Details on the Scholarship List
If you have never looked at the list (link below), or it's been a while, review the entire list using the three steps. If you check it each week, you can save time by just looking at the scholarships with the "NEW" icon; these have been added/updated since the last update. This is by no means a complete list, but it does include local and regional scholarships that are often not found using web-based scholarship searches.
How to best use the scholarship list
Read the "Eligibility" column. If you don't meet these requirements, don't waste time going to the scholarship site.
Check the "Deadline." Is there still time to gather everything needed and submit the application on time?
Follow the link under "How to Apply." Here you will find the details -- is an essay required? letters of recommendation? official transcripts? a specific format for submission (paper copy, on-line application, scanned then e-mailed)?
NOTE: Be sure to scroll all the way to the bottom of the rows; a newly listed scholarship may be there!
For the scholarship list, click here: updated April 30, 2019
Many scholarships are offered throughout the year, with late winter/early spring being the prime time to apply.
Criteria for winning a scholarship are quite varied, and can include one or more of the following:
location of college
area of study / major
Scholarship information is available in the Career Center. The Career Center Specialist can assist you with your scholarship search.
Scholarship Search Websites:
TheWashBoard.org is a free, student-centered, online clearinghouse for Washington students seeking college scholarships. This user-friendly site allows students to search and apply for verified scholarship opportunities that are specific to their academic interests, college, university, or other criteria.
SallieMae - Scholarship Search - CollegeAnswer features over 600,000 scholarships, grants, tuition waivers, internships and fellowships.