UWB General Scholarships available during spring quarter round

UW Bothell Spring General Scholarships

 

Scholarship Name

Description

Criteria

UW Bothell Alumni Student Support Endowed Fund

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.

Biella Foundation First Gen. Student Scholarship

This scholarship is given to a student who is the first person in their family to attend a four year college or university and is enrolled in UWB as a full-time student. This scholarship is brought to you by the Biella Foundation and its founder Mart Bert as a $12,000 per academic year fund.  This scholarship is available to to full-time, first-generation UWB students  who are admitted and is currently enrolled. Primary consideration will go towards those who show more financial need, and those who show deep commitment to their area of study along with a strong background in giving back to their community all while keeping up with their grades.

Biella Foundation Seattle Community College Transfer Student Scholarship

This scholarship is given to a student who is the first person in their family to attend a four year college or university and is enrolled in UWB as a full-time student. This scholarship is brought to you by the Biella Foundation and its founder Mart Bert as a $12,000 per academic year fund.   This scholarship is available to to full-time, first-generation UWB students  who are admitted and is currently enrolled. Primary consideration will go towards those who show more financial need, and those who show deep commitment to their area of study along with a strong background in giving back to their community all while keeping up with their grades.

Biella Foundation Veteran's Support Scholarship

This scholarship is given to a student who is a veteran in good standing or active military personnel enrolled in UW Bothell as a full-time-time student. This is a $12,000 per academic year scholarship. Full-time student that has been admitted or currently enrolled in UWB with a preference to Veterans and active military who are working towards the completion of a bachelor's degree in any field at UWB. We are also looking for financial need and community engagement. 

Boeing - Computer & Software Systems

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

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. This is a $2,500 scholarship.  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

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. This is a $2,500 scholarship. 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 - Mechanicle Engineering 

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. This is $2,500 scholarship.  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.

School of STEM - Undergraduate 

This scholarship if given to a student who is an admitted student in the School of Science, Technology Engineering and Math. This is $2,000 scholarship. The School of STEM is available to any full-time student that has been admitted to or is currently enrolled in the School of STEM. We will be looking for financial need, community service driven, and commited to their field of study all while in good acadmeic standing. 

Richard C. and Lois M. Worthington Endowed Scholarship

This scholarship is to provide assistance to students attending to University of Washington, Bothell who demonstrate outstanding academic performance, commitement to the community and financial need. Washington resident, entrolled as a matriculatyed student in a degree or certificate program, can be enrolled in part-time or full-time, can be seeking a bachelors or be in a graduate program and 2019 transfer students allowed,

Kenyon Chan and Shirley Hune Endowed Support Fund

This Endowment shall be to rpovide support for undergraduate and graduate students at the University of Washington Bothell. Award is $800. Support will be granted based on good academic standing and financial need. 

Lang International

This scholarship is to benefit UWB International Students and to honor Natalie Lang and her service to the UWB community.

Lang International Scholarchip is offered to provide tuition assistance to UWB students who:

  • Are currently on an F-1 visa or those who have become permanent residents of the U.S within the past 5 years
  • Demonstrate outsanding commitment to the local and/or global community
  • Have significant financial need

Promising Scholars Fund

All students with high financial need All students with high financial need

Doreen and Ralph Boy

Undergraduate students in the school of STEM with high financial need Undergraduate students in the school of STEM with high financial need

Richard and Anne Penny

The purpose of this endowment shall be to provide support for undergraduate and graduate students at the University of Washington Bothell. Expenditures may include, but should not limited to, expenses for approved curricular and co-curricular activities (Expenditiures should include items that a student would otherwise have to pay for out of pocket-travel and/or conference fees, lab fees, books, etc...) Support will be granted based on good academic standing and financial need

Wolf and Sandy Yeigh

Third or fourth year students pursuing a STEM degree who demonstrates a commitment to promoting women in science Third or fourth year students pursuing a STEM degree who demonstrates a commitment to promoting women in science

Preston and Jill Simmons

All undergraduate students All undergraduate students

Warren Buck

The Warren Buck Scholarship is given to an undergraduate student from an under-represented background who is enrolled at UW Bothell and who is working on interdisciplinary or multidisciplinary academic work. The scholarship is available to a full-time undergraduate student from an under-represented population in his or her junioror senior year who has at least a 3.0 GPA. The succesful applicant will demonstrate intellectual curiosty in coss-disciplnary fields, learning enjoyment, and civic engagment.