|Scholarship Name||Application deadline||Eligibility||Contact||More details|
|Class of 1957 Scholar Award||4/11/2018||Sophomores, juniors or seniors as of autumn quarter 2017; graduating seniors are not eligible unless they intend to enroll as a full-time student summer or fall quarter 2018; |
Have a 3.3 minimum grade point average;
Financial need as indicated by the Financial Aid Office; and
Able to demonstrate academic merit through involvement in experiential learning activities relevant to their academic, career and/or professional goals. Appropriate activities can be research, internships, study abroad or other experiential learning activities.
|Contact the Office of Merit Scholarships in 171 Mary Gates Hall for assistance applying for this award or email Robinc@uw.edu||https://expd.uw.edu/expo/scholarships/1957|
|Class of 1954 Achievement Scholarship||4/11/2018|
Juniors and seniors as of autumn quarter 2017 (graduating seniors are eligible if enrolled full time in spring 2018),
Have a 3.3 minimum grade point average,
Financial need as indicated by the Financial Aid Office, and
Able to demonstrate involvement in and relevance of extra-curricular activities to their academic, career and/or professional goals. Activities can be study abroad and study or work in communities of need including research, internships, leadership or other experiential activities. A plus factor will be for those students who have arranged such experiences with a partner agency sharing support.
|Contact the Office of Merit Scholarships in 171 Mary Gates Hall for assistance applying for this award or email Robinc@uw.edu||https://expd.uw.edu/expo/scholarships/1954|
|UW Class of 1962 Endowed Scholarship||4/11/2018||Undergraduates - freshmen, sophomores, juniors and non-graduating seniors (seniors are not eligible unless they intend to enroll as full-time students in at least summer or fall quarter 2018),|
Washington State residents,
Have a 3.3 minimum GPA,
Demonstrate academic merit, leadership and service, and, Students who don't qualify for most (or any) forms of free financial aid, must take out student loans and work full- or part-time to support their education, and for whom the cost of attending the UW poses significant financial challenges.
|Contact the Office of Merit Scholarships in 171 Mary Gates Hall for assistance applying for this award or email Robinc@uw.edu||https://expd.uw.edu/expo/scholarships/1962|
|MAP Scholarship||5/18/2018||Continuing UW student in good standing (@ UW-Seattle, UW-Bothell or UW-Tacoma), Full-time student at the University of Washington, undergraduate or graduate/professional, Minimum one quarter at the UW, Financial aid need as determined by the UW Office of Student Financial Aid, Applicants do not have to be a US Citizen or resident. International students and undocumented students are welcome to apply||Contact Ryan Boyce, (206) 616-4715 or firstname.lastname@example.org||https://depts.washington.edu/alumni/applications/scholarship/|
|The Zesbaugh and Anderson-Olsen Scholarships||5/23/2018||Demonstrated interest in a career as an educator, broadly defined;
Junior or senior status by Autumn quarter 2018;
Currently enrolled in an undergraduate degree program at the University of Washington or accepted as a transfer student to the University of Washington;
Currently declared in Education, Learning and Society (Education minor); Education, Communities and Organizations (Education major); Early Childhood and Family Studies (Education major); or Early Care & Education (Education major, online degree completion program) through the College of Education;
Minimum cumulative GPA of 2.75;
Demonstrable financial need as shown by qualifying for Federal Student Aid or as explained in a one-page statement of need.
Previous Zesbaugh and Anderson-Olsen scholars are eligible to re-apply, but please note the differentiated scholar responsibilities
|NACC Greater Seattle Chapter: Leif Eie Schplarship||6/1/2018||▪ Priority consideration shall be given to applicants whose course of study aims toward a future career in business or the professions (for example, in the fields of law, education, the arts and humanities, and international relations) which involve developing and strengthening relations between Norway and the United States. ▪ Applicants must be citizens or permanent residents of the United States residing in the region of the Seattle Chapter of the Norwegian-American Chamber of Commerce, or citizens of Norway enrolled in a course of study at a university or college in the Pacific Northwest. ▪ Applicants must have a minimum of a C+ grade point average, or its equivalent||NACC Seattle <email@example.com>||https://www.naccseattle.org/files/2018/04/NACCSeattleLeifEieScholarship2018.pdf|
|BRIC Language Systems||6/30/2018||• US Citizen, 3.0 minimum GPA, currently studying a foreign language, experience or a desire to study abroad, not on academic probation or firstname.lastname@example.org||https://briclanguage.com/goglobal/|