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Scholarship funds provide critical support for students who have the ability and aptitude who need resources to help them reach their goals and aspirations. When you give – no matter what amount – you make a difference for a student, their families, and this community.

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WSU Tri-Cities is your university — whether that is literally the case because you are an alumnus or simply because we impact your community and the world. WSU Tri-Cities is an institution that educates your children at the university level, prepares a highly skilled workforce for employers, researches issues affecting local businesses and global needs and participates fully in economic development efforts. You know that your gifts to WSU Tri-Cities will make a real difference.

We Need You

Like every other university in the country, Washington State University Tri-Cities needs private, philanthropic support — your support. State funds alone cannot provide the resources required to achieve the vision of an even greater education for our students. We encourage you to help us to prepare graduates who are industry ready for employment and competitive on a global scale, who will become contributing members of society and make the world a better place.

We’re A Good Investment

Your gifts to WSU Tri-Cities remain here on this campus. We will use all the resources at hand to become recognized as a destination campus, valued for the depth and breadth of our academic quality, preferred for personalized education and smaller class sizes, known for our availability of scholarship assistance, and selected for accessibility of meaningful internship opportunities.

We know that every gift has a unique story behind it. We’d love to hear yours.

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WSU Tri-Cities Priority Funds
  • WSU Tri-Cities Chancellor’s Excellence Fund
    • The principal of this fund shall be used to provide support for the Chancellor’s office at WSU Tri-Cities and any emerging campus priorities or scholarships awarded at the discretion of the Chancellor.
  • WSU Tri-Cities College of Engineering Development Fund
    • The principal of this fund shall be used to provide support for the overall engineering program at WSU Tri-Cities.  It is the intent that this fund will be a vehicle by which multiple donors can contribute, as they support the growth of the engineering program at WSU Tri-Cities.
  • WSU Tri-Cities College of Science Development Fund
    • The principal of this fund shall be used to provide support for the overall College of Sciences program at WSU Tri-Cities.  It is the intent that this fund will be a vehicle by which multiple donors can contribute, as they support the growth of this program at WSU Tri-Cities.
  • WSU Tri-Cities Dynamic Student Engagement Fund
    • The principal of this fund shall be used to provide funds for enhancing student engagement through the promotion of club sports, arts on-campus, and any other activity deemed to fit the goal of creating an on-campus atmosphere of dynamic student engagement at WSU Tri-Cities.
Scholarship Funds by Colleges
  • WSU Tri-Cities Carson College of Business Scholarship Fund
    • Major: Business
    • Criteria: Undergraduate student only; 2.0 GPA
      • Bettendorf Printing & Design Scholarship
        • Major: Business
        • Criteria: Undergraduate student only; student must work while attending college; 3.0 GPA
      • Columbia Basin Chapter of the Society for Human Resources Management Scholarship
        • Major: Business Administration
        • Criteria: Undergraduate or graduate; student must demonstrate an interest in pursuing Human Resources Management; 3.0 GPA
      • Institute of Internal Auditors, Mid-Columbia Chapter
        • Major: Business Administration
        • Criteria: Undergraduate student only; 3.0 GPA
  • WSU Tri-Cities Education Scholarship Fund
    • Major: Education
    • Criteria: Undergraduate student only; 2.0 GPA
  • WSU Tri-Cities Engineering Scholarship Fund
    • Major: Engineering
    • Criteria: Undergraduate student only; 2.0 GPA
      • AECOM Scholarship
        • Major: Sciences, Engineering, Mathematics
        • Criteria: Undergraduate student only (includes new Freshman and/or transfer students); student who qualifies as “under-represented” (Hispanic, Native American, Pacific Islander, African American, women, and/or first generation to attend college); 3.5 GPA
      • Bob Norris Memorial/Northwest Technical Resources Scholarship
        • Major: Engineering
        • Criteria: Undergraduate certified Juniors or Seniors only; 2.5 GPA
      • Boeing STEM Women’s Scholarship
        • Major: Sciences, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics
        • Criteria: Female undergraduate; student must demonstrate an interest in a STEM major; 3.0 GPA
      • Spanner Family Engineering Scholarship
        • Major: Engineering
        • Criteria: Undergraduate Senior only; U.S. citizen or legal resident fo the United States; preference given to veterans of U.S. military service; community service and/or active in professional engineering association; 2.8 GPA
  • WSU Tri-Cities Liberal Arts Scholarship Fund
    • Major: Liberal Arts
    • Criteria: Undergraduate Sophomore, Junior or Senior student only; declared Liberal Arts major or must have strong interest in pursuing a Liberal Arts degree; 2.0 GPA
      • Hoogenboom/Wilkerson Liberal Arts Scholarship
        • Major: Liberal Arts
        • Criteria: Undergraduate or graduate student; demonstrated financial need; 3.0 GPA
  • WSU Tri-Cities Nursing Scholarship Fund
    • Major: Nursing
    • Criteria: Undergraduate student only; 3.0 GPA
      • Central Washington Diversity Scholarship Fund of the Group Health Foundation
        • Major: Nursing
        • Criteria: Undergraduate Junior or Senior only; demonstrated financial need; preference given to student who qualifies as “under-represented” (Hispanic, Native American, Pacific Islander, African American, women, and/or first generation to attend college); 3.0 GPA
      • Francois X. and Debra J. Forgette Nursing Scholarship
        • Major: Nursing
        • Criteria: Undergraduate student only; graduate of a Tri-Cities high school; 3.0 GPA
      • Hanford Retiree’s Association Scholarship
        • Major: Nursing
        • Criteria: Undergraduate Junior or Senior only; upon acceptance of award, requires attendance at Association’s dinner or meeting in December; 2.0 GPA
  • WSU Tri-Cities Sciences Scholarship Fund
    • Major: Science
    • Criteria: Undergraduate student only; 2.0 GPA
  • WSU Tri-Cities Viticulture and Enology Scholarship Fund
    • Major: Viticulture, Enology, Wine Business Management
    • Criteria: Undergraduate student; must be certified in Wine Business Management; 3.0 GPA
      • Southern Wine and Spirits Wine Business Management
        • Major: Wine Business Management
        • Criteria: Undergraduate student; must be certified in Wine Business Management; 3.0 GPA
      • Tri-Cities wine Society Scholarship
        • Major: Viticulture, Enology
        • Criteria: Undergraduate student only; demonstrated financial need; 3.0 GPA
WSU Tri-Cities Endowment Funds
  • Agar Family Endowed Scholarship
    • Major: Science, Engineering, Business majors only
    • Criteria: Undergraduate or graduate student; demonstrated financial need; 3.0 GPA
  • Battelle Scholars Endowment Fund at WSU Tri-Cities
    • Major: Mathematics, Science, Computer Science, Engineering; or Teacher Education with an emphasis in STEM disciplines at the primary or secondary level; (does not include Nursing)
    • Criteria: New Freshman only (Running Start disallowed as must have fresman status for the entire first year); graduate of a high school or home school in Benton or Franklin County, WA; demonstrated leadership; 2.0 GPA
  • Betty B. Bement-Adams Endowment
    • Major: Liberal Arts majors only
    • Criteria: Undergraduate student only; demonstrated community and/or campus leadership; 2.0 GPA
  • Carl Zangar Memorial Scholarship
    • Major: Engineering
    • Criteria: Undergraduate certified Junior or Senior only; preference given to students certified in Civil Engineering; 3.0 GPA
  • Curran Family Scholarship Endowment at WSU Tri-Cities
    • Major: Any offered at WSU Tri-Cities
    • Criteria: New Freshman only (Running Start disallowed as must have fresman status for the entire first year); graduate of Richland School District or Benton Franklin School District; preference given to students who demonstrated need, leadership potentional and community service; 2.0 GPA
  • Dr. Charles Skinner Science Scholarship Endowment
    • Major: Science (does not include Nursing)
    • Criteria: Undergraduate student only; demonstrated financial need; demonstrated service to the community and display of excellent citizenship; 3.0 GPA
  • George and Marianne Grant Tri-Cities Engineering Endowment
    • Major: Computer Science, Engineering
    • Criteria: New Freshman only; 2.0 GPA
  • Herbert M. Parker Memorial Fund
    • Major: Science (does not include Nursing)
    • Criteria: Undergraduate Junior or Senior and graduate student; 3.0 GPA
  • Institute of Management Accountants, Washington Tri-Cities Chapter Scholarship
    • Major: Business Administration with emphasis in Accounting, Accounting Information Systems or Finance
    • Criteria: Undergraduate Junior or Senior student only; preference given to students who demonstrated leadership potential; give service to the community and/or profession; 3.0 GPA
  • Kenneth L. Young Scholarship in Engineering Fund
    • Major: Engineering
    • Criteria: Undergraduate certified Junior or Senior only; U.S. citizen or legal resident of the United States; preference given to students demonstrating financial need; 3.3 GPA
  • Lee D. Philipp Electrical Engineering Scholarship Endowment
    • Major: Electrical Engineering (student does not need to be certified in this field to receive scholarship)
    • Criteria: Undergraduate or graduate student; demonstrated financial need; 2.0 GPA
  • Max E. Benitz Memorial Scholarship
    • Major: Environmental Science, Agriculture
    • Criteria: Undergraduate student only; demonstrated financial need; 2.0 GPA
  • Patricia J. Titzler Scholarship Endowment
    • Major: Computer Science; alternate field of study would be Engineering or Science (does not include Nursing)
    • Criteria: Undergraduate student only; preference given to female students 40 years of age and older, returning to pursue a college degree while raising a family; 2.5 GPA 
  • Patricia L. Startzel Memorial Scholarship at WSU Tri-Cities
    • Major: Any offered at WSU Tri-Cities
    • Criteria: Undergraduate student only; demonstrated financial need; female student who qualifies as “under-represented” (Hispanic, Native American, Pacific Islander, African American, women, and/or first generation to attend college); 2.0 GPA
  • Peter Smith Finance Excellence Endowment
    • Major: Business (Finance, Accounting, Business Administration and/or Management, Information Systems with Finance preferred; does not include Nursing)
    • Criteria: Undergraduate student (Sophomore, Junior or Senior only) or MBA student; demonstrated interst and/or aptitude for financial analysis and/or financial management; demonstrated ethical leadership potential; demonstrated service to the community and/or profession; 3.2 GPA
  • Ray & Marilyn Robinson Endowment Fund – WSU Tri-Cities
    • Earnings from this fund provide discretionary monies to be used for the benefit of the Washington State University Tri-Cities branch campus.
  • Ray and Chieko Whitlow Endowed Scholarship Fund at WSU Tri-Cities
    • Major: Any offered at WSU Tri-Cities
    • Criteria: Undergraduate Junior or Senior only; demonstrated financial need; preference given to Columbia Basin College (CBC) transfer student (if no eligible CBC transfer student, preference will be given to any transfer student); 2.0 GPA
  • Ronald and Susan Kathren Scholarship Endowment
    • Major: Science (natural-based sciences and/or any applied or specialized field derived from them including agricultural sciences; pre-medical, pre-dental, pre-veterinary, and pre-pharmacy studies; nursing, mathematics and statistics, engineering, and the history of science, but to no other area of study in the humanities)
    • Criteria: Undergraduate Junior or Senior or graduate student; U.S. citizen or legal resident of the United States; award based on merit; 3.5 GPA
  • Tri-City Herald/New Tribune of Tacoma Endowed Scholarship at WSU Tri-Cities
    • Major: Journalism, DTC, Marketing, Business
    • Criteria: Undergraduate student only; demonstrated financial need
  • William and Fanny Mitchell Scholarship Endowment
    • Major: Business
    • Criteria: Undergraduate student only; demonstrated student leadership; 2.0 GPA
  • William R. Wiley Endowed Scholarship
    • Major: Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics, Nursing
    • Criteria: New Freshman and/or transfer students only; students who qualify as “under-represented” (Hispanic, Native American, Pacific Islander, African American, women, and/or first generation to attend college); qualified students must submit an essay prior to final selection outlining how Dr. Wiley’s achievements are an inspiration to your personal pursuit of higher education, and how upon completing your education you will support others in Dr. Wiley’s memory as you have been supported); 2.0 GPA-incoming Freshman; 3.0 GPA-transfer student
  • WSU Tri-Cities Columbia Crimson Classic Scholarship Endowment
    • Major: Any offered at WSU Tri-Cities
    • Criteria: New Freshman only (Running Start disallowed as must have freshman status for the entire first year); graduate of a Tri-Cities high school; 3.0 GPA
WSU Tri-Cities Other Scholarship Funds
  • Anthony C. James/USTUR Scholarship Fund
    • Major: Natural-based sciences and/or any applied or specialized field derived from them, including pre-medical, pre-dental. pre-veterinary and pre-pharmacy studies; nursing; mathematics and statistics; radiological sciences; engineering and science education
    • Criteria: Undergraduate or graduate (full time); U.S. citizen or legal resident of the United States; awards shall be based on merit; 3.5 GPA
  • Benton Franklin School Retirees Association (BFSRA) Scholarship Fund
    • Major: Education
    • Criteria: Undergraduate or graduate; preference to student who has graduated from a high school or home school in Benton and Franklin counties or Burbank; who does or plans to student teach locally and desire to teach in the area; 2.5 GPA
  • Freshmen Scholarship Fund
    • Major: Any offered at WSU Tri-Cities
    • Criteria: New Freshman only (Running Start disallowed as must have Freshman status for the entire first year); 2.5 GPA
      • AECOM (HAAP) Scholarship at WSU Tri-Cities
        • Major: Any offered at WSU-Tri-Cities
        • Criteria: New Freshman only (Running Start disallowed as must have Freshman status for the entire first year); awarded to students in HAAP; 3.0 GPA
  • George & Marianne Grant Family Scholarship Fund
    • Major: Science, Engineering
    • Criteria: Undergraduate student only; demonstrated financial need; preference to students who desire to focus their studies and careers in sustainable energy and environmental solutions; demonstrated leadership potential; give service to the community and/or profession; 3.5 GPA
  • James Cochran Scholarship
    • Major: Mathematics, Science
    • Criteria: Undergraduate student only; preference given to demonstrated financial need; one male and one female student; 3.0 GPA
  • Kadlec Foundation Scholarship
    • Major: Nursing or healthcare field
    • Criteria: Undergraduate or graduate student; demonstrated financial need; preference given to employees and/or their families; 3.0 GPA
  • Mission Support Alliance STEM Scholarship
    • Major: Sciences, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) disciplines
    • Criteria: Undergraduate student only; preference given to students who qualify as “under-represented” (Hispanic, Native American, Pacific Islander, African American, women, and/or first generation to attend college); 3.0 GPA
  • WRPS Scholarships in Engineering & Sciences
    • Major: Engineering or Science (does not include Nursing)
    • Criteria: Undergraduate student only; 3.0 GPA
  • WSU Tri-Cities Carson Veterans Scholarship Fund
    • Major: Any offered at WSU Tri-Cities
    • Criteria: Undergraduate or graduate student; honorable discharge from the United States military; 2.5 GPA
  • WSU Tri-Cities Scholars Excellence Fund
    • The principal of this fund shall be used to provide student scholarships and support for the overall Scholarship Awards program at WSU Tri-Cities, including scholarship promotion, award recognition, and the Annual Scholarship event.  It is the intent that this fund will be a vehicle by which multiple donors can contribute.
      • AREVA Scholarship
        • Major: Engineering
        • Criteria: Undergraduate or graduate student; 3.0 GPA
      • Brutzman’s Office Solutions Scholarship
        • Major: Any offered at WSU Tri-Cities
        • Criteria: Undergraduate student only; demonstrated financial need; student mus work while attending college; 3.0 GPA
      • Commencement Speaker Scholarship
        • Major: Any offered at WSU Tri-Cities
        • Criteria: New Freshman only; 2.0 GPA
      • Deborah S. Pitman Memorial Scholarship
        • Major: Any offered at WSU Tri-Cities
        • Criteria: Undergraduate or graduate student; female student; work for a non-profit agency, be an active community volunteer, or demonstrate that education wil help her help others; demonstrated financial need; preference given to students who have overcome significant obstacles; 2.5 GPA
      • Soroptimist International of Three Rivers
        • Major: Any offered at WSU Tri-Cities
        • Criteria: Undergraduate or graduate student; female returning student; eligible for WASFA or FAFSA; preference given to female veteran; 2.5 GPA
      • TradeWind Services Veteran’s Scholarship
        • Major: Any offered at WSU Tri-Cities
        • Criteria: Undergraduate or graduate student; veteran who was honorably discharged from military service; demonstrated financial need; 2.5 GPA
      • Wine Industry Scholarship
        • Major: Viticulture, Enology
        • Criteria: Undergraduate student only; 3.0 GPA
      • WSU Tri-Cities General Scholarship
        • Major: Liberal Arts, Education, Business
        • Criteria: Undergraduate student only; 2.0 GPA
  • WSU Tri-Cities First Generation Excellence Fund
    • Major: Any offered at WSU Tri-Cities
    • Criteria: New Freshman only (Running Start disallowed as must have Freshman status for the entire first year); first in their family to attend college; 2.5 GPA
      • Stubblefield Trust Scholarship
        • Major: Any offered at WSU Tri-Cities
        • Criteria: New Freshman and transfer students only (transfer students must be from a regional community college); first generation student; students who qualify as “under-represented” (Hispanic, Native American, Pacific Islander, African American, women, and/or first generation to attend college); 2.5 GPA
      • Women Helping Women Fund Scholarship
        • Major: Any offered at WSU Tri-Cities
        • Criteria: Undergraduate or graduate student; female student registered as a member of WSU Tri-Cities’ TRiO program; first generation student; demonstrated financial need; 2.0 GPA
Development Funds by Colleges
  • BSEL Development Fund
    • The principal of this fund shall be used to provide support for the Bioproducts, Sciences, and Engineering Laboratory (BSEL) at WSU Tri-Cities, which includes research, faculty support, and graduate studies.  It is the intent that this fund will be a vehicle by which multiple donors can contribute.
  • Environmental Engineering Development – Tri-Cities
    • The principal of this fund shall be used to provide support for the Environmental Engineering program at WSU Tri-Cities.  It is the intent that this fund will be a vehicle by which multiple donors, alumni and community friends can contribute, as they support the growth of the Environmental Engineering program at WSU Tri-Cities.
  • GEAR UP Development Fund at WSU Tri-Cities
    • The principal of this fund shall be used to support early outreach activities fo the GEAR UP (Gaining Early Awareness and Readiness for Undergraduate Programs) at WSU Tri-Cities.  GEAR UP nurtures college interest in K-12 students in rural and underserved communities throught the entire Mid-Columbia region.  It is the intent that this fund will be a vehicle by which multiple donors can contribute.
  • WSU Tri-Cities Carson College of Business Development Fund
    • The principal of this fund shall be used to provide support for the overall Business program at WSU Tri-Cities.  It is the intent that this fund will be a vehicle by which multiple donors, alumni and community friends can contribute, as they support the growth of the Business program at WSU Tri-Cities.
  • WSU Tri-Cities College of Engineering Development Fund
    • The principal of this fund shall be used to provide support for the overall Engineering program at WSU Tri-Cities.  It is the intent that this fund will be a vehicle by which multiple donors, alumni and community friends can contribute, as they support the growth of the Engineering program at WSU Tri-Cities.
  • WSU Tri-Cities Education Development Fund
    • The principal of this fund shall be used to provide support for the overall Education program at WSU Tri-Cities.  It is the intent that this fund will be a vehicle by which multiple donors, alumni and community friends can contribute, as they support the growth of the Education program at WSU Tri-Cities.
  • WSU Tri-Cities Nursing Development Fund
    • The principal of this fund shall be used to provide support for the overall Nursing program at WSU Tri-Cities.  It is the intent that this fund will be a vehicle by which multiple donors, alumni and community friends can contribute, as they support the growth of the Nursing program at WSU Tri-Cities.
  • WSU Tri-Cities CAHNRS Development Fund
    • The principal of this fund shall be used to provide support for any activities and programs offered under the College of Agricultural, Human, and Natural Resource Sciences (CAHNRS) at WSU Tri-Cities.  It is the intent that this fund will be a vehicle by which multiple donors, alumni and community friends can contribute, as they support the growth of the CAHNRS program at WSU Tri-Cities.
  • WSU Tri-Cities Civil Engineering Development Fund
    • The principal of this fund shall be used to provide support for the Civil Engineering program at WSU Tri-Cities.  It is the intent that this fund will be a vehicle by which multiple donors, alumni and community friends can contribute, as they support the growth of the Civil Engineering program at WSU Tri-Cities.
  • WSU Tri-Cities Engineering Laboratory Development Fund
    • The principal of this fund shall be used to provide support purchase of lab equipment and supplies which will maintain or enhance instruction in any Electrical Engineering laboratory course at WSU Tri-Cities.  This could include but is not limited to electronic component, test equipment, computers and software, and paying part-time students to maintain the lab infrastructure. 
  • WSU Tri-Cities Faculty Fellows Excellent Fund
    • The principal of this fund shall be used to provide supportfor the hiring of Faculty fellows to build signature programs at WSU Tri-Cities, as identified by the Chancellor.  Funds may cover salary and benefits and any related expenses that support faculty responsibilities.  It is the intent that this fund will be a vehicle to which multiple donors can contribute.
  • WSU Tri-Cities Liberal Arts Development Fund
    • The principal of this fund shall be used to provide support for the overall Liberal Arts program at WSU Tri-Cities.  It is the intent that this fund will be a vehicle by which multiple donors, alumni and community friends can contribute, as they support the growth of the Liberal Arts program at WSU Tri-Cities.
  • WSU Tri-Cities Mechanical Engineering Development Fund
    • The principal of this fund shall be used to provide support for the Mechanical Engineering program at WSU Tri-Cities.  It is the intent that this fund will be a vehicle by which multiple donors, alumni and community friends can contribute, as they support the growth of the Mechanical Engineering program at WSU Tri-Cities.
  • WSU Tri-Cities Sciences Development Fund
    • The principal of this fund shall be used to provide support for the overall College of Sciences program at WSU Tri-Cities.  It is the intent that this fund will be a vehicle by which multiple donors, alumni and community friends can contribute, as they support the growth of the College of Sciences program at WSU Tri-Cities.
  • WSU Tri-Cities Student Affairs Development Fund
    • The principal of this fund shall be used to provide support for activities and programs of the Student Affairs Department, in their provision of student services that support student success, including but not limited to, such services as counseling, advising, mentoring, tutoring, specialists, staff professional development, and any other services deemed appropriate.  It is the intent that this fund will be a vehicle by which multiple donors, alumni and community friends can contribute, as they support the growth of WSU Tri-Cities and the success of its students.
WSU Tri-Cities Program Funds
  • Associated Students of WSU Tri-Cities Development Fund
    • This fund is established for support of Associated Students of WSU Tri-Cities.  Funds may be used for all WSU “common expenditure objects,” subject to the limitation that they be used in the performance of official duties for purposes which advance the mission of the University.
  • Friends of Max E. Benitz Library Fund
    • This fund is established for support of operations and development of the Max E. Benitz Library at WSU Tri-Cities.
  • Hanford Oral History Project at WSU Tri-Cities
    • The principal of this fund shall be used to support the development, acquisition and preservation of Hanford Oral History Colletions to be permanently housed at the Max E. Benitz Memorial Library at WSU Tri-Cities.
  • WSU Tri-Cities Alumni & Events Coordination Fund
    • The principal of this fund shall be used to provide support for programs, activities and events that further the engagement of alumni, community members and donors in support of the growth of WSU Tri-Cities.
  • WSU Tri-Cities Arts & Culture Development Fund
    • The principal of this fund shall be used to provide support for artistic and cultural events (and their related facilities) sponsored in full or in part by WSU Tri-Cities.  This includes, but is not limited to, exhibitions, performances, lectures and other fine arts and cultural programming.
  • WSU Tri-Cities TRIO SSS Program Fund
    • The principal of this fund shall be used to support students from, among other backgrounds, first generation families; those who are the first in their family to attend college and/or whose educational experience would be at risk, where it not for this financial support.
  • USTUR Professional Development Fund
    • The principal of this fund shall be used to support the professional development of the faculty and scientists of the United States Transuranium & Uranium Registries (USTUR).  For more information please contact Sergei Tolmachev, Director USTUR (509-946-6870; stolmachev@wsu.edu).

If  you do not see the fund you are looking for – or if you would like to start your own fund – let us know!

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Meet Yuliya

Yuliya Baranovskaya, a child of immigrants from the Republic of Moldova and a junior studying business administration, received the Peter Smith Finance Excellence Endowment award. She says, “With this generous gift, you are helping my dream become a reality, as it will be used to further my education and bolster my future prospects. I will continue to pursue excellence in my studies and at work, and will always remember to give back, as you have given to me. I hope to one day be where you are, listening to a student describe this scholarship and how truly valuable it is, not only on a practical level, but as an inspiring vote of confidence. Both are greatly appreciated.”

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Ken Fincher, Psy.D.

Assistant Vice Chancellor for Advancement & Community Engagement
509-372-7398
East 237
ken.fincher@tricity.wsu.edu

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Marisela Garza

Assistant Director of Development
509-372-7207
East 239
marisela.garza@tricity.wsu.edu

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Casey Fox

Director of Development, Wine Sciences
509-372-7445
WSC 248C
caseyfox@tricity.wsu.edu

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Amber Eubanks

Community Engagement Specialist
509-372-7106
East 238
aeubanks@tricity.wsu.edu

Deanne Pilkenton

Deanne Pilkenton

Administrative Assistant
509-372-7264
East 235
deanne.pilkenton@tricity.wsu.edu

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