The Martin Family Foundation is happy to provide a Martin Honors Scholarship at the University of Washington. This study program is available for applicants who are considered for the superior strength of character, intellectual ability, a sense of purpose, and leadership and service to the community.
The Martin Family Foundation Honors Scholarship Program enables Washington State Community College students of exceptional ability and outstanding achievement to complete their baccalaureate degrees at the University of Washington Seattle Campus.
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Who May Eligible
- This scholarship is open to both transfer students, who are not part of running start, and start-up students meet all eligibility requirements.
- Applicants must be Washington State residents who meet any one of the following three categories are US citizens, US Permanent Residents, and Eligible for in-state tuition through HB 1079 qualification.
- Candidates must be currently attending or have attended a community college in the state of Washington.
- Students must have earned a minimum of 36 credits at a Washington State Community College by the time they matriculate at the University of Washington. Students who hold an associate’s degree are encouraged to apply.
How to Apply
If you are interested to apply for this scholarship, then you need to click here for additional information and to access the online application.
Applicants will use the online application form to submit the following materials a completed online application form, including basic biographical information, educational information, a brief description of your career goals and their connection to your academic plan, along with 4 short response questions:
- What are the two most significant courses you have taken at the community college in preparation for your career? Briefly explain why these courses were the most significant? (Limit 500 words)
- Describe an activity or experience that has been important in shaping, clarifying, and/or strengthening your motivation to pursue an undergraduate degree in your proposed field of study. Why do you think this particular activity or experience influenced you? (Limit 500 words)
- Describe a recent particularly satisfying experience or activity at either work, community service, or with your family (do not repeat the experience described in the previous question). (Limit 600 words)
- What additional personal information do you wish to share with the Martin Scholarship Review Committee? (Limit 500 words)
Activities resume or curriculum vitae listing honors, awards, scholarships, service, research, work experience, etc.,
- Current transcripts from all community colleges/universities attended. Unofficial transcripts are accepted, two letters of recommendation. Applicants will register their recommenders in the online application, which will generate an email with instructions to the recommender for submitting their letter online.
Candidates will receive Award Amount Up to $12,000 per year, renewable up to three years through this Martin Honors Scholarship.
Application Deadline: Application for the 2019 Martin Honors Scholarship is now open and the last date for application is July 8, 2019.