Most institutional scholarships are awarded automatically during the admission process and renewed during the process of financial aid awarding. A limited number of scholarships do require separate applications. These scholarships will be updated for the upcoming academic year by February 15th.
Students must be enrolled full-time each semester in order to be eligible for a Willamette scholarship.
- Eric W. Paulson Endowed Scholarship
A rising junior who is an active member of the Theta Delta chapter of the Kappa Sigma fraternity and has held a leadership role in Kappa Sigma. Student must have a cumulative GPA of at least 3.0
- Katie Redmond Memorial Scholarship
A full time undergraduate who has successfully completed one year and has a 2.5 GPA or higher is eligible to apply. Preference is given to active members of Alpha Chi Omega sorority. Recipient will demonstrate leadership potential and exhibit qualities of character worthy of emulation.
- Loren and Muriel Winterscheid Scholarship
Junior standing by the upcoming fall semester, Washington resident who lives in the region west of the crest of the Washington Cascade Mountains and north of the southern border of Pierce County. Recipient will have made recognized contributions to the well-being of the Willamette University community.
- Mary Stuart Rogers Scholarship
Student must be junior standing by the upcoming fall semester, have a cumulative 3.0 GPA or higher, and have full time enrollment. Student must maintain a 3.0 GPA during the award year[s]. Recipients will demonstrate qualities such as dedication, compassion, patience, sensitivity, self-discipline, integrity, and leadership. Faculty recommendations and student essay are required.
- Taul Watanabe Scholarship
-Must be of Japanese-American descent -Born in the US with at least one Japanese great-grandparent or great-great-grandparent