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Bonnie J. Barthold Award

This award honors the life and work of Bonnie J. Barthold, former English professor, who is an inspirational figure, particularly in the education of and about ethnic minorities and persons with disabilities. This award is open to an ethnic minority student or student with a disability majoring or minoring in English whose academic accomplishment, service commitment, or professional goals will contribute to social justice or diversity. Together with the application form, applicants must submit no more than 15 pages of creative or scholarly work and a one-page statement reflecting on how they have met the criteria for the award.

Contact Information:

Information is available by contacting the English Department, on campus at Humanities 329, telephone: (360) 650-3209


Kaiser-Borsari Diversity Scholarship

This scholarship funded by the Kaiser-Borsari Educational Foundation and is awarded to a student majoring in Engineering Technology. Applicants must be full-time women or minority students with substantial financial need. Students must also demonstrate high academic potential combined with creativity and leadership qualities. The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) will be used to determine degree of financial need. This FAFSA should be submitted to the federal processing center by the WWU priority date of February 15.



Contact Information:

For more information visit the Ross Engineering Technology building, Room 204, or call (360) 650-3380.

Application Link:

 

http://www.etec.wwu.edu/


Multicultural Achievement Program Continuing (MAP) Scholarship

Please note: New freshman and transfer students are not required to fill out this application to apply for the MAP scholarship. The Admissions Scholarship Committee selects these MAP recipients based on admissions application materials and the FAFSA.

Successful applicants must demonstrate solid academic abilities, strong leadership qualities and a commitment to multicultural issues and activities in school or the community. Students must be currently enrolled at WWU and have a minimum GPA of 2.3 at time of application. Priority will be given to those students who demonstrate financial need as determined by the information submitted on the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).



Contact Information:

The application deadline for 2014-2015 has passed.  Please check back in April 2015 regarding the availability of this scholarship for the 2015-2016 year.


Nabhi Ram Joshi Scholarship

This scholarship was established by one of Western’s most devoted patrons, Miriam Snow Mathes, in memory of Nabhi Ram Joshi, a foreign student who passed through the University over 90 years ago. Applicants must meet the following criteria: -Full-time undergraduate Western Washington University students. New freshmen and transfer students are eligible to apply. -Scholarship applicants must either have been born in India or have a parent or grandparent born in India. -Applicants must demonstrate strong leadership qualities as well as high academic merit. -Recipients of this award may re-apply for subsequent years.



Contact Information:

The application deadline for 2014-2015 has passed.  Please check back in April 2015 regarding the availability of this scholarship for the 2015-2016 year.


U.S. Bank Minority Scholarships

Scholarships are awarded to undergraduate majors in the College of Business and Economics. Recipients must be declared majors in the College of Business and Economics, a member of an ethnic minority group (American Indian, African American, Hispanic American, Asian American/Pacific Islander), have a permanent residence in a community served by U.S. Bank, and demonstrate strong academic merit and potential. This scholarship is privately funded. Scholarships for the College of Business and Economics are available to students of pre-major and full-major status in all college departments based on scholarship criteria. The completion of one application is sufficient to be considered for each scholarship where the criteria established by donors are met. This includes scholarships that are specific to majors/concentrations and minority status.

Contact Information:

Please contact the CBE Dean's Office in Parks Hall 419, cbe@wwu.edu or 360-650-3896 for questions about the award process and application deadline.


Willis Ball Memorial Scholarship

This scholarship honors Willis L. Ball, class of 1956, the first African American to graduate from Western Washington University in 1956. The scholarship is for an undergraduate student of color who is majoring in Physical Education, Health Education or Recreation. Demonstration of academic promise, community service, and financial need are considered when awarding the scholarship. The amount of the award varies from year to year. This scholarship is privately funded.

Contact Information:

For more information, contact the Physical Education, Health and Recreation Department at (360) 650-3105.


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