2024 Oregon Music Hall of Fame College Scholarship Applications

2024 Oregon Music Hall of Fame
College Scholarship Applications

OMHOF is pleased to announce that applications for our college scholarship program are available again with a deadline of March 20, 2024. Each applicant should be studying music and graduating spring 2024 from an Oregon High School and continuing to college in the fall of 2024 with a major or minor in music. We strive to inspire the continuing higher musical education by offering assistance with college expenses, so that these music students may aspire to a higher level of performance and success in their field of interest. Thanks to the generous contributions of EPB&B (10th year in a row), our scholarships rose from $1000 each to $2500 each (6 total) for 2023, including a special winner who will major in music education!  In addition Oregon Music Hall of Fame is pleased to announce a new scholarship program, Gloria Johnson Scholarship for women studying Broadcasting, Teaching, Performance, Music Industry degrees. This $2500 yearly scholarship program is open to all women attending Oregon colleges and universities seeking a degree in these fields.

2023 Recipients include: 

Erin Shogren (Euphonium, Trombone, French Horn, & Piano), Westview HS?attending OSU.

Maya Hausman (Flute/Piccolo, and Clarinet), Cleveland HS Portland attending Stanford.

Samuel Banton (Saxophone), McNary HS, Keizer attending University of Oregon.

Matthew Chan (Viola), Oregon Episcopal HS attending Stanford

Daniel Huang (Viola)?South Eugene HS, Eugene, to University of Oregon.

Aiden Wilson (Euphonium, teaching scholarship) McNary HS, Keizer, attending OSU.

Lucy Ferguson?(Voice, Women In Music) Cleveland HS, Portland, attending University of Puget Sound.

Additional scholarship partners include Teevin BrothersWillamette WeekFive Star GuitarYouth Music ProjectOregon Music NewsKNRK/94.7 FM, Cedar House PrintingTaft Van StricklinHoller Fund (David and Kathy Brooks), Gloria Johnson Scholarship (Bill Johnson) and Friends of Dave Busacker.

Any questions may be emailed to: info@omhof.org

An application form is available here: https://www.omhof.org/wp-content/uploads/2024/01/OMHOF-Scholarship-Form-2024-fillable-1.pdf


Women in Music Scholarshiphttps://www.omhof.org/music-education-scholarships/


All items must be mailed together, in order to qualifyAll applications are fillable online, but must be printed, signed, and mailed (no digital copies accepted).

Oregon Music Hall of Fame

PO Box 82173,

 Portland, OR 97282

Here’s to creating the music of tomorrow through focused musical studies today,

J.M. Rundle

Janeen Rundle

Oregon Music Hall of Fame

Co-Founder & Director of Music Education

Oregon Music Hall of Fame Organizational Mission Statement:

The Oregon Music Hall of Fame (OMHOF) is a non-profit organization that was created to help preserve Oregon’s unique musical heritage. Our focus is to recognize and promote the legacy of exceptional Oregon musicians of the past, promote promising new Oregon musicians of today and to enrich Oregon Music Education programs in order to train our musicians of tomorrow.