Thank you for your interest in applying for Carpe Mundi. We are now accepting application for the 2018-2019 cohorts. For more information, please call our office: 503-610-2723.
If you don't want to do the online application, you can download and print a PDF copy. Once you fill it out you can drop it off at our office, mail it in, or scan and email a PDF.
Drop off or mail in location: Carpe Mundi 1529 N. Killingsworth St. Portland, OR 97217
Scan and email: firstname.lastname@example.org
When is the application deadline?
Applications for Carpe Mundi scholarships are accepted on a rolling basis – meaning that they are reviewed as they are received and award decisions are then made. Once we receive your full application, Carpe Mundi will give you a call, followed by an in-person interview. The sooner you apply the better your chances of being accepted!
As of April 20th, 2017, new applicants will be put on a waitlist. However, we often have many students move from the waitlist onto our programs, so still apply if you are interested. The sooner the better!
Who is eligible for the Carpe Mundi scholarship programs?
To be eligible for both programs, students must demonstrate the following:
✓ Residence in the Portland Metro area
✓ High school diploma or GED by the time the program begins
✓ A student of Portland Community College, Mount Hood Community College, Clark Community College, Clackamas Community College or PSU as of Fall 2017
✓ Eligible for entrance into Portland State University (ask us if you are uncertain)
✓ Preference given to students that can obtain an United States passport (though not required)
To be eligible for Carpe College, students must demonstrate the following:
✓ First generation college student (no more than one immediate family member can have a college degree)
✓ Eligibility for the Pell Grant and the Oregon Opportunity Grant - applied for through FAFSA (the Federal Application for Federal Student Aid)
To be eligible for PDXchange, students must demonstrate the following:
✓ Eligibility for the Oregon Opportunity Grant - applied for through OSAC (Oregon Office of Student Access and Completion)