|YOUR SITUATION||SCHOLARSHIPS (see below for information)|
|I am a freshman||NOYCE Affiliate, WA Opportunity, TEACH|
|I am a sophomore|
|I am a junior or transfer student with AA||NOYCE Scholar, SOLVER, WA Opportunity, Elliot Family, Howard Family, AFCEA, TEACH|
|I have financial NEED||WA Opportunity, SOLVER, Howard Family, any others|
|I am from an underrepresented group in STEM||SOLVER, NOYCE Affiliate, NOYCE Scholar, any others|
|I want teaching experience||NOYCE Affiliate, NOYCE Scholar|
|I want research experience||NOYCE Affiliate, SOLVER, summer research internships|
|I am willing to teach in a low-income school after graduation||NOYCE Affiliate, NOYCE Scholar, TEACH, any others|
|I am going to be in Ellensburg in the summer||NOYCE Affiliate|
|I plan to be a physics teacher||Physics teaching scholarship|
Updated Fall 2014, Scholarships are subject to change. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if information is incorrect.
The General Scholarship Application (GSA) is open October 1 and due March 1 through My CWU each year. The scholarships listed below are for Science Education majors. Other scholarships may be available within your science department (e.g., chemistry) or in education. Contact that department for more information. For further scholarship information in general, please visit http://www.cwu.edu/scholarships/ or contact the Scholarship Office at (509) 963-1611.
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