WA State Awards
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Other Washington State Awards
The College Bound Scholarship provides hope and incentive for students and families who otherwise might not consider college as an option because of its cost. Low-income 7th and 8th grade students who sign a pledge by June 30 of their 8th grade year are eligible. Students promise to graduate from high school, demonstrate good citizenship, and seek admission to a college or university. Family income will be re-checked and college admission confirmed after the student graduates from high school.
The amount of the scholarship will be based on tuition rates at Washington public colleges and universities and will cover the amount of public college and university tuition and fees (plus $500 for books) not covered by other state financial aid awards. College Bound Scholarship recipients attending Seattle Pacific University will receive an award amount “equivalent to the representative average of awards granted to students in public research” campuses; therefore the amount varies year to year and will be determined by late-Spring.
Washington Passport to College Promise Scholarship was created by the state of Washington to encourage foster youth to prepare for and succeed in college. You are eligible for this program if:
Students must be enrolled at least half time and must have a Washington Student Directive (PDF) on file with Student Financial Services to receive the funds.
- You spent at least one year in foster care after your 16th birthday.
- You emancipated from foster care on or after January 1, 2007.
- You will be enrolled at least half time in an eligible college by the time you turn 21.
- You are a Washington resident.
- You are not pursuing a degree in theology.
- You have not yet earned a bachelor’s degree.
Washington Future Teachers Conditional Scholarship and Loan Repayment Program is designed to encourage outstanding students and paraprofessionals to become teachers, and to encourage current teachers to obtain additional endorsements in teacher shortage subjects. In return for conditional scholarships or loan repayments, participants agree to teach in Washington K–12 public schools (usually two years of teaching for each year of funding). Students must be enrolled at least half time and must have a Washington Student Directive (PDF) on file with Student Financial Services to receive the funds.
Washington American Indian Endowed Scholarship helps students in financial need who have close social and cultural ties to a Native American community to pursue undergraduate and graduate studies. Students must be enrolled at least half time and must have a Washington Student Directive (PDF) on file with Student Financial Services to receive the funds.
Washington Health Professional Loan Repayment and Scholarship Program was created to attract and retain health professionals to serve in critical shortage areas in Washington state. The scholarship program provides financial assistance to students training to become primary care health professionals. Students must be enrolled full time and must have a Washington Student Directive (PDF) on file with Student Financial Services to receive the funds.
Last Updated: 2/28/2013