Student Outreach Services, in connection with the Western Washington University Scholarship Center and other programs throughout the state, provides information on a number of scholarships and opportunities to help students afford the financial burden of tuition, housing, and dining.
The Women of Color Empowerment Scholarship was established in February, 2007 to provide financial assistance and educational opportunities for Western Washington University students. This scholarship is available to students who demonstrate support for or experience with the issues and concerns of women of color on Western’s campus. Deadline is May 8, 2015.
Bill Reed African American Scholarship
The Bill Reed African American Scholarship is a renewable annual award based on merit and need. The scholarship provides support exclusively for African American undergraduate students who have been admitted to Western. Deadline is May 22, 2015.
Scholarship Opportunities for Undocumented Students
Link to pdf document: Beyond Dreaming
NOTE: these are from 2012-13, please visit various websites of these resources to view the most current deadline information.
Please check the SOS calendar for upcoming scholarship announcements and deadlines!
Other Scholarship Resources
WWU Scholarship Center
The WWU Scholarship Center is available to assist students and their families as they search and apply for scholarships. The awarding of a scholarship represents not only a significant source of financial assistance, but recognition of your special achievements and an investment in your potential.
Washington Scholarship Coalition (the WashBoard)
The Washington Scholarship Coalition is a partnership of public and nonprofit agencies coming together to build an online scholarship marketplace and provide a trusted source of scholarships. It exists to create connections and ensure scholarship funds are reaching those in need.
The Washington Scholarship Coalition's website, the WashBoard, provides students with a in-depth database of numerous scholarships available to students and allows users to create a profile that matches scholarshipss with an individual's identity, academic and career goals and region/locality. Please visit the WashBoard by by clicking on the link below.
HB 1079: Undocumented Students