Washington Scholarships

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Evans Scholars Program

The Evans Scholars Foundation, administered by the Western Golf Association, offers up to $60,000- scholarships to deserving caddies to pursue undergraduate degrees in Ohio.

Amount
$20,000–$60,000
Scholarships awarded
1 winner
Required GPA
Any
Deadline
October 15
Winner announcement
by May 31

Washington State Opportunity Scholarship – Career & Technical

The Career and Technical Scholarships (CTS) offers the Washington State Opportunity Scholarship to Washington students every quarter to pursue a post-secondary school program in high-demand trade, STEM, and healthcare programs.

Amount
$1,500
Scholarships awarded
1 winner
Required GPA
Any
Deadline
October 23

InspirASIAN Scholarship Program

The InspirASIAN Scholarship Program awards $2,000 to qualifying high school senior and graduate students and undergraduate student in one of 18 states of InspirASIAN Chapter to complete their degrees.

Amount
$2,000
Scholarships awarded
28 winners
Required GPA
3.4
Deadline
January 31
Winner announcement
May, 2022

InspirASIAN Scholarships

InspirASIAN National Scholarships and InspirASIAN State Scholarships are annual programs offering $2,000 and $1,000 to selected high school students for college studies.

Amount
$1,000
Scholarships awarded
25 winners
Required GPA
3.4
Deadline
January 31

Matsuo Bridge Company Ltd. of Japan Scholarship

The American Welding (AWS) Foundation offers the Matsuo Bridge Company Ltd. of Japan Scholarship to a student enrolled in a welding engineering-related discipline at an accredited high institution nationwide.

Amount
$2,500
Scholarships awarded
1 winner
Required GPA
3.0
Deadline
March 1

Baccalaureate Scholarship

The Baccalaureate Scholarship provides scholarships of up to $22,500 to students in Washington state pursuing high-demand courses in the science, technology, engineering, or mathematics (STEM) and healthcare fields.

Amount
$22,500
Scholarships awarded
1 winner
Required GPA
2.8
Deadline
March 2
Winner announcement
April 2023

Giving Back General Scholarship

The NorthWest Osteopathic Medical Foundation’s Giving Back Scholarship awards one or more students from the northwestern U.S. states $10,000 scholarships to study osteopathic medicine at accredited colleges.

Amount
$10,000
Scholarships awarded
1 winner
Required GPA
Any
Deadline
April 18
Winner announcement
June 1, 2023

Student Of Color Scholarship

The Northwest Osteopathic Medical Foundation-Student of Color Scholarship offers a $10,000 scholarship to undergraduate or postgraduate students of color.

Amount
$10,000
Scholarships awarded
1 winner
Required GPA
Any
Deadline
April 18

Washington Osteopathic Foundation Scholarship

Every year the Washington Osteopathic Foundation Scholarship awards one scholarship to the value of $10,000 to undergraduate and graduate medical students.

Amount
$10,000
Scholarships awarded
1 winner
Required GPA
Any
Deadline
April 18
Winner announcement
June 1, 2023

Davis Memorial Foundation

The Western States Roofing Contractors Association awards undergraduate and graduate students scholarships to enroll in a trade school or pursue a degree in a field related to construction.

Amount
$5,000
Scholarships awarded
1 winner
Required GPA
Any
Deadline
April 22
Winner announcement
September 2022

NEWH | Northwest Chapter Scholarship

The Northwest Chapter Scholarship Program awards three $10,000 to $25,000 scholarships to undergraduate and graduate students in the fields of hospitality, interior design, culinary arts, and architecture.

Amount
$10,000–$25,000
Scholarships awarded
3 winners
Required GPA
3.0
Deadline
April 22

Albert Don Memorial Scholarship

Washington Wine Industry Foundation offers Albert Don Memorial Scholarship worth $3,000 to undergraduate and graduate students pursuing a degree and developing careers in viticulture and related fields, annually.

Amount
$3,000
Scholarships awarded
1 winner
Required GPA
3.0
Deadline
April 25

Alliance of Women in Washington Wine Scholarship

The Washington Wine Industry Foundation offers the Alliance of Women in Washington Wine Scholarship worth $5,000 to college female students pursuing viticulture or enology.

Amount
$5,000
Scholarships awarded
1 winner
Required GPA
3.0
Deadline
April 25

Foundation Fund Scholarship

Washington Wine Industry Foundation offers Foundation Fund Scholarship worth $2,000-10,000 to students pursuing higher studies in viticulture and related subjects. The grant covers tuition, student fees, and books.

Amount
$2,000–$10,000
Scholarships awarded
10 winners
Required GPA
3.0
Deadline
April 25
Winner announcement
June 2023

George & Susan Carter Scholarship

Washington Wine Industry Foundation offers George and Susan Carter Scholarship of up to $1,000 to undergraduate and graduate students pursuing degrees in viticulture and enology.

Amount
$1,000
Scholarships awarded
1 winner
Required GPA
3.0
Deadline
April 25

Horse Heaven Hills Scholarships

The Washington Wine Industry Foundation offers Horse Heaven Hills Scholarship worth $3,000 to two Washington-based undergraduate and graduate students each, pursuing degrees in viticulture and enology.

Amount
$3,000
Scholarships awarded
2 winners
Required GPA
3.0
Deadline
April 25

Cathay Bank Foundation Scholarship

The Cathay Bank Foundation Scholarship offers twenty $1,000 scholarships to high school seniors.

Amount
$1,000
Scholarships awarded
20 winners
Required GPA
Any
Deadline
April 30

MGMA Western Section Scholarship

The MGMA Western Section Scholarship provides one award to an undergraduate or a graduate student to pursue a program relevant to medical practice management in an accredited college or university.

Amount
$2,500
Scholarships awarded
1 winner
Required GPA
Any
Deadline
May 1
Winner announcement
August 2022

Washington Thoroughbred Foundation Scholarship

The Washington State Thoroughbred Foundation Scholarship of up to $5,000 is available to students in Washington, pursuing careers in pre-veterinary medicine (equine emphasis) related fields.

Amount
$5,000
Scholarships awarded
1 winner
Required GPA
2.9
Deadline
May 1
Winner announcement
June 2022

¡Lánzate!/Take Off! Higher Education Travel Award program

The ¡Lánzate!/Take Off! Higher Education Travel Award program offers 185 $1,500 flight e-passes to undergraduate and graduate students who travel away from home to study.

Amount
$1,500
Scholarships awarded
185 winners
Required GPA
2.5
Deadline
May 15
Winner announcement
July 8, 2023

WCCMA Scholarship

The Washington City/County Management Association (WCMA) offers graduate students $5,000 to pursue postgraduate degrees in public administration, public affairs, or public policy and develop careers in the local government.

Amount
$5,000
Scholarships awarded
1 winner
Required GPA
Any
Deadline
May 27

Horace & Susie Revels Cayton Scholarship

Public Relations Society of America offers The Horace and Susie Revels Cayton Scholarship of $4,500 to enrolled undergraduate students pursuing public relations degrees in Washington.

Amount
$4,500
Scholarships awarded
1 winner
Required GPA
3.0
Deadline
May 31

Korean American Scholarship Foundation-Western Regional Chapter

The Korean American Scholarship Foundation awards scholarships to students of Korean heritage who are pursuing undergraduate or graduate programs of their choice at schools in the Western Region.

Amount
$500–$5,000
Scholarships awarded
1 winner
Required GPA
3.0
Deadline
June 30

Crabby Beach Scholarship in Art

The University of Washington offers the Crabby Beach Scholarship in Art to one deserving undergraduate student, entering freshman year, pursuing programs in art, art history, and design at its premises.

Amount
$5,000
Scholarships awarded
1 winner
Required GPA
2.5
Deadline
September 16
Winner announcement
October 2022

WTS Portland Chapter Gail Achterman Leadership Scholarship

WTS Portland Chapter awards the $7,000 scholarship to a female student who is pursuing a graduate or undergraduate degree in transportation and related fields in Portland or SW Washington.

Amount
$7,000
Scholarships awarded
1 winner
Required GPA
3.0
Deadline
November 27

Washington Scholarships

The State of Washington is located in the upper northwest region of the U.S. The capital is Olympia and its largest city is Seattle. The top colleges are also located in Seattle. It is known as the Evergreen state because of its many forests and national parks. Prospective students who are interested in studying in Washington can look forward to access to a variety of studies, rich culture, and leading an outdoorsy and active lifestyle. The state offers plenty of opportunities and has a promising local economy.

Frequently asked questions

What are the top schools in Washington?

  • University of Washington

The University of Washington is a public university located in Seattle, Washington. UW-Seattle has over 240 distinct undergraduate degrees(concentrated into 127 majors) and more than 150 master’s degrees. There are over 100 campus organizations for UW-Seattle students to get involved in outside of the classroom. One of the most popular majors at UW-Seattle is Psychology. 

 

  • Gonzaga University

Gonzaga University is a private institution located in Spokane, Washington. It was founded in 1887 as a Roman Catholic Institution. It is open to students of all faiths but also collaborates with the Bishop White Seminary to offer courses in theology to prepare students for the priesthood. This top school offers 49 undergraduate degrees and 13 master’s programs. There are also more than 150 campus organizations for Gonzaga students to get involved outside of the classroom. One of the most popular majors at Gonzaga is business/commerce. Have a look at these business scholarships if you are interested in majoring in business. 

 

  • Seattle University

Seattle University is a private institution located in Seattle Washington. It was founded in 1891 and is nicknamed the Redhawks. Its school of law is highly ranked for professional degrees in law. This top school offers more than 60 majors to study and 30 graduate programs. Seattle also has more than 180-plus campus organizations for students to get involved in outside of the classroom. The most popular major program is in Nursing. You can check out these nursing scholarships if you are interested in nursing.

Most popular majors in Washington?

  1. Computer Science
  2. Psychology
  3. Finance

Where does Washington rank in education?

Washington ranks 12th on the list of most educated states and 23rd on our list of states with the best and worst public school systems. Read our Scholaroo data reports for more information on the different factors that affect the ranking.