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November is National Scholarship Month!

Help us celebrate National Scholarship Month by joining the Scholarship Scavenger Hunt – and enter to win $500!

SCAVENGER HUNT
Take a (short) break from studying and join the Scholar-Ship Scavenger Hunt! We have placed "Scholar-Ships" in more than 30 student services offices and academic departments around campus that award or can assist with applying for scholarships. Watch our social media (Facebook and Instagram) all month long for location hints by following us at @wwuscholarshipcenter.

Print out a Scholar-Ship Card on our website or pick one up in the Scholarship Center. Visit the campus offices and departments that have Scholar-Ships on display in order to find out more about the scholarship opportunities or support that they provide. Get your card stamped or write down the location and number of the Scholar-Ship at 5 different offices or departments. Once you've found at least 5 Scholar-Ships you can turn in your card to the Scholarship Center to be entered into a drawing for a $500 scholarship for winter quarter!

Official Rules:

  • Only one entry per student.
  • Eligible entries must come from WWU students who are enrolled fall quarter.
  • Get your card stamped and/or enter the number and location of at least 5 Scholar-Ships and submit your Scholar-Ship card to the WWU Scholarship Center by 4pm on December 2nd to be entered to win a $500 scholarship.
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Featured Scholarships

Pride Foundation
Multiple Scholarships

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.

Eligibility Requirements:

  • 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:

Deadline: 01/10/2020

Amount: Varies

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.

Qualifications:

  • 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

Deadline: 12/02/2019

Application Location: http://www.finaid.wwu.edu/scholarships/media/applications/2019-2020_Non-Traditional_Application.pdf

Financial Aid - Your Opportunity Pathway: The State of Washington provides significant financial resources to students seeking higher education. Click on the Washington Opportunity Pathways logo for details.