- As seniors, we shared many experiences at the UW—one of those was buying textbooks every quarter. We know all too well how costly books can be. Luckily, we have the chance to help future students with that expense with the creation of The Class of 2005 Textbook Scholarship.
- This endowed scholarship provides small grants to several students each year who need assistance affording the cost of textbooks.
- Give to this Fund
The Class of 2005 Textbook Scholarship Fund is a collective gift from the graduating class of 2005. The scholarships are awarded to deserving members of the current senior class.
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The UW Foundation must receive applications no later than 5:00 p.m., Friday, August 1st, 2014.
The purpose of this endowment is to provide assistance to undergraduate students in their final year at the University of Washington. The Class of 2005 Endowed Textbook Scholarship is established as part of the Class of 2005 Senior Class Gift. The Senior Class Gift Council of 2005 created this award to help ease the financial burdens of additional textbook costs of future UW Seniors as they finish their education. Over 900 members of the Class of 2005 made gifts in order to make this endowment possible.
Students must be University of Washington Seniors graduating no later than summer 2015, have a 3.3 minimum grade point average, and be able to demonstrate involvement in and relevance of extra-curricular activities to their academic, career and/or professional goals. Activities can be research, internships, service, leaderships, or other experiential activities.
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Project Manager for Special Markets
Seattle, WA 98195
Phone: (206) 616-0490