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Whitworth University is widely regarded as one of the best higher-education values in the Western United States. A Whitworth degree is a great investment for the student who seeks to prepare for a successful career and a life that makes a difference in the world. We recognize that this investment is significant, and we are committed to partnering with families to keep a Whitworth education within reach.

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SPOTLIGHT SCHOLARSHIP

ICW Scholarships
Whitworth University is a proud member of the Independent Colleges of Washington (ICW).  ICW is now taking applications for six scholarship opportunities with varying criteria, one of which is to attend one of the ICW member colleges.  Online applications, including supplemental materials, must be submitted to ICW no later than March 16, 2015.  To access the application and eligibility criteria, please visit the ICW website.

National Presbyterian College Scholarship
The National Presbyterian College Scholarship program was created in partnership with the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.)'s related colleges and universities. This program seeks to assist Presbyterian students attending Presbyterian related schools. Twenty-five to thirty students will be selected for the award.  Eligible applicants will be Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) members, entering college in fall 2015, who demonstrate financial need. To maintain eligibility the student must remain enrolled at a Presbyterian related college and achieve a 2.5 grade point average.  Award amount is $1,500 plus a $500 Whitworth match.  To access the application and further eligibility criteria, please visit the PCUSA website. The deadline is March 1, 2015.

Whitworth University is committed to delivering a mission-driven educational program that cultivates in students the capacity to engage effectively across myriad dimensions of diversity; therefore, the university complies, in its admissions and financial aid policies, with all federal, state and local non-discrimination laws that are applicable to religious nonprofit institutions and does not engage in unlawful discrimination on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, religion, age or disability.