The Oregon Savings Network administers the Oregon College Savings Plan, Oregon ABLE Savings Plan and MFS 529 Savings Plan. It is part of the Oregon State Treasury.

Press releases

Jan. 30, 2018

Oregon College Savings Plan embarking on new era to make saving for college easier for all Oregonians

“After a record-setting year, the Oregon College Savings Plan is building on its successes to make sure that all Oregonians are empowered to save for their higher education goals. Oregon families can look forward to an array of changes in 2018 that will make it even easier and cheaper to save.”

Dec. 28, 2017

Oregon College Savings Plan giving babies $25

“New and expecting parents have another reason to celebrate this New Year’s Day: Their babies can get a jump start on saving for college through the Oregon College Savings Plan’s $25 Baby Grad incentive program.”

Dec. 6, 2017

More than 1,000 people with disabilities save $3.4M one year after ABLE launch

“Only one year after finally being able to save money without jeopardizing their benefits, more than 1,000 people with disabilities have saved $3.4 million through Oregon’s ABLE savings plans.”

Aug. 14, 2017

Elementary students can score free school supplies through new statewide community awareness program

“Every elementary school can order free school supplies as the Oregon College Savings Plan’s successful school-based outreach program goes statewide to share the benefits of saving for college early on with young families.”

June 28, 2017

New Prepaid Card Provides Instant Access to ABLE Funds

“With the new prepaid card, people with disabilities will be able to use the money they saved in an Oregon ABLE Savings Plan account at any checkout counter or website that accepts Mastercard.”

May 23, 2017

Oregon College Savings Plan Announces Statewide Initiative to Help Young Families Save for College

“Following the success of the school-based outreach pilot program Be College Ready, State Treasurer Tobias Read announced that the Oregon College Savings Plan is expanding the program so that every elementary-aged student in Oregon and their families can participate in the program for the 2017-2018 school year.”

March 17, 2017

More than $1 million saved in Oregon’s ABLE savings plans

“More than 400 people saved a total of $1.02 million since Oregon’s ABLE savings plans launched last December. ABLE allows people with disabilities and their families to achieve financial security without losing critical benefits.”

Nov. 18, 2016

Oregon one of first states in nation to offer financial empowerment to people with disabilities

“Oregonians with disabilities will be able to save money without fear of losing their vital state and federal benefits starting Dec. 6. The Oregon ABLE Savings Plan is a financial empowerment tool that will allow individuals with disabilities and their families to save money for disability related expenses. Using an ABLE account, they can save for their daily needs or invest money for tomorrow.”

July 25, 2016

Oregon ABLE Savings Plan announces December launch, names program manager

“After selecting BNY Mellon as the program manager for the Oregon ABLE Savings Plan, the Oregon 529 Savings Board announced Monday that the program will launch by the end of 2016.”


A list of outreach events, past and present, for all plans.


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