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Passport to Scholarship Success

Passport to Scholarship Success The Passport to Scholarship Success is a way for you to build your scholarship skills AND earn a chance to win a $500 scholarship from Western!

The Passport to Scholarship Success is a way for you to build your scholarship skills AND earn a chance to win a 2019-2020 scholarship for $500 from Western!

Currently enrolled WWU students can pick up their Passport at the Scholarship Center (Old Main 285) or print your own from our website. Complete at least 6 out of the 9 activities and turn in your Passport to the WWU Scholarship Center by the deadline for your chance to win.

Official Rules:

  • To be entered for a chance to win, students must be currently enrolled in winter quarter 2019 classes at WWU
  • Applicants must submit a completed Passport to the Scholarship Center in Old Main 285
  • A Passport is completed when at least 6 activities have been completed with an approved stamp from a partner office or event, or have been self-certified.

Due Date: April 12 at 4pm, Old Main 285

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Featured Scholarships

Chuckanut Health Foundation
Lois Jean Roberts Memorial Nursing Scholarship

Chuckanut Health Foundation wants to expand and promote students to attend qualified nursing programs within Whatcom County. These include programs from Whatcom Community College, Bellingham Technical College, Western Washington University or Skagit Valley College.

Eligibility requirements:

  • be accepted into one of the nursing programs mentioned above
  • reside in Whatcom County or have graduated from a Whatcom County high school.

 Please see the website below for more information.

Deadline: 05/20/2019

Amount: $1,500

Application Location:

2019-2020 WWU Alumni Association Scholarship for Undergraduate Students

The Western Alumni Association is proud to offer Western students the opportunity to receive the WWU Alumni Association Scholarship for Undergraduate Students. Recipients of this honor are students who are making a difference in their communities, and contributing greatly to Western by actively participating in the life of the university.

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Applicants must be one of the following:
    --Full time Western student (taking a minimum of 12 credits)
    --High school senior intending to become a full-time Western student    
       beginning Fall 2019
    --College transfer intending to become a full time Western student beginning 
       Fall 2019
  • GPA minimum cumulative:
    --Currently in college - GPA of 3.10
    --Currently in high school - GPA of 3.50
  • Applicants must be pursuing undergraduate study
  • Applicants must be admitted to Western to receive the scholarship
  • Applicants must submit FAFSA for scholarship consideration
  • Applicants need not be related to or know any alumni to apply


  • This is a need-based scholarship to fill need, not exceed it

Priority Consideration: 

  • Preference will be given to those with financial need
  • Active students within their community, who participate in leadership building activities, provide service to others, and succeed academically

Deadline: 04/11/2019

Application Location:
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.