Scholarship Applications Now Open

Click to download the Scholarship Guide

Click to download the Scholarship Guide

Application Deadline: February 15

Note: a few scholarships have other deadlines, please be sure to read each scholarship criteria carefully! 

The Community Foundation of NCW is now accepting Scholarship Applications for 2015. Over 90 scholarships are available to students in the North Central Washington Region.

The Scholarship Guide lists all scholarships available with award amounts, criteria, and required materials.

Each scholarship has its own set of criteria, and we urge students to reach them carefully. Not all scholarships require students to have top academics – many focus on students that have scholastic potential and/or have the greatest financial need.

There are a few steps students need to take before starting an application. Be sure to read the instructions carefully and preview the Scholarship Guide before applying.

Visit www.cfncw.org/scholarships to learn more and apply.

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