School of Architecture & Environment Scholarships and Funding
There are various opportunities for financial support available to students in the School of Architecture & Environment
To help graduate students in the studio disciplines plan for the costs of their master's or doctoral programs, the College of Design provides a tuition guarantee. Resident and nonresident graduate students majoring in architecture, interior architecture, landscape architecture, historic preservation, and art are eligible for the guarantee.
The tuition rates guaranteed for each student are based on the tuition rates for fall term of the student's first full year in a qualifying program and the summer thereafter. As long as the student continues to make satisfactory progress toward on-time graduation, the student will not be expected to pay tuition higher than the student's guaranteed rates.
College of Design Scholarships
Scholarships in the College of Design are open for application by students who are enrolled majors within any of our disciplines. A select number of scholarships within certain disciplines are available for application by students who are applying for admission to a Design program.
The more than 110 scholarships in our college have been made possible by donations from private parties, both individuals and business organizations. Many are provided by alumni who have been moved to give back, and who want to be part of helping to support students today as they earn their own degrees.
Contact Student Services at email@example.com or stop by 105 Lawrence Hall in Eugene to find out what scholarships are currently available.
University of Oregon Scholarships
A number of scholarships are available for international students who are enrolled at the UO. Visit International Student and Scholar Services for more information.
Native American Tribe Members
The UO Graduate School's Future Stewards Program provides up to two years (six regular terms in fall, winter, spring) of tuition support for new or continuing graduate students in masters or doctoral programs. Candidates must be enrolled members of a federally recognized tribe of Oregon or a Native American tribe that had traditional and customary tribal boundaries in parts of the state of Oregon or that ceded or reserved lands within the state of Oregon.
Find additional information about funding opportunities at Financial Aid and Scholarships.
Learn more about scholarships offered outside of the UO. We encourage you to apply for any scholarship you are eligible for because even small amounts can add up to make a big difference.