Washington’s public and independent four-year colleges and universities have recognized the outstanding accomplishments of the members of the All-Washington Academic Team by offering a variety scholarship support. Below is the growing list of the support offered to the 2015 All-Washington Academic Team members who transfer to their institutions. Institutions are still sending in their confirmation for 2015. Please check back for new updates.
PUBLIC BACCALAUREATE INSTITUTIONS
Central Washington University
Central will offer $1,200 scholarships to any member of the 2015 All-Washington Team who enrolls in the University in fall 2015. Contact: Kelley Christianson, Associate Director of Student Financial Services, , 509-963-1611.
Eastern Washington University
One $2,000 scholarship
Eastern is offering a $2,000 scholarship to one member of the 2015 All-Washington Team to attend the university Fall 2015 – Spring 2016. If more than one team member enrolls, Eastern will determine who receives the scholarship through a competitive application process. If the recipient maintains a 3.5 cumulative GPA, the scholarship may be renewed for a second year — totaling $4,000.
Eastern further encourages team members to apply for their Transfers Academic Honors Scholarship and EWU Phi Theta Kappa Scholarship by applying at ewu.edu/eaglenet, under the Financial aid tab before Feb. 15, 2015.Contact: Kandi Teeters, Assoc. Director, EWU Financial Aid Scholarship Office, (509) 359-6384,
The Evergreen State College
The Evergreen State College is offering a $1,500 scholarship to any member of the 2015 All-Washington Team who enrolls at the college. Contact: Michele Elhardt, Scholarship Program Coordinator, (360) 867-6310,
Washington State University
Ten $1,000 scholarships
Each year, Washington State University will award scholarships to ten All-Washington Academic Team members who transfer to any of the university’s campuses. The $1,000 scholarships are non-renewable. If more than ten team members enroll in WSU, the university will determine who receives the scholarships.
WSU encourages interested team members to notify Student Financial Services as soon as possible by contacting Heather Morgan, Assistant Director - Program Administrations, Student Financial Services, or (509) 335-9711. [mention the All-Washington Academic Team]
Western Washington University
Western recognizes the accomplishment of these students with a guaranteed minimum of $2,000 in scholarship to any 2015 All-Washington Team members who enroll in the University. Contact: Jess Savage, Associate Director of Admissions, , (360) 650-3440.
University of Washington
Ten $6,000 scholarships
UW will award tuition waiver scholarships to ten 2015 All-Washington team members who transfer to the Seattle, Bothell or Tacoma campuses. Each award will have a maximum value of $6,000 and will be distributed over a two-year period ($3,000 maximum each year). Recipients must enroll in at least 12 credits each quarter and make satisfactory progress toward a degree. If more than ten team members enroll in UW, the university will determine who receives the scholarships.
UW encourages team members interested in transferring to notify the university of their intentions as soon as possible: Contact Carlos Williams, Office of Admissions, Suite 320 Schmitz Hall, Box 355852, 206-221-5416, fax: 206 685-3655
INDEPENDENT BACCALAUREATE INSTITUTIONS
Three $1,500 scholarships
Gonzaga University is offering up to three $1,500 scholarships to 2015 All-Washington Academic Team members who enroll at the college for the 2015-2016 academic year. If more than three team members enroll, Gonzaga will determine who will receive the scholarship. Contact: Jim White, Dean of Student Financial Aid at or 509-313-6568.
Two $1,000 scholarships [CHECK BACK: AWAITING CONFIRMATION FOR 2015]
Heritage University will award a $1,000 scholarship to two All-Washington team members who transfer to any of the university’s campuses for the 2014-15 academic year. The $1,000 scholarships per academic year are non-renewable. If more than two team members enroll in HU, the university will determine who receives the scholarships.
Contact: Oscar Verduzco, Director of Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships, at or 509-865-8502.
Pacific Lutheran University
Five $1,000 scholarships
Pacific Lutheran University is offering up to five $1,000 scholarships to 2015 All-Washington Academic Team members who enroll at the university. If more than five members enroll, PLU will determine who receives the scholarships. Contact: Kay W. Soltis, Director of Financial Aid, 253-535-8725 or (mention the All-Washington Academic Team)
Saint Martin's University
$5,000 scholarships [CHECK BACK: AWAITING CONFIRMATION FOR 2015]
Saint Martin's University will offer $5,000 scholarships to any All-Washington Academic Team member who enrolls at the university. In addition, Saint Martin’s offers scholarships of $1,000 for PTK members with a 3.5 cumulative GPA who have completed an associate’s degree or have junior standing. Contact: Scott Schulz, Dean of Enrollment, , (360) 438-4490.
Seattle Pacific University
Seattle Pacific University (SPU) is offering $10,000 in SPU transfer merit based scholarship(s) to any member of the 2015 All-Washington Team who enrolls full time at SPU with and a cumulative GPA of 3.50 or above and completes their transfer degree prior to enrolling at SPU. Contact: Jason Chivers, Asst. Director of Admissions by e-mail at or call 206-281-2566.
$9,000, $12,000 or $15,000 scholarships
Seattle University will award $9,000, $12,000 or $15,000 transfer scholarships to all admitted, qualifying transfer students who have completed at least 36 credits dependent on GPA (3.25 minimum). As follows:
$15,000 per academic year; 3.75 - 4.0 cumulative transfer GPA.
$12,000 per academic year; 3.5 - 3.74 cumulative transfer GPA.
$9,000 per academic year; 3.25 - 3.49 cumulative transfer GPA.
Post-baccalaureate students are not eligible for the scholarship. Contact: Gwen Jackson, Assistant Director of Admissions, or 206-296-5811.
University of Puget Sound
Three $2,000 scholarships
The University of Puget Sound is proud to offer up to three $2,000 scholarships to All-Washington Team members who enroll at Puget Sound. The All Washington Team scholarships will be granted in addition to other academic scholarships students might also receive. If more than three team members enroll, the University will determine who receives the scholarships. Each recipient must be enrolled as a full-time student for at least three (3.0) units per semester. The scholarship is renewable up to a maximum of ten semesters, provided the student meets the guidelines for satisfactory academic progress. Interested students are encouraged to notify the University of their intentions as soon as possible. Contact: Chelsea Noble, Admission Counselor, (253) 879-3979 (direct) or
Walla Walla University
Walla Walla University is offering $1,000 scholarships to any member of the 2015 All-Washington Academic Team who enrolls at the university. Contact: Trevor Congleton, Associate Vice President for Marketing and Enrollment Services at , or (509) 527-2256. [Mention the All-Washington Academic Team]
Five $2,500 scholarships
Whitman College is offering five $2,500 scholarships to 2015 All-Washington Academic Team members who enroll at Whitman. If more than five team members enroll, the college will determine who receives the scholarships. Contact: Tyson Harlow, Asst. Director of Financial Aid or (509) 527-5178.
Three $1,500 scholarships
Whitworth University is offering up to three $1,500 scholarships to 2015 All-Washington Academic Team members who enroll at Whitworth. These scholarships are in addition to Whitworth’s $9,000-$15,000 transfer academic scholarships. If more than three team members enroll, the university will determine who receives the scholarships. Contact: Greg Orwig, VP of Admission and Financial Aid, or (509) 777-4580.