Scholarships

 

Erling O. Mork and Ryan Petty Scholarship

The Erling O. Mork and Ryan Petty Scholarship ($2,500) is offered to Urban Studies or Sustainable Urban Development majors who will be enrolled full-time for a least one quarter in the forthcoming academic year. The awarding of the scholarship will be based on academic interest/motivation and academic achievement. To be eligible to receive the award, applicants must be admitted to Urban Studies or Sustainable Urban Development and enrolled full-time for at least one quarter during the 2014/15 academic year.

The recipient of this award will be named at the Urban Studies End-of-Year Awards Ceremony on June 11, 2014. This celebration is open to ALL Urban Studies and Sustainable Urban Development majors and GIS certificate students. You need not be a graduating senior to attend. More event information forthcoming. Please stay tuned!

Deadline to submit scholarship application is Friday, April 11, 2014.  

 

Urban Field Experience Travel Scholarship

Urban Field Experience Travel Scholarships ($1,250 each) are offered, on a competitive basis, to Urban Studies or Sustainable Urban Development majors who have been accepted to participate in an International Programs course offered by an Urban Studies faculty member. The awarding of the scholarships will be based on academic interest/motivation and academic achievement. To be eligible to receive the award, applicants must be Urban Studies or Sustainable Urban Development majors and be accepted to participate in an International Programs course offered through the Urban Studies Program. Applications will be reviewed and awardees will be selected by the Urban Studies faculty.

The deadline to submit applications is Monday, March 10, 2014.

Recipients of an Urban Field Experience Travel Scholarship will be notified by March 17, 2014. A maximum of eight (8) grants will be awarded for 2014. Successful applicants will be required to submit a brief report upon completion of their travels that summarizes the experience and discusses lessons learned in connection with their Urban Studies/Sustainable Urban Development degree program.

General UW Tacoma Scholarships