UW Bothell is committed to supporting our DACA students. Read the messages of support from UW President Ana Mari Cauce and from UW Bothell Chancellor Wolf Yeigh.
We have created a centralized website with all information currently known to UW Bothell. We will update it as new information and resources become available.
Please contact the Director of the Diversity Center, Miguel Macias at 425.352.5030 or firstname.lastname@example.org for further assistance. Read our story about Miguel and learn why the Diversity Center Director position was his calling.
The Diversity Center will host a second location for the Husky Food Pantry while the original Husky Food Pantry is located in Husky Village Community Center.
As you begin your search for funding to pay for your education, keep in mind that there are many resources that provide information about scholarships and other academic awards. Each student must research the scholarships available and find those that best match their skills, experience, interests, and goals. Explore the links below to begin locating scholarship and fellowship opportunities that will help support you during your academic career at UW Bothell.
If you have not already done so, you should begin your funding search by filling out a FAFSA. Many scholarship organizations will consider financial need when selecting award recipients.
Each year we offer general scholarships graciously endowed from individuals, organizations, UW Bothell alumni, businesses, and associations. These scholarships are available to students enrolled at UW Bothell. We have two applications per year:
UW Bothell General Scholarship (awarded for autumn -- spring quarters) application available in March online.
UW Bothell Winter & Spring General Scholarship (awarded for winter and spring quarters) application available online in autumn.
You may also view a list of our past scholarship winners or read through frequently asked questions about our scholarship process.
There are many sources of information for scholarships and other funding opportunities. Each student must research the scholarships available and find those that best match their skills, experience, interests, and goals. Many resources are designed to help students identify which scholarships best match their qualifications; there are several
private scholarship search sites that can assist you with this task.
Merit scholarships, fellowships, and awards are based on your future potential as demonstrated by your past achievements. The selection process takes into account your academic achievements, leadership accomplishments and community involvement and the awards sometimes include an internship or other service commitment. Some of the most prestigious and generous opportunities, such as the Fulbright, Beinecke and Carnegie Endowment Junior Fellowship, require nomination by your university.