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. Please feel free to contact us as you proceed through the scholarship process
Do you receive a Federal Pell Grant? Are you thinking about studying abroad in Spring 2016 or later? Come to the Gilman Scholarship Information Session!
Learn more about this opportunity, including helpful tips and important deadlines. You can even get help with your application! The Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship encourages Pell Grant-eligible students who are traditionally under-represented in education abroad to apply. For details about the scholarship, visit the Gilman Scholarship Website.
June 2nd, 2015
3:00pm - 4:00 pm
Association on American Indian Affairs 2015-16 Scholarships
The AAIA is a 93 year olds national non-profit organization which works on policy and grass roots initatives in the area of youth/education, cultural preservation, and sovereignty.
Applicants must be native American from continental US tribes or Alaska Native. All applicants must be enrolled in their tribe. A copy of tribal enrollment is required. There is no minimum blood quantum requirement for eligibility. Applicants must be enrolled as full time students for both fall and spring semester. Students must be seeking an Associates degree or higher. Scholarships are available for both undergrad and grad students. Some scholarships are curriculum specific.