Federal Student Aid, a part of the U.S. Department of Education, is the largest provider of student financial aid in the nation. At the office of Federal Student Aid, our 1,200 employees help make a college education possible for every dedicated mind by providing more than $150 billion in federal grants, loans, and work-study funds each year to more than 13 million students paying for college or career school.
FAFSA is proud to sponsor millions of American minds pursuing their educational dreams.
Oregon Office of Student Access and Completion (OSAC)
Established in 1959 by the Oregon Legislature, Oregon Office of Student Access and Completion (OSAC) continues to provide innovative programs to thousands of Oregon students and families to ensure access to postsecondary education. Each year, OSAC awards grants and scholarships of more than $118 million to thousands of Oregon students in their quest to achieve a college education.
As the third largest community college in Oregon with campus locations in Eugene, Cottage Grove and Florence, we’re known for our innovative programs, high-quality instruction, and commitment to sustainability. The goal of Lane Community College is to help students achieve their dreams and transform lives through learning. The faculty and staff are dedicated to helping students succeed. Lane partners with businesses in the community to help shape the current and future workforce.
Linn-Benton Community College was established in 1966 as a two-year public college and offered its first classes in the fall of 1967. LBCC is accredited by the Accrediting Commission of the Northwest Association of Colleges and Universities. Courses are approved by the Oregon State Board of Education. LBCC has multiple locations in Albany, Corvallis, Lebanon, and Sweet Home.
Oregon State is a leading public research university located in Corvallis, one of the safest, smartest, and greenest small cities in the nation. Founded in 1868, OSU is the state’s Land Grant university and is 1 of only 2 universities in the U.S. to have the Sea Grant, Space Grant, and Sun Grant.
Throw sepia tones on an October morning in 1876. That’s when 155 students showed up for the first day of classes at the University of Oregon. They filed into a looming, four-story building in the middle of a muddy clearing, with workmen inside still hammering away on the upper floors, and cattle lowing in the pasture outside. From these rustic origins grew one of the nation’s top research institutions. Today, UO’s campus is vibrant and green, and their future has never been brighter.