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Scholarships & Funding

The following list includes links to scholarship search engines as well as specific scholarships with an environmental interest. 

Apply through Scholarship Central in myCWU.

ENST Scholarship (Environmental Sciences)

This scholarship is intended to provide financial support for students enrolled in the environmental studies majors whose service, academic study, leadership, advocacy and action relative to the environment and environmental justice issues has positively affected the CWU and Washington state climate and community.

Kittitas Audubon Scholarship

To provide financial support for an undergraduate majoring in biology or environmental studies with a GPA of 3.0 or higher.  Must have an interest in birds, the environment and/or conservation.

Terry P. Anderson Endowed Scholarship for Environmental Studies

This scholarship is intended for (Washington State resident) students who are conservation-minded and majoring or minoring in either Biology or Environmental Studies, with a GPA of 2.5 or higher. Preference will be given to those in traditionally underrepresented in the sciences and to those demonstrating financial need. 

Additional Opportunities

CWU Scholarship Office

Science Scholarships

Scholarships, Fellowships & Postdoctoral Awards

The Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education

Brown and Caldwell

CFF Foundation Education Award

Financial Aid Resources

FAFSA and Financial Aid Resources


Other Types of Funding

The CWU Office of Undergraduate Research wants to make sure students are aware of every opportunity for academic, leadership, and professional development. CWU has adopted the largest database in the country to connect students with conferences, research, scholarship, and publishing opportunities. The database is managed by Student Opportunity Center and is organized by major, interest, and field. This is a great resource with over 10,000 available opportunities. Additionally, there are funding opportunities available for students to pursue research, travel to conferences, presentations, and performances, and to develop creative projects. 

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