The Office of Financial Aid maintains a listing of scholarship offerings from sources outside of Linfield College.
Meet Gerardo Ochoa and learn how to apply successfully for scholarships through the Path to Scholarships® workshops.
The next workshop will be Saturday, February 22, 2014.
"The scholarship workshop was very helpful in teaching me what to write and how to write it. I found it to be very helpful in applying for scholarships." Sandra
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Find out more about what to expect at the scholarship webinar.
Alumni and friends of Linfield College's Adult Degree Program have generously donated funds to establish scholarships specifically for students in the program. Awards are based on academic merit and financial need and do not require repayment.
Four Adult Degree Program Scholarships are available. You may download the scholarship application form here.
The fund was created in 1994 and continues to grow with gifts from ADP graduates. Proceeds are awarded annually to a student with demonstrated financial need. Recipients may receive the award only once and must meet the scholarship’s minimum GPA and enrollment criteria for eligibility.
Established in 2004 by Linfield’s former President, Dr. Vivian A. Bull, and her husband, Dr. Robert J. Bull, this scholarship was created to enhance the financial support available to students in the Adult Degree Program and Linfield College. Partial or full scholarships may be awarded to students who are degree candidates in the Adult Degree Program; have completed a minimum of 12 semester credits in the program; and have maintained a Linfield GPA of at least 3.00.
Established in 1998 by the Gormley family, this fund provides scholarship assistance to worthy and deserving students with financial need who are enrolled in the Adult Degree Program.
An endowed scholarship established in memory of Arthur Lind, a lifelong learner, it is awarded annually to a minority student showing financial need. Recipients are to be earning a degree through the Adult Degree Program, with preference given to seniors.
If a student is already receiving financial aid, the award will be made in the context of the whole financial aid package. The overall award cannot surpass need, but most financial aid recipients have need that is not met by other forms of financial aid. Students may receive one of the scholarships only one time.
In order to be eligible, students must have:
Mail all application materials to:
Division of Continuing Education
900 SE Baker Street
McMinnville, OR 97128