2017-2018 Application Deadline was April 7, 2017
Scholarships that are awarded in spring quarter are typically distributed in fall, winter, and spring quarters in the following academic year. Award amounts may vary from year to year and are subject to funds availability. Applications submitted are kept on file for the current academic year and reviewed for additional opportunities that may arise. All applicants will automatically be considered for any general department/college scholarships.
Huxley College sometimes offers scholarships with special application procedures and due dates. These opportunities will be announced via the Huxley College Student List Serve. (Note: Other university opportunities are listed below.)
Brand NEW Opportunity! Environmental Studies Technology Equity Award
The department of environmental studies is pleased to announce its new Technology Equity Award. The award aims to support historically under-represented students who are starting or continuing their environmental studies major. It is especially aimed at students who would benefit from having access to a state-of-the-art personal laptop, but due to financial need, do not currently have access to such technology. The award aligns with Huxley College’s goals of increasing student diversity and better supporting retention and success of historically under-represented students.
A state of the art laptop will be awarded each year to qualified students to keep for the duration of their studies contingent on maintaining eligibility criteria and to be returned prior to graduation. Applications are available in AH 217 or ES 539.
|Undergraduate Students Only|
GPA of 3.0 or higher.
Funds to be awarded to Huxley College students at the discretion of the Dean.
Full Time undergraduate majoring in Environmental Studies who plans to work in a field that benefits the environment. Financial need is a consideration.
Academic promise. Preference given to members of an underrepresented population and first generation college/college-bound students.
|Brooks Family Scholarship Fund – Main Campus|| |
Incoming Huxley College senior from WWU’s main campus. Applicants who have experienced personal struggles (single parent, caregiver, health issues, financial hardships, etc.), or provided service to our country, and demonstrate academic/research excellence should be considered.
|Brooks Family Scholarship Fund – Peninsulas Campus|| |
Incoming Huxley College senior from WWU’s Peninsulas campus. Applicants who have experienced personal struggles (single parent, caregiver, health issues, financial hardships, etc.), or provided service to our country, and demonstrate academic/research excellence should be considered.
Statement should include outlining commitment to conservation of public land and preservation of the natural environment and applicant's related career plans.
GPA of 3.0 or higher. Statement should include a description of applicant’s community involvement.
Undergraduate with special interest, aptitude, and aspiration in photography. Statement addressing applicant’s plans to use photography as a tool for environmental advocacy.
Undergraduate with an interest in disaster risk reduction. Statement outlining applicant’s interest in the emergency management field.
Environmental science student. Preference given to members of an under-represented population and first generation college students. Statement describing why they have chosen this path and how it relates to their goals.
Interested in, or accepted to, Huxley College of the Environment with a clear demonstrated financial need. GPA 3.0 or higher.
Sophomore (completed 46-90 credits by beginning of fall quarter) from the western portion of Washington state, with a 3.0 GPA or higher.
Undergraduate in Environmental Science. Senior standing (completed more than 135 credits by beginning of fall quarter). GPA 3.0 or higher. Statement describing applicant’s interest in terrestrial ecology.
Undergraduate transferring from a Washington State Community College.
Legal resident of Washington State. GPA of 3.0 or higher. Statement describing applicant’s community service, good character, and demonstrated ability.
|Undergraduate or Graduate Students|
|Scholarship Name||Scholarship-Specific Criteria|
|David Clarke Graduate Fellowship||Scholarship/fellowship for a Huxley College graduate student. Preference shall be given to a student interested in public policy.|
|Huxley Annual Scholarship||General scholarship for Huxley College students both undergraduate and graduate. Awarded at the discretion of the Dean.|
|Huxley College of the Environment Scholarship Endowment||General scholarship for Huxley College students both undergraduate and graduate. Awarded at the discretion of the Dean.|
|Rocky Spencer Memorial Scholarship||Undergraduate or Graduate student pursuing a degree to prepare for a career in wildlife biology. Demonstrated need for financial support. Statement should include description of how student is preparing for a career in wildlife biology. GPA 3.0 or higher.|
|Veterans Scholarship||Huxley College student who is a veteran of the U.S. Armed Forces. Preference given to student of non-traditional age who has worked while attending college. Statement should include description of service in the U.S. Armed Forces as well as employment held while attending college.|
Other Huxley College Funding Opportunities
- Aaron Edward Gastellum Memorial Scholarship
- Patrick L. Monahan Memorial Scholarship
- Dean's Fund for Sustainability Studies
- Dean and Sandy Blinn Travel & Research Fund
- Tommy Gaines Research Fund