FIND FUNDS

Alan R. Spence Transfer Student Fund

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To provide support to Transfer Students to the UW. It is donor's intent that distributions from the endowment to be used at the discretion of the Dean of Undergraduate Academic Affairs.

Bonderman Travel Fellowships for Undergraduate Students Fund

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Undergraduate travel fellowships, primarily for undergraduates participating in the university-wide Honors Program.

Carlson Leadership Endowment Operating Fund

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Provides students with scholarship support to work on a community project of their choice. This fund presents visionary students, with a financial need, the resources necessary to apply their academic work to a community problem or project.

Clue Gift Fund

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The CLUE Gift Fund supports our late-night study center that serves thousands of students every year through the purchase of teaching supplies, study tools, and refreshments.”

Counseling Center Support Fund

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The Counseling Center provides mental health counseling, outreach, prevention programming, and crisis intervention for enrolled students at no financial charge.  Our goal is to reduce the likelihood that a student will not succeed academically or professionally due to life events or circumstances.  The Counseling Center also provides consultation for parents, faculty, staff, and students who are concerned about the well-being of a UW student.  The Counseling Center is a part of Student Life.

Friends of Pipeline Gift Fund

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Creates new and innovative academic programs for undergraduate community outreach, provide students with financial support to participate in Alternative Spring Break, and allows students to participate in extensive, regional service-learning programs. Donors receive the Pipeline newsletter, invitations to special Pipeline sponsored events, and are recognized as a supporter of Pipeline and Undergraduate Academic Affairs in various publications.

Homeschoolers at UW Scholarship

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To provide scholarships to entering and continuing UW students who have earned a homeschool high school diploma and will be involved with the Advocacy Project at UW and contribute to Homeschool Admissions Day of the following year.

Honors Scholarship Fund

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Provides support to juniors and seniors in the Honors program on the basis of outstanding academic performance in one of the three disciplinary areas (Natural Sciences, Humanities, or Social Sciences).

John W. and Marjorie L. Hall Opportunity Fund

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To provide support to either graduate or undergraduate students who are part of the first generation in their families to attend college.

Live The Dream Scholarship Endowment

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To support entering freshmen who have in the UW Dream Project program at selected high school campuses.

Mary Gates Discretionary Fund

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Provides program support for marketing and promoting of scholarship opportunities throughout the campus. Funds will also be used for scholarship receptions, recognition and awareness.

Mary Gates Scholar Alumni Fund

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To support excellence in the undergraduate education to create new opportunities for students to become independent learners and community leaders. This fund will supplement the operating budget of the Mary Gates Endowment for Students.

Shih Chun and Mamie Kwoh Wang Endowed Scholarship

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Financial assistance to undergraduate students. Selection based on academic merit; preference shall be given to students who have a deep cultural experience with Asia, either through their life experiences, studies, or family connections.

Teaching Academy Awards

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Funds programs that promote and support effective teaching and learning at the UW, such as workshops, seminars and faculty retreats.

The Dream Project Scholarship Fund

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To support UW students who have participated in the Dream Project while they were attending high school. To be used for tuition and fees, housing and food, books and other related expenses.

The Friedman-Hechter Endowed Student Scholarship

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The purpose of this endowment is to provide assistance to undergraduate students in the Honors Program in the Office of Undergraduate Education.

Priority Funds

Undergraduate Academic Affairs Fund for Excellence

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Provides essential, unrestricted support to maintain the excellent programs and academic services sponsored by Undergraduate Academic Affairs. These funds help support new and innovative programs for undergraduate students and faculty and staff, such as CLUE, First Year Programs, and the Carlson Center. Dean Edward Taylor allocates resources from this fund to meet emerging needs and opportunities.

Friends of Jumpstart Gift Fund

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Jumpstart is an early literacy program connecting college students as tutors & mentors with 3-5 year old preschool children from low-income communities.

Friends of the Honors Program

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Supports the growth and operation of a dynamic Honors Program. Funds are used for events and programs, including guest faculty and speakers, Honors thesis research, and travel for Honors students to regional and national conferences.

Edward E. Carlson Endowment for Leadership

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Provides students with scholarship support to work on a community project of their choice. This fund presents visionary students, with a financial need, the resources necessary to apply their academic work to a community problem or project.

Undergraduate Research Program Gift Fund

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This fund supports the Undergraduate Research Program such as the Undergrad Research Symposium, hiring students, providing scholarships, & travel for conference/workshop presentations. Food approval is requested to provide food for related events.

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