Upon application, candidates may be considered for scholarships. Scholarships may be based on academic, professional, and or need-based collected from the Office of Student Financial Aid and Scholarships. Financial aid comes from a variety of sources, including the Lundquist College of Business, federal government, and public and private sources, and can come in the form of scholarships, loans, federal work-study and university fellowships.
Scholarships are merit-based and look at GMAT, GPA, and work experience.
Students must be fully admitted to the Sports Product Management program and decisions are made at the time of admission.
No application is needed. Decisions are made based on the application of admission, at the time of admission.
All scholarships are awarded by the admissions office at the Lundquist College of Business.
Scholarship amounts vary and will be communicated at the time of admission.
Federal Loans and Work Study
Federal loans and work studies are based on need.
Only first- and second-year domestic and permanent resident students are eligible.
Yes, through FAFSA—apply on the FAFSA website.
UO Office of Financial Aid
A maximum amount of $20,500 can be awarded. Work study amounts vary.
Private Lender Loans
Contact Sallie Mae for a private loan if you are:
- an international applicant with a U.S. citizen or resident cosigner
- a domestic applicant who has exhausted the maximum eligibility for federal loans
International Student Scholarships
Both need- and merit-based scholarships specifically for non-U.S. students are available through the UO Office of International Affairs.