Washington Scholarships

As a resident of Washington, you have the opportunity of choosing from a wide variety of institutions of higher learning: some are large research universities, some are small art colleges, and some are midsize.

Washington is home to the University of Washington, Gonzaga University, Seattle University, Washington State University, Seattle Pacific University, and many other reputable colleges and universities.

Moreover, just by being a resident of Washington you may be eligible for one of the many scholarships available to those who choose to live and study in the “The Evergreen State”.

So check out our list and apply today!

A $1000 annual scholarships for high-school or undergraduate students (freshmen, sophomore or juniors) who will provide the best photo and description of what home means to them.
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The company which provides financial assistance to researchers since 1950 is the Arc of Washington Trust Fund. It promotes the value of scientific research based on the treatment of causes and prevention related to intellectual disabilities.
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Blacks at Microsoft (BAM) is a network which is offering a constant support to students of African descent who have financial difficulties and are eager to reach higher education goals. Their aim is to achieve continued growth and development of black people who deserve, due to their community...
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Several annual scholarships (Blakemore Freeman Fellowships and Blakemore Refresher Grants) assisting the advanced study of languages from  East or Southeast Asia for persons involved in academic, professional, business or technical careers which involves the regular use of languages such as Chine...
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The Cheryle Jett-Boge Memorial Veterinary Scholarship is awarded annually thanks to the Stanwood-Camano Area Foundation, a non-profit charitable organization that has the mission to support people with financial difficulties achieving educational goals.
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The Daughters of the Pioneers of Washington Scholarship has been awarded since May 1940 and it was created with the aim to honor our pioneer ancestors.
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Northwest Watercolor Foundation is an arm of the Northwest Watercolor society. The foundation offers a scholarship worth $2,000 each year in support of the visual arts. Qualified applicants are selected on merit.
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The Nellie Martin Carman Scholarship is for one academic or school year in any university or college in the State of Washington. The amount of the award will be fixed on an individual basis by the Carman Scholarship Committee, but shall not exceed $2,000.
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The Nellie Martin Carman Scholarship is available to graduating seniors and it can be used for one academic or school year in any university or college in the State of Washington. The total amount awarded is determined each year on an individual basis by the Carman Scholarship Committee, but i...
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Nellie Martin Carman Scholarship Fund was materialized into its existence in 1949. Since then large number of scholarship grantees were awarded by the financial educational aid. The scholarship is basically given to the senior public high school students of Washington. Schools like King, Pierce a...
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NPPF scholarships are awarded to encourage students with the talent and dedication to photojournalism but at the same time experience financial need to continue their studies. Reid Blackburn $2,000 Scholarship was established by the Columbian newspaper of Vancouver where Reid Blackburn, 27, wa...
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K9 Carts is looking to inspire the next generation of animal lovers by sponsoring a $1,000 scholarship.
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Pride Foundation is the organization whose aim is to help both people who express themselves as members of LGBTQ community and people who are their allies living across the Northwest. The first scholarship was awarded in 1993 and since then more than $5 million has been given to 1,800 students...
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Robert J. Meyer was the founder of an Organic Farm in Tenino, WA and a mentor and friend to young farmers interested in sustainable organic farming. So, the Meyer Family desire to keep Robert’s vision alive was achieved through this scholarship.
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The organization’s vision is to make young leaders of character determined to improve our nation and our world through their service, innovation, and excellence. The aim of the organization is to continue what Hamilton did. They want their students to leave a lasting legacy that will foreve...
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The Health Professional Loan Repayment Program (HPLRP) offers two services in providing assistance to care health professionals. Grantees may have options it could be conditional scholarships or loan repayment scheme. In return of the loan repayment type, the health care professional willingly se...
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Washington State in collaboration with the American Indian Community and other partners established the American Indian Endowed Scholarship (AIES). The foundation has noticed the need to increase the number of highly educated American Indians who will have active participation in the improveme...
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The Washington Society of Professional Engineers Educational Foundation is a non-profit educational foundation establishes in 1982 to further the support of engineering education.
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To support students of low income is the advocacy of Washington State Opportunity Scholarship. Students who has the passion in pursuing college course under the STEM majors is the goal scholarship rewards of the Washington State Opportunity Scholarship. After course completion, the scholars gradu...
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The Wendy Jackson Hall Memorial scholarship was set up in memory of Wendy Jackson Hall. Friends, family, and the beneficiaries of her work in the visual arts remember her through assistance of students in pursuit of careers in the visual arts. The scholarship worth $15,000 is offered to an ind...
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