You cannot save your progress when filling out the application.
  • Other Requirements: Include a minimum of 2 letters of recommendation and a print out of, or an electronic copy of your academic records when submitting this application. Transcripts may be submitted as PDF attachments or uploaded to a secure site. Contact:  mkt@roguefcu.org for details.
  • Selection Process: A committee of staff and Rogue Credit Union Board Members chooses recipients. Scholarship presentations will be made in May.
  • Redemption: Funds will be paid to the high school, high school foundation, or college/university of choice and credited in the Recipient's name. Scholarships will be forfeited if the recipient fails to enroll in school within 6 months of receipt.


Rogue Credit Union - Vern and Marti Arnold scholarship

  • A one-time gift of $1,500 open to a Jackson county graduating senior with a 3.0 or better GPA, planning to attend a state or private accredited institute of higher education in the US.
  • Criteria: academics, school involvement and community involvement.
  • Applications:  Accepted online January 1 through March 31 and announced on June 15. Click here: https://www.roguecu.org/community/scholarships. Select the scholarship that you are applying for from the dropdown menu on the page. Hit enter and you should be brought to that particular scholarship Application form. Follow directions to complete the form.  NOTE: You cannot save your progress when filling out the application.
  • Other Requirements: Include a minimum of 2 letters of recommendation and a print out of, or an electronic copy of your academic records when submitting this application. Transcripts may be submitted as PDF attachments or uploaded to a secure site. Contact: mkt@roguefcu.org for details.
  • Selection Process: A committee of staff and Rogue Credit Union Board Members chooses recipients. The scholarship presentations will be made in May.
  • Redemption: Funds will be paid to the high school, high school foundation, or college/university of choice and credited in the Recipient's name. Scholarships will be forfeited if the recipient fails to enroll in school within 6 months of receipt
  • Established to recognize past President/CEO, Vern Arnold and his wife, Marti, for their many years of dedicated service.


Rogue Credit Union - Vern Voss Memorial Scholarship

  • One time scholarship of $1,500 award open to Jackson, Josephine, Coos, Curry or Klamath county graduating seniors with a 2.5 or better GPA, planning to pursue a vocational degree in Oregon.
  • Selection Criteria: Academics, school involvement, and community involvement are considered in selection.
  • Selection Process: A committee of staff and Rogue Credit Union Board Members chooses recipients.
  • Other Requirements: Include a minimum of 2 letters of Recommendation and a printout (or electronic copy) of your academic record when submitting this application. Transcripts may be submitted as PDF attachments or uploaded to a secure site. Email: mkt@roguefcu.org for details.
  • Application:  Accepted online January 1 through March 31 and announced by June 15. Click here: https://www.roguecu.org/community/scholarships. Select the scholarship that you are applying for from the drop down menu on the page. Hit enter and you should be brought to that particular scholarship form.  Note: You cannot save your progress when filling out the form.
  • Redemption: Funds will be paid directly to the high school, high school foundation, or college/university of choice and credited in the Recipient's name. Scholarships will be forfeited if Recipient fails to enroll in school within 6 months of receipt.
  • About the Scholarship: Established to recognize past volunteer, Vern Voss for his many years of dedicated service to Rogue Credit Union.


Rogue Valley Kennel Club Scholarship - Due Feb. 15

  • $1,000 award to a graduating senior who is a resident of Oregon and the area serviced by Rogue Valley Kennel Club (primarily Josephine and Jackson counties.)
  • GPA: Class ranking and GPA will not be a major criteria but academic standing may be considered.
  • Selection Criteria: No specific academic or financial need requirements. Participation in dog-related activities and/or planning a career in the veterinary sciences area is highly desirable.
  • Other Requirements: See Counseling or Scholarship staff at your high school for separate form which must be completed and included with the application materials. Applicants must also include one to three page essay explaining how dog-related activities have influenced your life. Also include these other items: two recommendation letters, academic transcript, and activity report.
  • Selection Process: All applications are reviewed by a 5-member Rogue Valley Kennel Club Scholarship Committee and based upon their recommendations, a scholarship will be awarded. In the event of several outstanding applicants, more than one award may be given.
  • Application Deadline: Must be received no later than February 15 of each year. Postmarks by Feb. 15 makes your application late and won't be considered - mail early to ensure arrival before or by Feb. 15!
  • Make sure that you provide all information listed. Send everything in a single envelope. Mail toRogue Valley Kennel Club Scholarship Committee, PO Box 2018, Grants Pass, OR 97528. Questions? Contact Sybil Longinotti: sybillouise@centurylink.net.


Wixson Family Scholarship - Due April 10th 3:30 PM

  • Open to applicants enrolled at a high school in Days Creek, Glendale, Riddle, South Umpqua or Canyonville Christian Academy at the beginning of their senior year.
  • Use: Scholarship recipients must plan to attend a college, university or vocational/trade school located in the state of Oregon.
  • Selection Criteria: Based on ambition, thrift and need. Students should be serious about pursuing post-secondary education in any academic, vocational or technical field or course of study.
  • Amount: Variable amount.
  • Application process: Apply with the Wixson Application (PDF):  Complete all fields. Any area left blank will receive a 0 for that section. Scholarship application must be signed or your application will be considered incomplete. Attach your transcript and two letters of recommendation. There should be no other attachments. Deliver the completed application to South Umpqua High School before April 10 at 3:30 PM.
  • Deadline: Print out the completed Wixson Family Application. Include all items requested, sign and date. Deliver completed applications to South Umpqua High School, Attn. Deanna Faulkner-Registrar no later than April 10th, 2018 at 3:30 PM.  Due to the distance involved, it is suggested that Glendale High School applicants turn in Applications by Thursday, April 6 to ensure timely delivery & receipt. Check with Rebecca Clark  in College Dreams and Luke Gregg at GHS ahead of time to make delivery arrangements if you apply. Douglas County shuttle mail between schools cannot be guaranteed to meet this deadline.
  • About the Scholarship: Supported by the Umpqua Youth Foundation. The Umpqua Youth Trust Foundation also asks that recipients return one-half of this scholarship grant after you have completed your education and are gainfully employed. This should be done in a way that is convenient for you at that time. This is considered a donation and is tax deductible. This will enable others to benefit from the Wixson Family Scholarship program.