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U of W Eleanor Davis Pinkham Scholarship

This award is made in honor of a Roosevelt High School graduate who went on to graduate from the University of Washington.



Criteria:

The scholarship will be awarded to a Roosevelt High School graduate entering the University of Washington as a freshman. Selection will be made based on academic achievement, extracurricular involvement and financial need.

Procedure:

Application includes: a completed application form, a letter of recommendation from a teacher, counselor, or other school administrator, three brief statements describing involvement in extracurricular activities, academic achievements/goals, and financial need, and a copy of high school transcript. Applications are mailed to Roosevelt High School for distribution and must be completed by mid-May.

Contact:

Undergraduate Scholarship Office
Mary Gates Hall
Suite 310
Box 352803
Seattle, WA 98195-2805
Tel: (206) 221-6023
Fax: (206) 616-3554
Email: scholarq@u.washington.edu

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