More Scholarship Resources

More Scholarship Resources

More scholarship programs are available through the following sources:

The Oregon Community Foundation (OCF) OCF scholarships offered through the Office of Student Access and Completion (OSAC) The following OSAC scholarships are geared towards first generation immigrant students: Allcott/Hunt Share it Now II (Code #473) William E Keene Memorial (Code #674) Mirabella Employee - Yes Project (Code #672) William and Florence Schneider (Code #619) Note: Students can filter through the OSAC catalogue and remove the FAFSA requirement in the search. The results for each scholarship will specifically state whether U.S. citizenship is required or not.

The VIDA program allows eligible participants to save up to $3000 and receive up to $9000 in matching grant funds that can be used towards tuition, fees, and school supplies. For more information go to or email us at

MCSP is a matched savings account (also known as an individual development account, or IDA) for current and future students to pursue post-secondary education. The MCSP program is currently available to residents of Oregon and Washington to attend participating educational institutions.

Based on its sister program VIDA, a collaborative of agencies offering access to individual development accounts to their constituents, the MCSP College Initiative partners directly with post-secondary educational institutions instead of with non-profit agencies and housing authorities, as in a traditional individual development account partnership. CASA of Oregon serves as the administrator and fiduciary organization of both the MCSP College Initiative and the VIDA Collaborative.