Outside & Community Agency Scholarships

If you receive a scholarship from an outside or community agency (any agency other than the UCC Foundation) please complete this form and turn it into the Scholarship Office in the Technology Center Building, Room 107 as soon as possible!

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Scholarship Opportunities

Each of the scholarships listed must be applied for individually. Follow the specific directions for each scholarship and note that the deadlines for each varies. This listing is updated weekly, but does not reflect all available scholarships. Please review each scholarship carefully, and be aware of the potential for scholarship scams. Please see our Scholarships page for more information

Laurel Lodge #13 Masonic Lodge   - Rausch Scholarship New!

Amount: $500

Deadline: June 15, 2017

What are the requirements?

       1.  Douglas County Resident

How do I apply?

       1.  Complete application below and submit to Laurel Lodge #13.

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Laurel Lodge #13 Masonic Lodge -Manfred L Rathbun Memorial Scholarship New!

Amount: Varies by level

Deadline: June 15

What are the requirements?

Level 1 - $3,100  Qualified applicant must be enrolled in technical training.  It may or may not be used to obtain an Associates Degree.  It can be used for continued education of an adult of any age provided that the education or training is in pursuit of a job, not general educational schooling

Level II - $4,600  Qualified applicant shall be pursuing a bachelors degree.  It is for students seriously intent upon the completion of a stated field of study.

Level III - $6,000 Qualified applicant shall be pursuing their graduate degree.  It is for students who have already obtained a bachelor degree.  It is hoped that this scholarship will allow a student to obtain an advanced degree in a stated field of study that will benefit them in contributing to society in a profession that requires such an education

    How do I apply?

           1.  Complete application below and submit to Laurel Lodge #13.

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    Vietnam Veterans of America
    Umpqua Valley Chapter 805 Scholarship  - New!

    Amount: $500

    Deadline: Ongoing

    What are the requirements?

    1. Applicant must be a Veteran. Honorably discharged, current active duty or inactive reservist.
    2. Student must have a minimum GPA of 2.5
    3. Total family income must be under $50,000 annually
    4. Must be a student of Umpqua Community College

    How do I apply?

           1.  Complete application below and submit to Vietnam Veterans of America Ump. Valley Chapter 805 .

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    Southern Oregon Viticulture & Enology Scholarship - New!

    Amount: Up to $2000

    Deadline: Continuous

    The Southern Oregon   Viticulture and Enology Scholarship is an Employer Match scholarship is   available for employees, including owners, of Oregon Vineyards/Wineries/Tasting   Rooms. The ERATH Family Foundation (EFF) established this scholarship to   increase the number of personnel in Southern Oregon leadership roles who have   a fundamental education in V&E.
    Through a generous donation   by the EFF, vineyards and wineries can support and encourage their employees   to attend the Southern Oregon Wine Institute at Umpqua Community College by   matching up to $2,000 per academic year per student/employee, for a total of   up to $4,000 per academic year per student/employee.

    How do I apply?

           1.  Complete application below and submit to Southern Oregon Wine Institute.

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    Contact

    Honey McNamara - Contact
    Scholarship & Donor Relations Coordinator
    Phone: 541-440-7674

    It is the policy of Umpqua Community College and their Board, that there will be no discrimination or harassment on the grounds of sex, race, color, marital status, sexual orientation, religion, national origin, age or disability in any educational programs, activities or employment.