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Step 1: Notify the University

Students need to notify the University of any private donor scholarships that they will be receiving. In order to fulfill this requirement, please send a copy of your notification letter(s) to:

Western Washington University
Scholarship Center
516 High Street, Old Main 285
Bellingham, WA 98225-9006

Step 2: Notify Your Donor

Notify your donor to send their checks to:

Western Washington University
University Cashier
516 High Street, Old Main 110
Bellingham, WA 98225-9004

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