Washington State Scholarships
Washington State Society, Daughters of the American Revolution, offers the following scholarships:
Catherine Marie Elvins and Naomi Libby Elvins — The applicant must be a female student from the State of Washington who desires to attend, or is attending, the University of Washington Medical School and who has expressed a sincere desire to specialize in obstetrics and/or gynecology. An application packet may be obtained from the University of Washington Medical School.
Sarah Soule Patton — The applicant must be a college student of American history, going into the senior year, who is an American Citizen. The applicant must be recommended by the financial aid office at his/her school to be considered. Applications are available at the following schools: Washington State University, Whitman College, St. Martin University, Pacific Lutheran University, University of Puget Sound, Gonzaga, Whitworth, Eastern Washington University, Seattle Pacific University, University of Washington, Western Washington University, Central Washington University, and Seattle University.
Weber-Riemcke-Schreiner — Applications are available in January from the financial aid offices of the following universities: Washington State, Western Washington, Central Washington, and Eastern Washington. The scholarship is for tuition only in graduate studies. Selection is based on financial need, grade average, and other considerations. Applicants may apply for a second year’s tuition.
Additional information and applications for the above three scholarships may be obtained from the colleges and universities named.
Clydie Kohn Rossman Scholarship is available to a Native American student who will be attending a vocational or academic school of higher learning. The amount and number of scholarships offered may vary from year to year. For more information contact the committee chair, Pat Ewers.
The National Society Daughters of the American Revolution (NSDAR) awards multiple scholarships to students showing dedication to the pursuit of degrees in diverse disciplines including history, law, nursing, education, and many more. The various NSDAR scholarships each have different requirements and procedures which must be followed to apply for the scholarship.
No affiliation with DAR is necessary unless specified. All applications must be received on or before the deadline indicated for each specific scholarship.
Scholarships, Requirements and Forms
For more information about available scholarships, requirements, and application forms, provided by the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution, please visit the Scholarship page on the web site of NSDAR.