Science II 301
Congratulations to our 2019-20 Academic Year Scholarship Awardees! We'd like to thank the Howard and Elliot Families for their continued support of science educators.
Funding opportunities -- scholarships, grants, loans, internships -- each play a role in your undergraduate education. Take advantage of them! Questions should be directed to the Scholarship Office at (509) 963-1611.
|Your Situation||Scholarship Opportunity|
|I am a freshman/sophomore||WA Opportunity, TEACH|
|I am a junior/senior or transfer student with an AA degree||WA Opportunity, TEACH, Scholarship Central (Elliot and Howard)|
|I have financial NEED|
|I am from an underrepresented group in STEM||WA Opportunity, Information available via Scholarship Central|
|I want research experience||Information available via Scholarship Central|
|I am willing to teach in a low-income school after graduation||TEACH|
|I am interested in teaching science||Elliot Family, Howard Family *HINT!!! If you are in TeachSTEM, apply for this scholarship!!|
|I am interested in chemistry||Information available via Scholarship Central|
|I am interested in biology||Information available via Scholarship Central|
|I am interested in math||Information available via Scholarship Central|
|I am interested in computer science||Information available via Scholarship Central|
|I am interested in physics||Barbara Lotze|
|I am a graduate student interested in teaching science||AFCEA|
|Be sure to investigate opportunities outside of the Scholarship Central application that may apply to you. Find a list of them here: http://www.cwu.edu/scholarships/outside-scholarships.|
The Scholarship Central database is open October 1 through February 3 each year. Contact your department(s) for specific scholarship information. For further scholarship information in general, please visit http://www.cwu.edu/scholarships or contact the Scholarship Office at (509) 963-1611.
Washington Student Acheivement Council Scholarships