WSU CAHNRS

College of Agricultural, Human, and Natural Resource Sciences

Current and Future Students

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Scholarships Change Lives – The Campaign for Students

For some students, a scholarship means the difference between attending school or not. As a college, we have always enjoyed strong support in this area – our donors understand the value of providing a hand-up. The Campaign for Washington State gives us an opportunity to shore up and expand scholarship support. Please view this short video about how Scholarships Change Lives.

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Videos about Our Majors

You asked, we answered: What can you do with a degree from CAHNRS? Check out this new series of videos about the career possibilities you’ll have with a B.S. or B.A. from our college.

We’ve got videos about all our undergraduate programs – just visit YouTube to get the low down on careers with a degree from CAHNRS.

Announcements

4th Annual Dr. Virginia Lee “Change the World” Fellowship Fundraiser

For more information visit cahnrs.wsu.edu/academics/
virginia-lee/fundraiser
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Raising $30 Million for Scholarships

The Campaign for Washington State gives us an opportunity to shore up and expand scholarship support. Our goal is ambitious. We want to raise $30 million during the course of the campaign to develop a comprehensive scholarship fund for the college. Read more »

The Scholarship Scoop

In addition to WSU’s one-step scholarship application process for new students (as well as this page for returning students), there are lots of non-WSU scholarships you may be eligible for. But how do you find them? There are a number of free search services you might try – but are they any better than a well-aimed Google search? Check out this review for info (scroll down for info on Googling scholarship – not all searches are created equal!). WSU also maintain a scholarship-search info page, as well as an updated list of private scholarship sources.

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