Scholarship Resources

Honors Awards and Other UW Opportunities

A number of scholarship awards are available to incoming UW students that have been accepted to the Honors Program - a complete list is available at our Incoming Freshman Scholarships page. No application is necessary for these - students are evaluated for scholarship consideration as we make our admissions decisions.

Read about our scholarships for incoming freshmen »

The Honors Program administers a number of scholarships for current students, typically applied for and awarded during the Spring quarter. You must be a student in good standing with the Honors Program to be eligible for these awards.

Read about our scholarships for current UW Honors students »

Husky Promise Program for Washington Residents

The University of Washington believes that students from all economic backgrounds should have the opportunity to attend the University of Washington. Finances should not be a barrier to getting an education. With the Husky Promise program the UW promises to cover the cost of tuition for students who otherwise could not afford to attend.

Learn more about the Husky Promise's requirements and benefits »

Other UW Scholarship Information

For more information about non-Honors scholarship opportunities at the University of Washington, please visit The UW Scholarship Gateway.

Office of Merit Scholarships, Fellowships & Awards

The Office of Merit Scholarships, Fellowships & Awards (OMSFA) provides University of Washington students with information about many of the local and national merit-based scholarships, fellowships, and grants, including the Rhodes Scholarships, Marshall Scholarships, Fulbright Grants, and the Mary Gates Endowment Grant Program. We help to prepare UW students to compete for nationally competitive, merit-based scholarships and awards.

Learn more about the Office of Merit Scholarships, Fellowships & Awards »

Washington NASA State Space Grant Consortium offers educational and research programs related to NASA's missions on Earth and in space. They also serve as a NASA point of contact for Washington residents. Space Grant programs include college and university scholarships, graduate fellowships, research opportunities, courses, teaching resources, public events and more through a network of affiliate institutions around Washington state.

Learn more about the Washington State Space Grant program »

The Baccalaureate Honors (summa cum laude, magna cum laude, cum laude) requirements for the 2007-2008 academic year have been posted. For an overview of the criteria and links to the GPA requirements by school or college, please visit the UW Seattle Baccalaureate Honor GPA Requirements page.

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