Named in honor of nationally renowned educator and former vice chancellor for students, John B. Ervin, the Ervin Scholars program selects students based on their accomplishments in four areas: academic excellence, leadership, community service, and diversity. Gifts to this fund will increase this program’s endowment and make it possible for generations of students to receive […]
Gifts to the OLLI Scholarship Fund are used to subsidize enrollment fees for those who would like to participate but require monetary assistance.
The Washington University Pride Alumni Network (WUpan) honors one undergraduate and one graduate student annually with a scholarship award. Recipients are either members or allies to the LGBTQIA+ community who successfully demonstrate a commitment to leadership through co-curricular engagement.
The Annika Rodriguez Scholars program recognizes students of exceptional merit who demonstrate academic and leadership achievements, as well as a passion for community service. Applicants demonstrate their commitment to, or a history of, bringing diverse groups together and celebrating the cultures of different people.
Named in honor of James E. McLeod, former vice chancellor for students and dean of the College of Arts & Sciences, the McLeod Scholars Program selects scholarship recipients who demonstrate academic achievement, commitment to serving others, leadership potential, and exceptional character.
McDonnell International Scholars are selected on the basis of their promise to become future leaders in academia, government, the professions, or the corporate world. The academy provides academic, cultural, and social opportunities to help scholars develop into future leaders who are knowledgeable about the world and critical international issues.
Named in honor of nationally renowned educator and former vice chancellor for students, John B. Ervin, the Ervin Scholars program selects students based on their accomplishments in four areas: academic excellence, leadership, community service, and diversity. Contributions to this fund are unrestricted and will be put to immediate use for additional costs associated with Ervin […]
Established in 1976 and renamed in 1995 in honor of the late Elizabeth Gray Danforth, this scholarship covers full tuition at Washington University and is awarded to outstanding St. Louis Community College transfer students
Established in 1995, this scholarship is awarded to full-time Washington University students in good academic standing who contribute to the diversity of the Washington University community.
Established in 1998, the Danforth Scholars Program selects students who have demonstrated leadership in service and a strong commitment to community. Danforth Scholars are also known for their leadership in service, intellectual and creative acuity, a commitment to diversity and kindness.