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Oregon Barbers and Hairdressers Grant Program

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February 01, 2021

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  • Scholarship Description
  • To qualify for the Oregon Barber and Hairdresser Grant Program, you must be a resident of Oregon who is attending or will attend a licensed school of barbering, hair design, cosmetology or manicure in Oregon that participates in Federal Title IV financial aid programs. You must enroll full-time in a program which is at least nine months long or 900 clock hours. You must fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) form. Be sure to list the barber or beauty school you plan to attend on the FAFSA. You are not eligible for the B&H Grant if: you are in prison; you will be concurrently enrolled in high school and the beauty or barbering program; or, you are in default on any Title IV funds, including Stafford Loans (formerly called Guaranteed Student Loans). For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
  • Contact
  • Scholarship Committee
  • 1500 Valley River Dr.
  • Suite 100
  • Eugene, OR 97401
  • PublicPrograms@hecc.oregon.gov
  • 541-687-7400

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Carrie S  on 11/1/2012 11:31:27 AM

Sounds like an amazing oppertunity!

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