All of the UWB General scholarships' descriptions and criteria

UWB General Scholarships

 

Scholarship Name

Application Quarter

Description

Criteria

UW Bothell Annual Scholarship 

Fall An annual scholarship fund that provides need-based scholarships for UW Bothell students. Applicant is "high-need" in the Student Database or expresses high-need in their personal statement.

UW Bothell Alumni Student Support Endowed Fund

Spring & Fall Undergraduate, graduate or certificate students who are enrolled at UW Bothell.  Candidates who clearly demonstrate qualities of character and leadership, exhibit a strong commitment to community service, and exhibit a strong commitment to academic achievement. The UW Bothell Alumni Council is the core of an active UW Bothell alumni community providing opportunities for lasting engagement, collaboration and networking while supporting the mission, vision and goals of UW Bothell.  Scholarship recipients are encouraged to become active alumni members upon their graduation.

Natalie K. Lang International Student Scholarship

Spring This fund establishes an annual scholarship for international and immigrant students. The scholarship strives to support the philosophy that international and cultural exhange promotes and nurtures global understanding by facilitating personal relationships between students and scholars of different cultures. The scholarship will be awarded on the basis of an essay that articulates the applicant's thoughts on how international study has influenced their life, any local or global community service, involvement or significant contributions to UWB, financial need, academic success/improvement, and future goals. F-1 international student or student who is an immigrant to the United States

Richard C. and Lois M. Worthington Endowed Scholarship

Spring The purpose of this endowment scholarship is to provide financial assistance to undergraduate, graduate and certificate seeking students attending UW Bothell.  Merit-based scholarship; preference given to candidates with a 3.5 GPA or higher

Boeing - Computer & Software Systems

Spring & Fall Boeing Scholarships in Computer Software Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and Business are awarded based on academic excellence in the prioritized academic areas and demonstrated need.  Preference given to underrepresented and ecomonically disadvantaged students (including women). Students must have authorization to work in the US on a full-time basis; Recommended GPA of 3.2 or higher, high scholarship merit, and excellent leadership and communication skills. Interest in the aerospace/defense or cyber security industry preferred.

Boeing - Electrical Engineering

Spring & Fall Boeing Scholarships in Computer Software Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and Business are awarded based on academic excellence in the prioritized academic areas and demonstrated need.  Preference given to underrepresented and ecomonically disadvantaged students (including women). Students must have authorization to work in the US on a full-time basis; Recommended GPA of 3.2 or higher, high scholarship merit, and excellent leadership and communication skills. Interest in the aerospace/defense or cyber security industry preferred.

Boeing - Business Administration

Spring & Fall Boeing Scholarships in Computer Software Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and Business are awarded based on academic excellence in the prioritized academic areas and demonstrated need. Preference given to underrepresented and ecomonically disadvantaged students (including women). Students must have authorization to work in the US on a full-time basis; Recommended GPA of 3.2 or higher, high scholarship merit, and excellent leadership and communication skills. Interest in the aerospace/defense or cyber security industry preferred.

Richard & Anne Penny Endowed Student Support Fund

Fall The purpose of this endowment shall be to provide support for undergraduate and graduate students. Expenditures may include, but should not be limited to, expenses for approved curriculuar and co-curricular activies. Support will be granted based on good academic standing and financial need.  

Kenyon Chan & Shirley Hune Endowed Student Support Fund

Fall The purpose of this endowment shall be to provide support for undergraduate and graduate students. Expenditures may include, but should not be limited to, expenses for approved curriculuar and co-curricular activies. Support will be granted based on good academic standing and financial need.  

Wells Fargo Diversity Scholarship

Fall   Have overcome substantial barriers in reaching their academic goals, and/or Have shown significant academic progress;financial need; Preference is given to freshman  and sophomore students and first generation students

Sandra Martin Roberts Memorial Scholarship

Fall The scholarship was created in recognition of Sandra Martin Roberts by her sister.

The donor is establishing this scholarship to help a nontraditional student in financial need who is pursuing a degree in Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences program with a specific interest in improving the lives of women.

The scholarship is available to a full-time student that has been admitted to or is currently enrolled in the Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences School at University of Washington Bothell. Preference will be given to nontraditional students who have completed lower-division studies at the University of Washington Bothell or will transfer from Washington state community college. In addition to having achieved a strong academic record, candidates shall have an interest in improving the lives of women. Financial need will be given strong consideration.

Marv Workman Business Scholarship

Spring  The memorial scholarship is offered through the support of the Woodinville Rotary Club and is designed to assist a student admitted to the University Of Washington Bothell School Of Business at the equivalency of junior standing in upper division college work.