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Washburn University Scholarships

There are 28 scholarships available at Washburn University.

Barbara L. Buzick Art Scholarship

Study level

Undergraduate

Eligibility requirements

Students must be a highly qualified freshman.

Application details

Students must provide a digital portfolio, an application letter, a transcript and two letters of recommendation.

Value details

No information available

Application deadline

Expected February 2017

Marcoux Leadership Scholarship

Study level

Undergraduate

Eligibility requirements

Students must be incoming freshmen with GPA of 3.0 and ACT scores of 26 will be considered for this scholarship, which replaces the scholarship for new students. Current students with cumulative GPAs of 3.25 will also be considered.

Application details

Paper applications for this scholarship must be received by the School of Business by February 15.

Value details

No information available

Application deadline

Expected February 2017

Academic Scholarships for New Students

Study level

Undergraduate

Eligibility requirements

Students must be freshmen with cumulative GPA of 3.0 and ACT composite scores of 24. Transfer students with cumulative college GPAs of 3.25 are also eligible.

Application details

Students must fill out an online application by February 15th. To maintain their eligibility, students must declare a major in business by the end of their first semester at Washburn.

Value details

No information available

Application deadline

Expected February 2017

Dr. Robert H. Glazier Sciences Scholarship Fund

Study level

Undergraduate

Eligibility requirements

Students must be majoring in the chemical and/or biological sciences. Current students must be enrolled in at least one chemistry course at the level of CH 151 or higher each semester, maintain a 3.00 GPA in chemistry and overall in courses taken at Washburn University, have participated in the Chemistry Club and other departmental activities requiring student involvement and be enroll in 12 credit hours each semester. Incoming freshmen should have a ‘B’ average in all completed high school work, a ‘B’ average in all completed college work for transfer students, a combined ACT score of 25 or above. They should declare a major in chemistry, enroll in CH 151 or higher numbered chemistry course, and participate in the Chemistry Club and other departmental activities requiring student involvement. Half of the scholarship is awarded for the first semester at Washburn, with the remainder awarded at the beginning of the spring semester, with the expectation the chemistry course is passed with a grade of ‘B’ or better.

Application details

Students must submit the application form, also send a copy of their high school and college (if applicable) transcripts. A letter of support from their most recent chemistry teacher or guidance counselor may be helpful but is not required and send it to Dr. Stephen Angel, Department of Chemistry, Washburn University, 1700 SW College Avenue, Topeka, KS 66621.

Value details

$600 - $1500 for B.S. degree and $500 - $1200 for B.A. degree.

Application deadline

Expected February 2017

Cliff Burton Scholarship

Study level

Career based/Vocational

Eligibility requirements

Students must be criminal justice majors.

Value details

No information available

Mark L. and Lucile L. Bennett Scholarship

Study level

Undergraduate

Eligibility requirements

Students must be full-time undergraduate student enrolled in the School of Applied and Continuing Education.

Value details

No information available

Newell and Virginia Feeley Scholarship

Study level

Undergraduate

Eligibility requirements

Students must be majors in human services or social work. Preference is given to students in gerontology.

Value details

No information available

St. Francis Hospital and Medical Center Radiation Therapy

Study level

Career based/Vocational

Eligibility requirements

Students must be radiation therapy majors.

Value details

No information available

Quinby/Ann Henderson Scholarship

Study level

Career based/Vocational

Eligibility requirements

Students must be full or part-time upperclassmen majoring criminal justice or social work.

Value details

No information available

Mary Carswell Lempenau Scholarship

Study level

Career based/Vocational

Eligibility requirements

Students must be radiation therapy majors, with preference given to women.

Value details

No information available

Karl Menninger Scholarship

Study level

Career based/Vocational

Eligibility requirements

Students must be majoring in criminal justice.

Value details

No information available

Criminal Justice Scholarship

Study level

Career based/Vocational

Eligibility requirements

Students must be criminal justice majors.

Value details

No information available

Robert T. Price Scholarship Fund

Study level

Career based/Vocational

Value details

No information available

Sharron Sue Parks Scholarship

Study level

Career based/Vocational

Eligibility requirements

Students must be majoring in radiation therapy.

Value details

No information available

Elaine Duffens Scholarship

Study level

Undergraduate

Eligibility requirements

Students must be Masters of social work who are enrolled in a minimum of eight hrs. Preference is given to women.

Value details

No information available

Dr. Phillip Sisk Memorial Scholarship

Study level

Career based/Vocational

Eligibility requirements

Students must be majoring in radiation therapy and radiologic technology.

Value details

No information available

Charles/Margaret Pollak Scholarship

Study level

Career based/Vocational

Eligibility requirements

Students must be full-time students in allied health.

Value details

No information available

Jane Ayers McAleavey Scholarship

Study level

Career based/Vocational

Eligibility requirements

Students must be women studying botany or biology.

Value details

No information available

Kenneth/Irene Rowley Scholarship

Study level

Career based/Vocational

Eligibility requirements

Students must be allied health students.

Value details

No information available

Altrusa Club Memorial Scholarship

Study level

Career based/Vocational

Eligibility requirements

Students must be studying in the areas of allied health or office, legal and technology. Preference is given to women with a 2.5 GPA.

Value details

No information available

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