All Douglas Honors College students who are in good academic standing (GPA of 3.00 or higher) are eligible to receive a partial tuition waiver. Students must have a completed Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) on file with the Financial Aid office to receive the waiver.
The Lillian Bloomer Memorial Scholarship is an annual award for Honors College students who have demonstrated high academic achievement. The scholarship is awarded to students who show the most promise of completing the honors. The Honors College portfolio, major, and GPA for each nominated student are circulated through Honors College faculty who rank-order the students. The top ranked students are selected to receive the scholarship.
The application deadline for the 2014-2015 Lillian Bloomer scholarship is March 1, 2014. Applications can be found through the CWU General Scholarship Application.
The Lillian Bloomer Residential Scholarship is award to five William O. Douglas Honors College (DHC) students who show academic promise and commitment to mentoring students in the DHC Living Learning Community. The residential award is $2000 to be given in a combination of scholarship and waiver. It is a requirement of this scholarship that students be in good academic standing with the honors college, commit to living in the DHC Living Learning Community (LLC) in Barto Hall for the upcoming academic year, and have completed a minimum of 45 credits toward their degree.
Students must also serve as peer mentors to DHC students living in the DHC LLC. Peer mentors will work with the DHC faculty and staff to build a vibrant academic and residential community of scholars.
The completed scholarship application and supporting documents are due by 5 p.m. on February 28, 2014 to the DHC Office in the Language and Literature building.
This scholarship is available for entering first year DHC students who are from an underrepresented minority group and have a demonstrated financial need (FAFSA required). Please contact the Douglas Honors College office for complete details.
Central Washington University Scholarship Office provides resources and information for scholarship opportunities. It assists students in developing a financial aid plan, searching for scholarships effectively, and making applications. In addition, Scholarship Central provides information about scholarship scams, credit card debt, and money management.
New and continuing students are encouraged to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) by the priority deadline of March 1 each year in order to be considered for need-based tuition waivers and scholarships. Students with need (as calculated by the Federal Need Analysis formula) who apply by March 1 every year and have a 3.2 or better cumulative GPA will be considered for a partial tuition waiver.
|School Year||Award Winner(s)|
Jonathan M. Thomson
|1997-1998||Hannah Rebecca Tracy|
|1990-1991||Bonnie Lynn Curran|
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