WWU Freshman & Transfer Scholarships
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American Indian Endowed Scholarship
The American Indian Endowed Scholarship program helps financially needy students with close ties to a Native American community to pursue undergraduate and graduate studies. Scholarship money comes from interest generated through an endowment funded by private contributions and the state. Students can use the scholarships at public colleges and universities and accredited independent colleges, universities and career schools in Washington. The program annually awards about 15 new scholarships ranging from about $500 to $2,000. Students are eligible to receive scholarships for up to five years.
Application Location: http://www.readysetgrad.org/college/american-indian-endowed-scholarship
Multicultural Achievement Program (MAP) Scholarship
The Multicultural Achievement Program (MAP) Scholarship is available for incoming freshman and transfer students and is awarded based on the information in the application for admission. MAP scholarships range from $2,000-$3,000 and are awarded to students whose applications demonstrate and ongoing commitment to multiculturalism. Interested students are encourage to use the application essay to demonstrate how they are actively promoting multiculturalism in their schools or communities. Alternatively, to be considered, students may also submit a separate MAP scholarship essay to email@example.com. Priority is given to residents of Washington state who submit their application by the January 31 deadline.
More information about the MAP scholarship is available at https://admissions.wwu.edu/scholarship-opportunities or contact the Office of Admissions at firstname.lastname@example.org or (360) 650-3440.