With financial assistance and scholarship funding, students realize the freedom to participate fully in on-campus leadership opportunities, advanced research, academic clubs, and civic engagement. Scholarships also represent an affirmation, a vote of confidence that powerfully influences our ability to recruit and retain students all the way through to graduation.
College graduates statistically live longer and healthier lives, participate more fully in community service and leadership roles, experience greater job satisfaction, and rely far less on government assistance. Studies also confirm they are eventually able to provide better educational opportunities for their children. So by empowering a young person’s learning experience, scholarships help create a ripple effect that not only impacts families for generations but also improves the well-being of entire communities. In this way we meet the future head-on, preparing future leaders for global challenges yet unimagined.
View our Cost of Education Flyer for more information about the WSU cost of attendance and how endowed scholarships can help offset those expenses for our students and their families.
Please consider a gift to support WSU scholarships:
Crimson Opportunity Scholarship Fund
Gifts of any size to support WSU’s Crimson Opportunity Scholarship Fund help improve affordability and access, and creates opportunities for students to learn, grow, and flourish at Washington State University.
Endowed or Named Scholarships
You can create a named endowed scholarship with a gift of $25,000 or more. Once you decide to create an endowment, a development professional will work closely with you to help define the features of your endowment to meet both your wishes and the needs of the University. Contact the WSU Foundation to get started.
Additional opportunities to support scholarships at WSU
Director of Development
Student Affairs & Enrollment