The financial aid office has gathered information on current outside scholarship opportunities (PDF) for your convenience. Please research any scholarship offered outside of the university, and keep in mind that scholarship applications should be free.
Here are some additional resources to help you in your search:
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The Pacific Northwest Scholarship Guide allows you to sort through merit-based scholarship data, matching your characteristics with available scholarships. The printed guidebook and online database are designed to work together so that you can sort a list of matching scholarships online, view or print the list and then review individual scholarship profiles in the book or on the Web site.
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