WSU Vancouver is unique. The average student age is 25. Forty-three percent of students are first-gen, meaning neither of their parents attended college. Thirty-five 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.
LGBTQ+ Empowerment Endowed Scholarship at Washington State University Vancouver This scholarship supports students who are active leaders in the LGBTQ+ community, participate in LGBTQ+ groups at the university, or have overcome challenges related to their identity while pursuing their educational goals.
WSU Vancouver Cougar Food Pantry The Cougar Food Pantry provides free, nonperishable items to students in need of food. In a recent study, over 38 percent of Washington students reported experiencing food insecurity in the last month. Food requests for the Cougar Food Pantry have doubled this year. Your gift will ensure there is always a resource for students facing food insecurity.
WSU Vancouver Scholarship Fund Scholarship support is vital to providing students the financial backing they need to earn their degrees. More than 82 percent of WSU Vancouver students rely upon financial support to pay for their education.
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