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Scholarships

The General Scholarship Application is available every year from October 1st through March 1st for all incoming and continuing students.

To complete the General Scholarship Application:
  • Browse the scholarships listed below.
  • Log into your MyCWU to access the application.
  • Add your supplemental materials (if required) directly to your application or submit them to the Scholarship Office via e-mail, fax, or postal service.
Name of Scholarship Departmentsort descending Supplemental Materials Required Scholarship Tags
Cross Family Scholarship

Submit a 2-page essay describing a humorous event or experience in which you have been involved

Incoming Freshman or Transfer, Financial Need, Open to Any Major
Ruth Harrington Single Parent Scholarship Financial Need
Marilyn Goodey Memorial Scholarship Incoming Freshman or Transfer
Don & Verna Duncan Community Service Scholarship

   Submit the following additional materials:

    A 1,000+ word, double spaced, typed essay conveying:

    * The local, national and/or global challenges that you have dedicated your time and/or education to addressing and why you feel these issues deserved your attention;
    * How your academic coursework and leadership opportunities have poised you to provide meaningful service to your community;
    * Why you think it is important for Central Washington University students to be civically active scholars.
    * Your voluntary service experience (s) through the Don and Verna Duncan Center for Leadership and Community Engagement

Open to Any Major
George and Dorothy Mulinski Scholarship

    * An essay stating your reasons for pursuing a college education and explain the impact of your disability on your educational process
    * Submit three letters of recommendation
    * Submit documentation from a doctor verifying your disability

Financial Need, Disability, Open to Any Major
Dale & Dorothy Jaques Scholarship Financial Need, Open to Any Major, Graduate Studies
Larry L. Pinnt Scholarship

Two letters of recommendation from former faculty/teachers addressing the following:

   1. A challenge faced by the student
   2. How the student overcame the challenge
   3. A description of the student's academic improvement
   4. The student's potential as a leader

Incoming Freshman or Transfer
Ross San-Soucie Campus Involvement Scholarship

    *A 500 word essay describing why you are the best candidate for this scholarship
    *Two letters of recommendation from faculty, community leaders, and/or program advisors

Open to Any Major
Lisa Grove-Bilodeau Scholarship

An essay answering the following questions: Why do I feel compelled to help underserved and underprivileged children? Why is it important to serve the children? What do I bring within me that can qualify me as a champion and advocate for children in need?

US Bank MAXX Leadership Scholarship

Additional materials must be postmarked or submitted to the Scholarship Office on or before March 1st.

  1. Provide two letters of recommendation: (1) Faculty and (1) non relative that can speak to your leadership experience.
  2. Required Essay: Applicant must address the following (500-1000 words max):

a. Who you are and how this scholarship will make an impact in your life

b. Personal definition of leadership

c. Applicant experience as a leader

d. Explain why you are qualified for the scholarship

Financial Need, Open to Any Major
CDK Construction Safety Scholarship

Submit the following additional materials:

    * An essay addressing how you meet the criteria of the scholarship, why you are majoring in Construction Management, and why you feel it's important to establish a culture within the construction industry that promotes a safe work environment

Hal Wolf Scholarship Incoming Freshman or Transfer
Lillian Bloomer Memorial Scholarship (DHC) Douglas Honors College
Jeannette M. Hart Scholarship

    * Three (3) letters of recommendation from people who can attest to applicant's academic progress and his/her involvement in outside activities as listed above.

Financial Need, Gender Specific, Open to Any Major
Ronald & Pauline Sargent Scholarship Financial Need
Teresa Q. Knudsen Scholarship Incoming Freshman or Transfer, Financial Need, Region-Specific
Central Investment Fund

A statement from our high school counselor certifying that you have completed a college prep curriculum, including the courses described above. DO NOT SEND A TRANSCRIPT. Failure to provide a completed statement from your school counselor outlining your college prep curriculum will result in the disqualification of your application.

Incoming Freshman or Transfer
Usha Mahajani International Student Scholarship
  •     Submit a personal statement in which you describe your intellectual interests, achievements, and future aspirations.  Include a description of how these interests have been demonstrated through participation in departmental activities, or other campus activities, or community service.
  •     Provide a letter of support from a faculty member in your academic department.
Ethnic-Specific, Non-Traditional, Non-Residents/Non-Citizens, Open to Any Major
Douglas Honors Diversity Scholarship Incoming Freshmen, Ethnic-Specific, Douglas Honors College
Lorene Kinzer Scholarship

Submit an essay addressing the following:

Your involvement in leadership, school activities, and/or community service; your future career plans; why you deserve this scholarship.

Incoming Freshman or Transfer, Financial Need
Grace Chapter #105, Order of the Eastern Star Financial Need, Region-Specific
Ena Harris Berger Scholarship Incoming Freshman or Transfer, Financial Need, Gender Specific
Muckleshoot Tribal Scholarship

Write a 500 word essay describing your past community service or any tribal involvement including volunteer activities, offices held or special programs you have participated in and how your education will prepare you for your future career goals and help you give back to your tribe.

Financial Need, Ethnic-Specific
Matthew Trinkle Memorial Scholarship Financial Need, Open to Any Major
Charles & Georgianna LaRiviere Scholarship

A one page essay expressing why you deserve a "second chance" at CWU

Incoming Freshman or Transfer
Ron Hales Safety & Health Management Scholarship

    * An essay of 2 pages or less addressing your career goals in the Safety & Health Management industry, involvement or membership in professional organizations, and university and/or community volunteer experiences.
    * Two letters of recommendation -- one must be from a faculty member in the Safety & Health Management program.  Preference given to students who submit a third letter of recommendation from a community leader (e.g. church, city, or county official, etc.).

Merrick Recruitment Scholarship
  • Submit an essay of 200 words or less discussing a time when you overcame extreme personal hardship and what you learned from the experience
Incoming Freshman or Transfer, Open to Any Major
Ken Adams' Scholarship Aviation
  • 2-4 letters of recommendation
Financial Need
Dorothy Dean Memorial Chemistry Scholarship Chemistry
John & Jan Ludtka Scholarship Communications

*Submit a one page essay on your career plans and why journalism is important

Incoming Freshman or Transfer, Region-Specific
Morton Sisters Teacher Education Scholarship Education

* Submit three letters of recommendation: two letters must be from faculty in two different academic disciplines, and one must be from a person outside the CWU community, qualified to evaluate your character and potential for becoming an excellent teacher.
    * A one-page essay expressing why you want to become a teacher.

*Finalists for the scholarship may be called on to conduct a 15-minute teaching session with the scholarship selection committee.

Alfred & Genevieve Galluci Teacher Education Scholarship Education

          * A one-page essay expressing why you want to become a teacher
          * Three (3) letters of recommendation: Two (2) from CWU faculty in two different academic disciplines and one (1) from a previous college advisor qualified to evaluate your character and potential for becoming an excellent teacher
          * Unofficial transcripts from any college or university you attended before CWU

*Applicants selected as finalists will be required to conduct a 15-minute teaching session with the Scholarship Selection Committee.

Charles W. Wright Scholarship Education

* A one page essay expressing why you want to become a teacher
    * Three (3) letters of recommendation: Two (2) from CWU faculty in two different academic disciplines and one from a previous college advisor qualified to evaluate your character and potential for becoming an excellent teacher
    * Unofficial transcripts from any college or university you attended before CWU

*Applicants selected as finalists will be required to conduct a 15 minute teaching session with the Scholarship Selection Committee

Teacher Education Scholarship Education

* Three letters of recommendation: Two letters must be from faculty in two different academic disciplines, and one must be from a person outside the CWU community, qualified to evaluate your character and potential for becoming an excellent teacher
    * A one page essay expressing why you want to become a teacher

*Finalists for the scholarship may be called upon to conduct a 15-minute teaching session with the Scholarship Selection Committee

Ferne Daniel Scholarship Education

* A one page essay expressing why you want to become a teacher
    * Three letters of recommendation: Two from CWU faculty in two different academic disciplines and one from a previous college advisor qualified to evaluate your character and potential for becoming an excellent teacher
    * Unofficial transcripts from any college or university you attended before CWU

Applicants selected as finalist will be required to conduct a 15-minuted teaching session with the Scholarship Selection Committee

Virginia Funkley-Ward Education Scholarship Education

 

  • A one-page essay expressing why  you want to become a teacher
  • Three (3) letters of recommendation: two (2) from CWU faculty in two different academic disciplines and one (1) from a previous college advisor qualified to evaluate your character and potential for becoming an excellent teacher
  • Unofficial transcripts from any college or university you attended before CWU
Financial Need
Marit Thomas Rhoads Scholarship Education

 

  1. Complete the General Scholarship Application through your Wildcat Connection account.
  2. Submit the following additional materials -- submit only one set of Additional Materials if you are applying for more than one Education scholarship:
  • A one-page essay expressing why you want to become a teacher
  • Three (3) letters of recommendation: Two (2) from CWU faculty in two different academic disciplines and one (1) from a previous college advisor qualified to evaluate your character and potential for becoming an excellent teacher.
  • Unofficial transcripts from any college or university you attended before CWU. 

Applicants selected as finalists will be required to conduct a 15-minute teaching session with the Scholarship Selection Committee.

Additional materials must be postmarked or submitted to the Scholarship Office on or before March 1st.

Education Department Scholarship Education

* Submit 3 letters of recommendation: Two letters must be from faculty in two different academic disciplines, and one must be from a person outside the CWU community, qualified to evaluate your character and potential for becoming an excellent teacher
* A one-page essay expressing why you want to become a teacher

Finalists for the scholarship may be called upon to conduct a 15-minute teaching session with the scholarship selection committee.

Master's in Education Scholarship Education

 

  1. Complete the General Scholarship Application through your Wildcat Connection account.
  2. Submit the following additional materials: 
  • Copies of your 3 letters of recommendation for admission to the graduate program, one of which must be written by the applicant's current or most recent principal or designee (Special Education master's candidates are not required to submit a letter form a principal or designee for admission, but must submit one for this scholarship).
Graduate Studies
Christine Rae Gaudino Scholarship Education

*One page essay describing your involvement in leadership through extracurricular activities and/or your involvement with people with special needs

Dohn Miller Special Education Scholarship Education

    Submit the following additional materials:

    Submit 3 letters of recommendation from people who have firsthand knowledge of your academic excellence, service, involvement, and leadership activities--only one recommendation may be from a CWU Special Education professor
    Copy of your unofficial transcript
 

Adeline Family Scholarship Education
  • A 500-word essay detailing your interest, philosophy, experience, and goals in education
  • Three (3) letters of recommendation: At least one (1) must be from a CWU faculty member
  • Proof of your current or prior residence in the Yakima Valley

Upload your materials directly to your Scholarship Application in Wildcat Connection, or submit via e-mail to scholar@cwu.edu

Region-Specific
Loma Linda Orchard Scholarship Education Incoming Freshman or Transfer, Financial Need, Ethnic-Specific, Region-Specific
Robert E. & Alma E. McConnell Scholarship Education Financial Need
Day Family Endowed Scholarship Education Gender Specific
Berg-Albrecht Scholarship Education

* A one page essay expressing why you want to become a teacher
    * Three (3) letters of recommendation: Two (2) from CWU faculty in two different academic disciplines and one (1) from a previous college advisor qualified to evaluate your character and potential for becoming an excellent teacher
    * Unofficial transcripts from any college or university your attended before CWU

*Applicants selected as finalists will be required to conduct a 15 minute teaching session with the Scholarship Selection Committee

Albert E. Gerritz Memorial Scholarship Education
Financial Need
C.H. & E.T. Moe Scholarship Education

    * Submit three (3) letters of recommendation: Two (2) letters must be from faculty in two different academic disciplines, and one must be from a person outside the CWU community, qualified to evaluate your character and potential for becoming an excellent teacher.
    * A one page essay expressing why your want to become a teacher

*Finalists for the scholarship may be called upon to conduct a 15 minute teaching session with the Scholarship Selection Committee

Financial Need
Steven & Jennifer Miller Scholarship Education Financial Need
Howard Family Scholarship Education

 Submit only one set of Additional Materials if you are applying for more than one Education scholarship:

    * A one page essay expressing why you want to become a teacher
    * Three letters of recommendation: Two from CWU faculty in two different academic disciplines and one from a previous college advisor qualified to evaluate your character and potential for becoming an excellent teacher
    * Unofficial transcripts from any college or university you attended before CWU

*Applicants selected as finalists will be required to conduct a 15-minute teaching session with the Scholarship Selection Committee

Incoming Freshman or Transfer, Financial Need
Beth Kohler Bardwell Scholarship Education

    * Explain career objectives. Be specific as to the types of occupation, teaching emphasis, and activities toward which you would like to orient your career
    * Describe the physical education courses you have completed to date, and how they have benefited you in terms of your career goals
    * Explain your involvement in the field of physical education through participation in professional conferences and/or workshops, voluntary or paid positions in teaching, community service, or other related experiences
    * Explain why you should be chosen as the recipient for this scholarship. Include details of which personal interests, talent, or personality traits make you an exceptional candidate

Tullis Library Education Scholarship Education

 

  • A one-page essay expressing why  you want to become a teacher
  • Three (3) letters of recommendation: two (2) from CWU faculty in two different academic disciplines and one (1) from a previous college advisor qualified to evaluate your character and potential for becoming an excellent teacher
  • Unofficial transcripts from any college or university you attended before CWU
Amanda K. Hebeler Scholarship Education
Financial Need
Margaret Loseth Wesphal Scholarship Education

 

  1. Complete the General Scholarship Application through your Wildcat Connection account.
  2. Submit the following additional materials -- submit only one set of Additional Materials if you are applying for more than one Education scholarship:
  3. A one-page essay expressing why you want to become a teacher
  4. Three (3) letters of recommendation: Two (2) from CWU faculty in two different academic disciplines and one (1) from a previous college advisor qualified to evaluate your character and potential for becoming an excellent teacher.
  5. Unofficial transcripts from any college or university you attended before CWU. Applicants selected as finalists will be required to conduct a 15-minute teaching session with the Scholarship Selection Committee.
  6. Additional materials must be postmarked or submitted to the Scholarship Office on or before March 1st.
Gene & Charlotte Balint Scholarship Education

Submit only one set of additional materials if you are applying for more than one Education scholarship

    * A one page essay expressing why you want to become a teacher
    * Three letters of recommendation: Two from CWU faculty in two different academic disciplines and one from a previous college advisor qualified to evaluate your character and potential for becoming an excellent teacher
    * Unofficial transcripts from any college or university you attended before CWU

*Applicants selected as finalists will be required to conduct a 15-minuted teaching session with the Scholarship Selection Committee

Bronwen Hatton Special Education Scholarship Education

*Three letters of recommendation

Norine Gann Memorial Scholarship Education

Submit only one set of Additional Materials if you are applying for more than one Education scholarship:

    * A one page essay expressing why you want to become a teacher
    * Three letters of recommendation: Two from CWU faculty in two different academic disciplines and one from a previous college advisor qualified to evaluate your character and potential for becoming an excellent teacher
    * Unofficial transcripts from any college or university you attended before CWU

Applicants selected as finalists will be required to conduct a 15 minute teaching session with the Scholarship Selection Committee

Boeing SHM Scholarship Engineering Technologies, Safety, and Construction

An essay of 2 pages addressing your career goals in the Safety and Health Management profession involvement or membership in SHM related professional organizations.
Two letters of recommendation- one must be from a faculty member in the Safety and Health Management program.

Heacock Family Scholarshp for Women in Technology Engineering Technologies, Safety, and Construction
  • An essay addressing why you are the best applicant for this scholarship
Financial Need, Gender Specific
Owen J. Shadle Industrial Education Scholarship Engineering Technologies, Safety, and Construction

    * A one page essay describing your educational/career goals, your honors/awards, your involvement in civic or extracurricular activities, and reasons why you are the best candidate for the scholarship
    * Three letters of recommendation from non-relatives who can speak to your character, academic ability, and potential for success
    * A one page resume
    * Unofficial transcripts from any college or university you attended before CWU

Boeing EET Scholarship Engineering Technologies, Safety, and Construction

* A one page essay describing your educational/career goals, your honors/awards, your involvement in civic or extracurricular activities, and reasons why your are the best candidate for the scholarship
* Three (3) letters of recommendation from non-relatives who can speak to your character, academic ability, and potential for future success
* A one page resume
* Unofficial transcripts from any college or university your attended before CWU

Tri-City Construction Council Scholarship Engineering Technologies, Safety, and Construction

Submit a resume and essay addressing how the requirements of the scholarship have been met and why you want to major in construction management
Submit two letters of recommendation (with at lease one from someone in the construction or engineering industry)

Technology/Industrial Education Technology Scholarship Engineering Technologies, Safety, and Construction

* A one page essay describing your education/career goals, your honors/awards, your involvement in civic or extracurricular activities, and reasons why you are the best candidate for the scholarship
* Two letters of recommendation from non-relatives who can speak to your character, academic ability, and potential for success
* A one page resume
* Unofficial transcripts from any college or university you attended before CWU

Fisher Companies Scholarship Fund Engineering Technologies, Safety, and Construction

    * A letter addressing how you meet the requirements and why you want to major in Construction Management
    * Two letters of recommendation, at least one or which from someone in the construction or engineering industry

Boeing IET Faculty Scholarship Engineering Technologies, Safety, and Construction
Walter R. Kaminski Memorial Scholarship Engineering Technologies, Safety, and Construction Graduate Studies
Capital Safety SHM Scholarship Engineering Technologies, Safety, and Construction

-An essay of two (2) pages addressing your career goals in the Safety & Health Management profession involvement or membership in SHM related professional organizations
-Two (2) letters of recommendation- one must be from a faculty member in the Safety & Health Management program.

Boeing IET Minority Enhancement Scholarship Engineering Technologies, Safety, and Construction Ethnic-Specific
William & Jackie Wallace Industrial Education Endowment Scholarship Engineering Technologies, Safety, and Construction
Boeing Mechanical Engineering Technology Scholarship Engineering Technologies, Safety, and Construction

    * A one page essay describing your educational/career goals, your honors/awards, your involvement in civic or extracurricular activities, and reasons why your are the best candidate for the scholarship
    * Three (3) letters of recommendation from non relatives who can speak to your character, academic ability, and potential for future success
    * A one page resume
    * Unofficial transcripts from any college or university you attended before CWU

Jere Cary Industrial Education Scholarship Engineering Technologies, Safety, and Construction

    * A one page essay describing your educational/career goals, your honors/awards, your involvement in civic or extracurricular activities, and reasons why you are the best candidate for the scholarship
    * Three (3) letters of recommendation from non-relatives who can speak to your character, academic ability, and potential for success
    * A one page resume
    * Unofficial transcripts from any college or university you attended before CWU

Construction Management Advisory Council Scholarship Engineering Technologies, Safety, and Construction

*An essay addressing how you meet the required and preferred criteria and why you are pursuing a career in Construction Management

Financial Need, Ethnic-Specific, Gender Specific, Non-Traditional
Carolyn Schactler Scholarship Family & Consumer Science

* Two letters of recommendation from professors on campus
    * A two page essay addressing your purpose in choosing your field of study, your career plans, what receiving the scholarship will mean to you, and describe your relevant extracurricular activities
    * A  trend board (uploaded in a PDF) of a fashion design you would like to complete. The board should contain creative imagery which could include inspiration images, short verbiage on your inspiration, intended fabrics, color palette, flats, and sketches

Anthony Sowards Geography Phoenix Scholarship Geography

Two letters of recommendation from Geography Department Faculty
One essay of 2-5 pages discussing; why you should be awarded this scholarship and how you intend to use your Geography degree.

Financial Need
Martin Kaatz Geography Scholarship Geography
Paul E. LeRoy History Scholarship History

*Two letters of recommendation from faculty attesting to his/her potential in pursuing a History major

Harold & Martha Barto Scholarship History

    * A list of history courses taken and grades for each course
    * A list of honors and awards
    * A statement concerning your financial need
    * Unofficial transcripts from any college or university attended before CWU
    * A list of three references in the History Department who are familiar with your academic abilities

Incoming Freshman or Transfer
Clareta Olmstead Smith History

* List of history courses taken and grades for each course
    * List of your honors and awards
    * A letter to the History Department Chair that includes a statement of why you are studying history and how you meet the selection criteria, including an indication of your financial need
    * Official transcripts from all colleges or universities you have attended besides CWU
    * List of three (3) references in the History Department at CWU who are familiar with your work

Financial Need
Eugene Kosy Scholarship Information Technology & Administrative Management

    * A one page statement of your career goals and objectives
    * Two letters of recommendation-one academic and one personal
    * Your resume highlighting your leadership involvement

Women in Law Enforcement Scholarship Law & Justice

*Submit a 500-word essay describing your eligibility for a career in law enforcement and your personal attributes that distinguish you from other candidates in your ability to make positive contributions to law enforcement.

Gender Specific
Ben and Nancy Remak Scholarship Law & Justice

1. A 500 word essay describing your plans for a career in law enforcement.

2.Two letters of recommendation from faculty or others attesting to his/her demonstrated interest in pursuing a career in law enforcement.

Financial Need
Amy Marie Castner Scholarship Law & Justice

    * A four page essay discussing your career goals and motivation
    * Two (2) letters of recommendation: One (1) from a faculty member and one (1) from a non relative who can evaluate your character and potential to succeed in the Law and Justice field
    * Unofficial transcripts from any college or university your attended before CWU

Bill & Lora Stovall Scholarship Multidisciplinary Financial Need
Second Chance-A New Beginning Multidisciplinary

    * An essay describing why you believe you are now capable of quality performance and achievement
    * Provide two letters of recommendation: one academic and one non-academic

Incoming Freshman or Transfer
Foundation Board Scholarship Multidisciplinary

*A 500 word essay describing your involvement or experience in volunteer and service learning

Incoming Freshman or Transfer
Elliott Family Scholarship Multidisciplinary

    * An essay describing the importance of developing contemporary skills in science teaching that is consistent with state and national science standards. Also describe your extracurricular activities, community service, or other outside work.

Raymond & Adeline Posch Scholarship Multidisciplinary
John Drinkwater Leadership Scholarship Multidisciplinary

    * An essay describing your involvement in leadership activities at CWU
    * Your resume

Todd Anderson Memorial Rodeo Scholarship Multidisciplinary

*A 500 word essay detailing your rodeo and community service/leadership activities-include length of time involved, level of involvement, names of organizations, associations/memberships, and awards earned

Fred Meyer Scholarship Multidisciplinary

    * A 500 word essay describing your leadership experience in community service, student clubs, organizations, or other activities, and how your experiences have developed your leadership skills
    * Two letters of recommendation from faculty, community leaders, and/or program advisors

Incoming Freshman or Transfer
Rudoph & Jimi Vernie Scholarship Multidisciplinary

*A 1000-1500 word essay addressing the following: Your motivation for entering your chosen career field, your long-term goals, and how you expect to impact your chosen career field above and beyond what others might achieve.

John P. Munson Multidisciplinary

*Two (2) letters of recommendation: one from a faculty member who can attest to academic achievement and one from a non relative who can attest to leadership contributions

Financial Need
Jerry & Gail Jones Scholarship Multidisciplinary
Kamola Honors Scholarship Open to Any Major
Tullis Library Student Employee Scholarship Open to Any Major

A one-page essay describing how working at the library has benefited you academically

Open to Any Major
Presidents' Scholars Scholarship Open to Any Major

A statement from your high school counselor certifying that you have completed a college prep curriculum, including the courses described above. DO NOT SEND A TRANSCRIPT. Failure to provide a complete statement from your school counselor outlining your college prep curriculum will result in the disqualification of your application.

Incoming Freshman or Transfer, Open to Any Major
Deloris & Rolland Dewing Endowed Scholarship Open to Any Major Incoming Freshman or Transfer, Region-Specific
Anonymous Scholarship in Literature & Science Open to Any Major

*Two (2) letters of recommendation from CWU faculty members

Financial Need
Olive Irelan Scholarship Open to Any Major

Provide two (2) letters of recommendation; one (1) letter from a department chair and one (1) letter from a department faculty member

Open to Any Major
Phi Kappa Phi Ruth Bird Undergraduate Scholarship Open to Any Major

    * A 500 word essay describing how your academic interests will serve your career goals after you earn your undergraduate degree
    * Official transcripts from any college or university you attended before CWU
    * Three letters of recommendation from university professors

McIntyre-Smith Scholarship Open to Any Major

 

  1. Complete the General Scholarship Application through your Wildcat Connection account.
  2. Submit the following additional materials: 
  • A 500-word essay describing your involvement/experience in leadership activities
  • Your resume

Additional materials must be postmarked or submitted to the Scholarship Office on or before March 1st.

Incoming Freshman or Transfer, Financial Need
Dan Jack Dream Catcher Scholarship Open to Any Major Non-Traditional
Men and Women of the Fifties Scholarship Open to Any Major
  • Two (2) Letters of recommendation. One (1) from the department chair and one (1) department faculty member.
Open to Any Major
William Seraile Scholarship Open to Any Major

A 500- word essay describing a time when you overcame personal hardship and how that experience have shaped your goals for the future. 

Incoming Freshman or Transfer, Open to Any Major
Minority & 1st Generation Scholarship Open to Any Major Incoming Freshman or Transfer, Ethnic-Specific, 1st Generation
Gray Family Scholarship Open to Any Major Financial Need, Open to Any Major
Chester Z. Keller Scholarship Philosophy & Religious Studies

One essay (2 pages maximum, doubled spaced, 12 pt font) demonstrating:

    * Applicant's academic interest in Philosophy or Religious Studies
    * Applicant's contribution to the department through non course related, discipline related activities
    * How Philosophy or Religious Studies will be incorporated into the applicant's future career or life path

Philosophy & Religious Studies Founding Faculty Scholarship Philosophy & Religious Studies

One essay (2 pages maximum, double spaced, 12-point font) demonstrating:

  1. applicant's academic interest in Philosophy or Religions of India or China.
  2. applicant's plan for fulfilling the class and thesis requirements to receive the scholarship.
  3. how this course of study will be incorporated into the applicant's future career or life path.
Physics Scholarship for First Year/Transfers Physics
  • A double-spaced written statement containing the following: A clear, concise account of your reasons for seeking this scholarship and a description of your interest in physics. (First Year: 300-word limit; Entering Transfers: 500-word limit)
Incoming Freshman or Transfer, Financial Need
Sterling Munro Political Science Scholarship Political Science
Drs. Warren and Elizabeth Street Scholarships Psychology Douglas Honors College, Graduate Studies