Thanks to the generous contributions of donors, Independent Colleges of Washington is able to provide over $1,000,000 in scholarships, financial assistance, and in-kind gifts to students attending our member colleges.
The scholarship application period for the 2015-16 academic year closed in March, 2015.
Scholarships for the 2016-17 year will be posted in January 2016.
Scholarship Descriptions and Essay Topics - Required essay topics and a closer look at some of the stories behind our scholarships
Scholarship Terms - Information about all our scholarships, including amount of the award, directions for applying and conditions of the scholarship
Checklist - Required steps for applying to ICW scholarships
General Scholarship Application and Details for Current College Students
Many of our awards do not require an application, and are selected by the college financial aid offices from eligible students. The scholarships detailed below, are selected by committee and require an application and essay. Some of our scholarships are focused on major, others on community service or place of residence.
The Garrett J. Goodchild Achievement Award
The scholarship application period for the 2015-16 academic year closed in March, 2015. Scholarships for the 2016-17 year will be posted in January 2016.
The Garrett J. Goodchild Achievement Award is open only to graduating seniors at Eastlake High School or Redmond High School who intends to enroll at any of the 10 independent colleges of Washington.
PDF: 2011-12 Scholarship Newsletter (May 2012)
2010-11 Scholarship Newsletter (May 2011)
2009-10 Scholarship Newsletter (Winter 2010)
TheWashBoard.org - Ad and spam free scholarship search for Washington students.