Whitworth Bound Scholarship
Incoming freshmen and transfer students from the state of Washington who meet all requirements for the College Bound Scholarship may be entitled to receive the Whitworth Bound Scholarship, which covers 100 percent of Whitworth tuition (using federal, state and university funds). Admitted College Bound-eligible freshmen who submit their FAFSAs to Whitworth and have a 3.5 cumulative, weighted high school GPA, or, if home-schooled, have a 1700 SAT (2400 scale)/1220 (1600 scale)/25 ACT super score, will automatically receive the Whitworth Bound Scholarship. Likewise, admitted College Bound-eligible transfers who submit their FAFSAs to Whitworth and have a 3.25 cumulative college GPA will automatically receive the Whitworth Bound Scholarship, which can be renewed as long as the student maintains College Bound Scholarship eligibility and meets satisfactory academic progress requirements. To be considered automatically, just apply for admission to Whitworth University and submit your FAFSA.
College Bound Scholarship
The College Bound Scholarship program is an early commitment of financial aid from the state of Washington. To be eligible, students must sign up for the program in middle school, graduate from a Washington high school or home school program with a 2.0 GPA or higher, be a good citizen and not be convicted of a felony, apply to an eligible college and complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) in a timely manner. They must also have a family income that falls within 65% of the state's median family income. The amount of the scholarship is based on tuition and an allowance for books at a public university; the full amount of the scholarship is applied to tuition, room and board costs at Whitworth.
Description: Awarded to students from an underrepresented racial or ethnic population (Hispanic, Asian American, African American, or Native American or Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander) OR to students who, during the past three years, have lived in a culture outside their own in which they have been a part of a significantly underrepresented population for a year or more.
Application: Admissions application
Renewal: Up to four years
Deadline: None listed
Whitworth University Alumni Scholarship
Description: Awarded to incoming students who are dependents of Whitworth University alumni
Application: Admission's application
Renewal: Up to four years
Deadline: None listed
Whitworth Donor-Sponsored Scholarships
Scholarships established by individual donors, corporations and foundations are available for students currently attending Whitworth full time. These scholarships are generally greater than $500 and less than $5,000. The Donor-Sponsored Scholarship Application for currently enrolled Whitworth students planning to return for the 2017-18 academic year is now LIVE for application. The priority deadline to submit your application is March 15, 2017, but the earlier you submit your application, the better your chances of being awarded a scholarship.
Whitworth Partnership Scholarships
Whitworth partners with a number of outside organizations to coordinate scholarships for Whitworth students:
Spokane Scholars Program
Spokane Scholars grant recipients will be awarded a Whitworth match equal to the grant amount received through Spokane Scholars for their freshman year only. Match amounts will be $4,000, $3,000, $2,000 or $1,000, depending on which Spokane Scholars academic category the student is awarded.
National Merit Scholarship semifinalists
National Merit semifinalists who advance to finalist standing and enroll at Whitworth University are eligible to receive the $2,000 Academic Achievement Scholarship, which is renewable for up to four years. Please contact the Whitworth Financial Aid Office if you qualify for this scholarship.
The Whitworth University Financial Aid Office requests that all expected outside scholarships be reported to our office by phone, by email or by clicking on this
easy online form. We will include these scholarships in your financial aid award. This information is also used by the student accounts office to recognize outside scholarships as a resource toward your costs and to reduce the amount you owe the university Tips for finding and applying for outside scholarships.
Outside-scholarships database maintained by Whitworth
Whitworth maintains a database of outside scholarships. Information about these scholarships is sent to us by various organizations (none of which is endorsed by Whitworth), and while we do our best to validate this information and to keep it up to date, we ask that you use discretion when applying for any outside scholarship. Please click here to
access the outside-scholarship database.