Suspended Programs

The following programs have been suspended for new recipients, however previously selected recipients continue to be served.

Washington Scholars

2014-15 MAXIMUM AWARD AMOUNTS
(Awards vary by institution)

For Washington Scholars selected in spring 2010, or earlier,
who have remaining scholarship eligibility.
 University of Washington
$10,188
 Washington State University
$10,277
 4-Yearr Private, Semester-based Institutions
$10,277
 4-Yearr Private, Quarter-based Institutions
$10,277
 Central Washington University
$7,147
 Eastern Washington University
$6,635
 The Evergreen State College
$7,062
 Western Washington University
$7,280
 Public Community Colleges
 (15 credit max., may vary by school)
Up to $3,600
 Public Technical Colleges
 (15 credit max., may vary by school)
Up to $3,600


More information about Washington Scholars is available on our partner site: Ready, Set, Grad.

Washington Award for Vocational Excellence (WAVE)

The WAVE program is jointly administered by the Washington Student Achievement Council (WSAC) and the Workforce Training and Education Coordinating Board (WTECB). The WTECB is the primary administrator responsible for program policy and recipient selection. WSAC serves as fiscal agent for payment of the monetary scholarship.

The annual identification and recognition of new WAVE scholarship recipients has been suspended until further notice.

WAVE recipients in spring 2010 or earlier, who have not yet fully used their monetary benefit conferred, remain eligible to receive the balance of their monetary scholarship benefit, subject to funding availability.

Eligible recipients may use the scholarship for undergraduate level coursework at the public two-year and four-year colleges and universities as well as accredited private colleges, universities, and licensed private vocational schools in Washington.
 

2014-15 MAXIMUM AWARD AMOUNTS
(Awards vary by institution)
For WAVE recipients selected in spring 2010, or earlier, who have remaining eligibility
University of Washington$11,319
Washington State University$11,418
4-Year private, Quarter-based$11,418
4-Year priate, Semester-based$11,418
Central Washington University$7,941
Eastern Washington University$7,372
The Evergreen State College$7,846
Western Washington University$8.088
Public Community Colleges
(15 credit max. May vary by school.)
$4,000
Public Technical Colleges
(15 credit max. May vary by school.)
$4,000
Private Vocational Schools$11,418

Statutes and Rules (RCW 28C04; RCW 28B.76.670; WAC 250-85).  For additional information about Washington Scholars or WAVE, contact Ann Voyles at 360.753.7843

Future Teachers

For questions about existing Future Teachers awards, contact Mary Knutson at fut@wsac.wa.gov (360.753.7845).

Get Ready for Math and Science

For questions about existing Get Ready awards, contact Mary Knutson at grms@wsac.wa.gov (360.753.7845).

Health Professionals Conditional Scholarship

The purpose of the Health Professional Scholarship program is to attract and retain students pursuing careers in health care to serve in areas of Washington State that are experiencing critical shortages in health care providers. This conditional scholarship program gave financial assistance to students training to become primary care health professionals.  In return for financial assistance, students agreed to provide primary health care services in rural or underserved urban areas that are designated as health professional shortage areas. The program has been suspended for new applicants since 2010.  Previous recipients are completing their service obligation.