Scholarships from Special Requirement Funds are awarded to students meeting the criteria listed. These scholarships are not necessarily need-based. Scholarships are awarded to individuals attending colleges, universities and trade schools.
Awards from these funds are pursuant to the criteria listed below and are not necessarily need-based. You should read the description carefully to see if you qualify.
- Betty Rae and Luetta Anderson Fund - for graduates of Walla Walla High School who plan to continue their foreign language education at the collegiate level (preference for students studying German).
- Bayne Family Fund - for graduates of Walla Walla High School active in student government.
- Larry Jay Brittain Memorial Fund - for graduates of Walla Walla County high schools who were active in youth baseball. Applicants must demonstrate a desire to pursue higher education and an academic ability to achieve. Financial need will be considered.
- Terry Copple Fund - for graduates of Walla Walla High School who wish to major in visual arts at the college level or at a special art school. Applicants must have attained at least average scholastic achievement and demonstrate financial need.
- Bobby Cox Memorial Fund - for Walla Walla County or Milton-Freewater, Oregon, high school senior of Latino descent with outstanding leadership qualities and financial need.
- Ralph and Elsa Emigh Fund - for Columbia, Garfield and Walla Walla County and Milton-Freewater, Weston and Athena, Oregon, high school graduates who have demonstrated merit or who have financial need, irrespective of academic achievement or class rank.
- Keith P. and Helen C. Fenner Fund - for Columbia, Umatilla or Walla Walla County high school graduates who can demonstrate extraordinary examples of leadership and good citizenship. Applicants must cite specific leadership roles and citizenship activities.
- Edward F. Fields Memorial Fund - for Walla Walla County 4-H or FFA graduate attending Washington State University with interest in livestock, veterinary medicine or extension services.
- Marilyn Jensen Memorial Fund - for graduating seniors of Weston-McEwen High School in Athena, Oregon, who have a 2.5 gpa or higher and have been active in extracurricular programs (sports, music, student government or drama). Applicants must demonstrate good citizenship, good school attendance and above-average effort. Preference is given to applicants 1) seeking a degree in engineering, 2) seeking a degree in a health-related field and 3) attending a Christian college seeking a degree in ministry/humanitarian service.
- Jim Kibler Agriculture Fund - for students attending college or specialized vocational agri-business programs in anticipation of careers in farming, animal sciences (including veterinary medicine), natural resources management, agriculture technology, ag marketing and ag management (preference to individuals from Washington, Oregon and Idaho with farming or cattle-raising backgrounds).
- Northwest Grain Growers - for graduates of Walla Walla, Waitsburg, Prescott, Touchet, DeSales and McLoughlin High Schools, Walla Walla Valley Academy and “at large” candidates who are members, children of members or children of employees of Northwest Grain Growers, Inc. These scholarships are four-year scholarships of $1,000 per year and require that college students maintain a 2.75 gpa and be enrolled full-time. Scholarships are based on merit. Applicants applying only for this scholarship are not required to submit a FAFSA and tax return or complete the Financial Information section of the application form.
- Tichi-Groom Fund - for Walla Walla or Umatilla County high school graduate whose parent must be in fire-fighting service, paid or volunteer; or city/county law enforcement officer (preference for Athena or Milton-Freewater students).
- Ann Weatherill Memorial Scholarship Fund - for graduates of Garrison Middle School who have demonstrated academic excellence and with financial need.
- O. A. and Marion White 4-H Scholarship Fund - for active 4-H members.