This scholarship program supports LGBTQ students who show leadership potential within the LGBTQ community or within their field of study, who lack a broader LGBTQ community support system, face additional barriers to educational access, and demonstrate significant financial need.
- Be self-identified as LGBTQ, or be a strong ally of the LGBTQ community
- Be a resident of Alaska, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, or Washington (applicants are considered a resident for this purpose if they currently live within the state and have done so for at least three months prior to application deadline)
- Be pursuing post-secondary education
For more information and to apply, please visit the website below:
Application Location: https://pridefoundation.org/find-funding/scholarships/
Non-Traditional Student Scholarship
Western Washington University is offering a scholarship program for non-traditional students. This scholarship is funded through the WWU tuition waiver program. This scholarship will be awarded for fall and spring quarters of 2020.
The Non-Traditional Scholarship (in combination with other tuition waivers) cannot exceed the cost of tuition on a quarterly basis. This tuition waiver can only be applied to state-supported programs. It cannot be applied to Outreach & Continuing Education coursework, including, but not limited to, online, self-paced, TESOL, RN to BSN, recreation courses, and study-abroad, including faculty-led programs.
- Be a Washington State resident
- Demonstrate financial need as defined by the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) or the Washington Application for State Financial Aid (WASFA)
- Be enrolled fall quarter 2019 at Western as a matriculated student and attending at least half-time (6 credits)
- Have a minimum GPA of 2.5
- In addition, students must meet one or more of the of the following non-traditional student criteria: Delayed College Enrollment, Dislocated Worker, Displaced Homemaker, Foster Youth, Students who are Undocumented, DACA eligible, or have HB 1079 Status, Students with Dependents, and/or Students with Disabilities