College is expensive and finding financial assistance can be difficult and confusing. We strive to support our students in all aspects of their time at Lewis & Clark and created this page to provide some guidance on where to look for scholarships. Take a look below at some of the scholarships we have found that are targeted towards students from diverse backgrounds as well as some great resources for your own research.
We update this list as we find more unique scholarships so keep an eye out for more opportunities here!
Pride Foundation’s scholarship program is guided by Brian M. Day’s legacy, with an emphasis on providing essential financial resources and community support to LGBTQ students across the Northwest—particularly those who are vulnerable and continue to be marginalized.
OSAC administers over 600 scholarships for students from the state of Oregon and those attending colleges in Oregon.
After completing a personal information form you will be matched with scholarship opportunities and can apply for as many as you’d like. Scholarship applications for the following year typically open at the beginning of every November.
JLV College Counseling
A free personal college counselor and scholarship guru who understands that access to this information is a priority for all students! Check out her scholarship pages that you can tailor to your needs.
Information on scholarships for: LQBTQ+ students, military personnel and veterans, students of color, religious scholarships, international students, parents, non-traditionally aged students, disability and health scholarships, study abroad, and so much more.
Lewis & Clark Scholarships
- H. Adunni Warren Scholarship For African-American women who demonstrate financial need