There is money available to help you pay for your education, but you have to ask for it! Applying for scholarships is a great way to improve your writing skills, develop a critical and reflective analysis of your academic history, and communicate your future career goals. The Career Center and the new office of Merit Scholarships, Fellowships and Awards are here to help you compile a competitive application in order to increase your chances of success. Our scholarship services include:
- Assistance with searching for appropriate awards
- Reviewing your resume and/or curriculum vitae
- Practicing your interview skills
- Providing feedback on scholarship essays
- Facilitating applications that require campus nomination from the University of Washington
Learn how to build your potential and browse scholarship search resources.
Ready to start? Attend an upcoming scholarships event to learn about the abundance of opportunities available to you as a UW Bothell student and how to prepare to be a competitive applicant.
Want more? Check out the University of Washington scholarship database to explore over 500 scholarship opportunities available to UW students. Awards are searchable by various keywords and filters, such as academic discipline, class standing, ethnicity, etc. The database is continually being updated.
Stay on top of upcoming opportunities and scholarship events by connecting with UWB Merit Scholarships on Facebook!
Need help with your application? Click here for tips on how to write your scholarship essay. Then, bring a draft of your application and schedule an advising appointment with Natalia Ksiezyk Dyba, Manager of Merit Scholarships, Fellowships and Awards, via WC Online.