Diversity & Inclusion
Funded by the Wenatchee Valley Lions Club, this scholarship supports single parents in North Central Washington.
Preference will be given to active members of the U.S. Military or Military Reserve; U.S. Military Veterans; and spouses and children of active members or veterans.
Supports WVC students pursuing a career in special education. Established by Dorothy and Lawrence Spanjer in honor of their son, Corky, who has Down syndrome.
Both Ernest and Audrey were educators, working at CWU and WVC, respectively. This scholarship is available to all students at WVC, regardless of financial need or program of study.
This scholarship supports students that are the first in their family to attend college. Recipients may be pursuing careers in healthcare or education.
Ken and Sharon Doop established this scholarship to support students that have persevered through reading-related difficulties.
This scholarship supports female students who have had a significant break in their education. Recipients must be enrolled in an allied health program at WVC.
This scholarship supports students that were previously enrolled in adult basic education courses at WVC and are now pursuing an associate degree at WVC.
This scholarship supports students that are members of a LGBTQ community group.
This scholarship supports students from Okanogan County or students attending Wenatchee Valley College at Omak.
This scholarship supports DREAMers enrolled at Wenatchee Valley College.