The Oregon Promise
What is the Oregon Promise?
As of July 2017, students may be subject to eligibility requirements based on their Expected Family Contribution (EFC). EFC eligibility criteria are subject to change based on available funding. Visit the OregonPromise.org for the most up-to-date information.
Since this video was released, eligibility criteria has changed. As of July 2017, students may be subject to eligibility requirements based on their Expected Family Contribution (EFC). EFC eligibility criteria are subject to change based on available funding. Visit the website for the most up-to-date information.
How to use and keep the Oregon Promise award:
This webinar is for current Oregon Promise recipients and the school staff that work with them. We explain how to remain eligible for the grant, how to renew the grant, how awards are calculated, and other key information.
What does the Oregon promise 90 credit limit mean?
This is a limit on the total number of college credits you have attempted. Once you have attempted a total of 90 college credits, you are no longer eligible for Oregon Promise. All of the following types of credits count toward the 90 credit limit: College credits you take while in high school or as part of a high school completion program. College credits you take during summer term ( Oregon Promise does not pay for summer term). College credits you take at another college or university while dual-enrolled at a community college. College credits for courses you withdraw from or fail. Any other college credits you attempt or complete prior to and during your time as an Oregon Promise recipient.