There are three scholarships available to Recreation students. The Recreation Program Legacy Scholarship is internal and available only to Recreation majors. Please see below for the complete description and application process.
Recreation majors are also eligible for two additional PEHR departmental scholarships: Double-Eagle III (with preference to students whose emphasis is in Recreation) and Willis Ball Memorial. For additional information on how to apply, click here.
Recreation Program Legacy Scholarship 2014
The Legacy Scholarship honors students in previous Recreation Program Phases who have made continuing contributions to the fund to help offset the costs associated with Recreation Majors’ internships. Over the past two years, Phase IV students have raised over $4,000 dollars for the current Legacy Scholarship fund though their fundraising efforts. The award goes to a student(s) in Phase II of the Recreation Program who demonstrate financial need in meeting the costs associated with the completion of their professional internship. The scholarship award for each year depends on available funds, but typically ranges from $250 to $500.
The following scholarship application materials must be submitted to Katey Roemmele in the Recreation Program Office by Thursday February 21st.
- A completed Recreation Program Scholarship Form
- An unofficial transcript/academic history
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact either Katey Roemmele at 650-3782 or Randy Burtz at 360-650-7572.
- Recreation Major
- Successful completion of Phase II
- Demonstration of financial need
The Recreation Program Legacy Scholarship will be awarded to student(s) based on demonstration of the coherence between the internship and the applicant’s career goals and financial need. In some cases consideration may also be given to academic history and/or phase involvement. Award decisions are made by a selection committee comprised of Recreation Program faculty.