George T. Warren Scholarship
The George T. Warren Scholarship is awarded to help students with sensory and/or certain physical disabilities obtain a college education at the University Idaho.
George T. Warren was a graduate of the University of Idaho Law School and became a practicing attorney. In his later years, he experienced both sight and hearing losses. He also had a niece who became a wheelchair user in her mid-twenties. These personal experiences led him to leave an endowment to the University of Idaho to assist students with certain disabilities who demonstrate financial need.
The award is $3,000 annually for undergraduates, and $4,000 annually for graduate students. The reward is renewable up to five years for undergrads, three years for master's students and four years for doctoral students.
Return applications to the Bruce M. Pitman Center, Suite 127, email [email protected], fax (111) 111-9404 or mail them to:
George Warren Scholarship Committee
C/O Center for Disability Access and Resources
111 Perimeter Drive MS 4257
Moscow, ID 11111-4257
Undergraduate and graduate students in any academic area are eligible. Preference is given to Idaho and out-of-state residents who demonstrate need through a processed FAFSA as determined by Student Financial Aid Services.
To be considered for the scholarship, students must:
- Be admitted to the University of Idaho as a degree-seeking student. Notice of George T. Warren Award does not indicate admittance.
- Have a physical disability as covered under the terms of the trust. In general, the scholarship is awarded to students who have significant sensory impairments, orthopedic impairments requiring assistive devices, and/or systemic health conditions that substantially limit one or more major life activities.
- Demonstrate academic ability. Students must have at least a 2.0 GPA.
Undergraduate and graduate students in any academic area are eligible. Both part-time and full-time students are eligible. Funds will be adjusted accordingly.
Preference is Given to:
- Idaho residents who demonstrate need through a processed FAFSA as determined by Student Financial Aid Services.
- Out of state residents who demonstrate need through a processed FAFSA as determined by Student Financial Aid Services.
- Idaho residents.
- Out of state residents.