Below, you will find various sources of financial aid to help make your Whitworth education affordable.
Financial-aid resources at Whitworth
Whitworth Academic Scholarships and other general types of scholarships available through Whitworth, not including endowed scholarships.
Whitworth EducationUSA Scholarship: To encourage students to take advantage of the resources EducationUSA offers to prepare students for study in the United States, Whitworth University is offering a $1,000 scholarship to any student who is registered at an EducationUSA center around the world and is admitted to Whitworth and enrolls. This scholarship would be in addition to any academic scholarship ($14,000 to $22,000 per year) and/or need-based institutional grants (amounts vary) for which the student qualifies.
Estella Baldwin Scholarship: Sophomore, junior, senior, or graduate student., 3.0 cumulative GPA, full-time student at Whitworth University. Financial need is a consideration. May be renewable by applying each year.
Baugh Family Scholarship: Must be pursuing a degree to prepare for a career in health and human services (i.e. education, ministry, nursing, etc.). Students from developing countries will be given first consideration. A student's desire to return to his/her home country to serve as a leader/worker to improve health and human services will be taken into consideration. Financial need is also a consideration.
Below are some links to websites that offer outside scholarships: