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UW Out-of-State Scholarships

Hey guys, I'm from out of state and considering applying to the University of Washington. Does anyone have any experience or knowledge about the scholarships they offer for out-of-state students? What's their availability and criteria like? Thanks in advance!

7 months ago

Hello! The University of Washington does offer various scholarships for out-of-state students, so here's a brief overview of some opportunities that could be relevant to you:

1. Purple & Gold Scholarship: This scholarship is specifically for out-of-state and international students. The eligibility for this scholarship is primarily based on academic merit and no separate application is required. When you apply to UW, you'll be automatically considered for the Purple & Gold Scholarship. Awards vary in amount and are renewable for up to four years.

2. Departmental Scholarships: Along with university-wide scholarships, many individual departments also offer scholarships for their students. To find these opportunities, make sure to check the websites of the departments you're interested in, as they may have separate application procedures and deadlines.

3. Martin Family Foundation Scholarships: These scholarships are available for out-of-state students who demonstrate a commitment to community service and have financial need. Two different programs are offered by the foundation: the Martin Achievement Scholarship and the Martin Family Foundation Honors Scholarship. You can learn more about eligibility and application details on their website.

Remember that each scholarship program has its own criteria, which may include factors such as GPA, test scores, financial need, extracurricular involvement, or community service. You'll want to cater each application, if a separate one is required, to what that particular scholarship is looking for. Finally, make sure to start researching and applying for scholarships as early as possible, to give yourself plenty of time to polish your application.

I hope this information helps you navigate the scholarship process at the University of Washington. Good luck!

7 months ago

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