WSU Vancouver is unique. The average student age is 26. Forty-five percent are first-gen, meaning neither of their parents attended college. Thirty-one percent are students of color. Six-percent of students are veterans.
Support of the WSU Vancouver campus community, especially vulnerable and underrepresented students, is paramount. Thank you for your commitment to building an unforgettable, outstanding experience for all WSU Vancouver students.
Second Chance Scholarship at WSU Vancouver This scholarship fund supports students who are one to three semesters from graduation and, due to financial pressures, are at risk of dropping out of school. This scholarship keeps undergraduate students enrolled at the very moment they are in arm’s reach of completing their degree.
LGBTQ+ Empowerment Scholarship at Washington State University Vancouver This scholarship supports students who are active leaders in the LGBTQ+ community, LGBTQ+ groups at the university and have overcome challenges related to their identity, while pursuing their educational goals.
Working Parent Scholarship Fund Many WSU Vancouver students struggle to balance their educational goals with work and raising a family. This scholarship was established to support working parents who want to work hard and be productive with the help of a higher education degree.
Undergraduate Research Fellowship at WSU Vancouver This fund allows undergraduate students the ability to partner and work side-by-side with faculty on research initiatives. This type of funding is critical in engaging undergraduate students in research while supporting the growing demands of faculty research at WSU Vancouver. The students involved in this program gain hands-on experiences that greatly enhance their education and create discovery.