Providing scholarships to students continues as the organization’s top priority. CSUWA has contributed over $500,000 in scholarships to students at CSU since 1979, and more than $380,000 since 1993. Each year we raise money through membership fees, tax deductible donations, and sales of cards and gifts. CSUWA also administers numerous named scholarships.

For the 2020-21 academic year, 24 scholarships, including named scholarships, ranging between $1,000 and $5,000.

Supporting Our Scholarships

You can be a part of our scholarship efforts by making a donation.

Make a donation online to CSUWA’s scholarships through CSU’s Advancing website.

Or print and use this scholarship donation form.

How to Apply

To apply for scholarships, complete the CSU Scholarship Application (CSUSA). The deadline is March 1st at 11:00 p.m. (MST).

CSUWA Scholarships and Named Donor Scholarships

CSUWA Scholarships

Andrea Seipel
Mikaela Elder
Tricia Fadness

CSUWA Scholarship in memory of Margie Clyma
Courtney Schinner

CSUWA Scholarship in memory of Beverly Doig
Natalie Jones

CSUWA Scholarship in Honor of the Creative Cards Interest Group

Yvonne Schramm

Romerta F. Cook Memorial Scholarship

Anna Mathews

John and Pat Venable CSUWA Scholarship

Aleah Harris

Genny and Warren Garst Scholarship (Natural Sciences)

Hazel O’Doherty
Meilin Kalahiki

Ruth C. Moyer CSUWA Scholarship

Hailey Stafford

Nancy M. Yeager Memorial Scholarship

Alexander Caswell

Ardith Briggs Kerst Scholarship

Gregory Wojciechowski
Kacie Couch

Patricia Ann Harper Memorial Scholarship

Emily Kearney

Shirley Knox Memorial Scholarship

Melissa Ramsbottom

Ralph R. and Fern Howard Briggs Scholarship

Thomas Elsenbast
Dayna Rodrizuez

Stella Morris Payne Scholarship

Thanh Tu Nguyen

Lilla B. Morgan Scholarship

Mieiam Alzamily

Maybelle “Mic” Frantz Memorial Scholarship

Katherine Coviello

Patricia Lovelock Grant Memorial Scholarship

Delray Echohawk

David and Shirley Ames Scholarship

Samantha “Sammie” Beck