Available scholarships are as follows: 

Neighborworks of G.H.  (1) – Carpentry Student
Sterling Hispanic (2) – Hispanic Student
Weatherwax Endowment (6) – Performing Arts or Library Science Major
Aberdeen Rotary/Carol Hunt (1) – Aberdeen Grad; pursuing degree in teaching, English or literacy
Bob and Wanda Bush (1) – Preference given to a Pacific County graduate
Volney & Yetive Easter (1) – Sophomore; 3.0 GPA; social science major, psychology or sociology preferred
Grays Harbor Chapter of Washington Credit Unions (1) – Sophomore; 3.0 GPA; Any area of study
Chris & Jo Pickering (1) – Nursing Student; 3.0 GPA; Preference given to Montesano graduate with financial need
Linnenkohl Family (1) – Music Major
Ocean Shores Lions Club (1) – Entering freshman from North Beach High School
Liz Preble (1) – Open to all students
Little Hoquiam Boat (4) – Diesel “A-Team” students
Seeley Retraining (2) – 2.5 or better GPA; Preference given to displaced worker; any major
Grays Harbor Poggie Club (1) – Natural Resources student
*Natural Resources students apply separately, please see Todd Bates for scholarship application*


Scholarship recipients must be enrolled full-time during the 2009-2010 school year to receive their scholarships. In addition, recipients will be expected to attend the Recipient and Donor Recognition Ceremony to meet the donors who make their scholarships possible. Recipients will be notified about the date of this important event as soon as possible.

Be sure to answer all questions honestly, as scholarships are available for all types of people.  Please note that students will be disqualified from being awarded a scholarship if they misrepresent themselves in any way. Applicants will be notified by mail of the results of their applications sometime in early November. No information will be given over the phone prior to the letters being mailed.


How do I apply?

You MUST use INTERNET EXPLORER to complete the application; other browsers will not allow you to complete the application at this time. Please save often, the pages will time-out (refresh) after a fairly short amount of time, causing you to lose your unsaved work.  Save your application often to avoid losing your information.


To begin, click the "START HERE" button on the right side of the page. This will allow you to create a username and password so you may save your work and come back to it later. Applications are due Thursday, October 22, 2009 no later than 11:59 pm Pacific Time, no exceptions! You are required to submit two letters of reference with an original signature and one copy of your most recent unofficial transcript by scanning and uploading the documents to your application.


If you do not have access to a home scanner you can visit our Media Center located on the bottom floor of the Library #1515 on our main GHC campus (Monday – Thursday 8:00 am – 5:00 pm), they will be happy to assist you. The best time to visit is Monday & Wednesday 1:00-3:00 pm and Friday 10:00 am – 1:00 pm.


You will be asked to answer a personal statement or essay question depending on the scholarship. We highly recommend that you complete your work in Microsoft Word or a comparable program, then copy and paste your answer into the box provided. The online application does not notify you of grammatical or spelling errors.


Who can I contact if I have questions?

Eric Potts
School / College Relations

Cindy Jasper 
Financial Aid Office
Jessica Huff
Foundation Office



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Please Note: The availability of scholarships for the 2009-10 school year is subject to change throughout the application process. This means that you may initially see a scholarship for which you appear to be eligible but, because the scholarship may not be supported for the next year, a scholarship may disappear from the list of scholarships available to you.



Thank You!

Grays Harbor College and Grays Harbor College Foundation thank the many individuals, corporations and organizations who have allowed thousands of students to receive an education. If you are interested in donating to a scholarship fund or starting a new scholarship at Grays Harbor College, please contact the Foundation office at 360-538-4243.