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Oregon State University Permaculture Program Scholarship Application Form
The Permaculture Program provides numerous scholarships each year to all of our courses to the ability that we are able. We preference full scholarships to students who live in countries where the economy makes it very difficult to pay US prices. We also preference scholarship recipients from disadvantaged communities.
Please fill out this form completely and submit it to be considered for a scholarship. Thank you!
We will contact all applicants with a decision three weeks prior to the start of the upcoming course. After that, all applications will be reviewed for the following term.
When applying for a scholarship, we prefer that the student waits to register until they receive scholarship confirmation – that eliminates the need to issue a refund.
That said, if enrollment is nearing capacity, you may want to register early to reserve a spot. Creating and saving a registration (but not completing it with payment) does not save a space in the class and they have been filling up.
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Country of residence
Why do you feel like you qualify for this scholarship?
How will you use this course to contribute to your community?
Do you have a high-speed internet connection (cable, DSL or similar) with a minimum of 512kbps?
Do you have the ability to use one of the following web browsers?: Chrome 87 or newer, Firefox 84 or newer, Safari 13 of newer, or Edge 87 or newer?
Do you have the ability to use one of the following operating systems?: PC: Windows 8.1 or newer (recommended) Mac: OSX 10.6 or newer (recommended) Linux: chromeOS Mobile: iOS 12.0 or newer , Android 5.0 or newer
Do you have experience taking online courses, using web browsers and google documents? Do you consider yourself to have basic computer literacy? Please explain.
How much money are you able to pay?
Are you fluent in another language besides English and would you be willing to do translations in trade for some tuition reduction?
Do you have any other relevant web-based skills that you can offer in trade?
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