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Washington Scholarship Coalition:
The Washington Scholarship Coalition (WSC) is a public/private partnership of nine organizations committed to increasing access to scholarships and financial aid for Washington students. WSC's site the theWashboard.org is a free, web-based scholarship matching clearinghouse for Washington students. To utilize Washboard.org, a scholarship seeker sets up a personal profile listing academic interests, extracurricular experiences, and other relevant information. WashBoard.org then compares the seeker's profile with the criteria of available scholarships. Students may use Washboard.org to apply for multiple scholarships, reusing essays and other materials as needed.
Additional Washington State Scholarship Resources
College Success Foundation
The College Success Foundation (CSF) has over ten years of proven experience, inspiring underserved, low-income students to finish high school, and providing the unique integrated system of supports and scholarships they need to graduate college and succeed in life. CSF works with public and private partners to ensure that our scholars receive the educational and financial incentives necessary to achieve their college and career dreams.
Washington Opportunity Pathways - Student Financial Aid Programs
Provided by the Washington State Higher Education Coordinating Board (HECB)
Washington state provides a variety of financial aid programs to help students and their families pay for college.
Following is a brief description for each program. The links will direct you to program-specific pages with information on eligibility, deadlines, and how to apply. (from the website)
Washington State PTA Scholarship Program
Each year, the Washington State PTA awards a limited number of scholarships to graduates from Washington State public high schools beginning their freshman year of post-secondary education in the United States. (from the website)