Scholarships

Current international students will find a number of scholarship opportunities available throughout their time at Seattle Central.

IEP Division Scholarships

The International Education Programs Division offers several scholarship opportunities for currently enrolled international students:

College Bridge Graduation Scholarship

Each quarter, the Seattle Central Institute of English awards scholarships to students who are graduating from the Seattle Central Institute of English and continuing in a college program at our college. Up to 3 scholarships of $1,000 will be awarded. 

Eligibility:
- Current F-1 or M-1 visa students
- Expected completion of College Bridge 6 and Advanced Academic Writing in the current quarter (students currently enrolled in one of these classes who have already completed the other are eligible). Students in College Bridge 5 and/or Intermediate Academic Writing who expect to skip may apply, in consultation with instructors.

Application form:
Please find our College Bridge Graduation Scholarship application form here. Print out any relevant documents and complete all required forms. Then return the completed forms to our office with your supporting documents.

Deadlines:
Applications must be submitted to the International Education Programs (IEP) Office by 4:00 PM on the following dates:

Fall: October 31st   
Winter: February 14th  
Spring: May 15th 
Summer: July 17th

If the established deadline falls on an official holiday or on a weekend, the deadline will change to the next business day.

Applicants will be notified of results during the Seattle Central Institute of English graduation ceremony. Eligibility for a scholarship does not guarantee an award. Scholarship decisions are made based on the merits of the applicant pool.

Frequently asked questions:
To review our frequently asked questions for current student scholarships, please click here.

 

Merit Scholarship

Each quarter, our division awards scholarships to high achieving college-level students currently enrolled at Seattle Central. The scholarships are based solely on merit; consideration is not given to financial need. Award amounts range from $750 – $1,500.

Eligibility:       
- Current F-1 or M-1 visa students
- Completion of 45 or more Seattle Central college-level credits by the start of the award quarter
- Minimum overall GPA of 3.6 or higher

Application form:
Please find our Merit Scholarship application form here. Print out any relevant documents and complete all required forms. Then return the completed forms to our office with your supporting documents.

Deadlines:
Applications must be submitted to the International Education Programs (IEP) Office by 4:00 PM on the following dates:

Fall: July 15th            
Winter: October 30th   
Spring: January 30th  
Summer: April 15th

If the established deadline falls on an official holiday or on a weekend, the deadline will change to the next business day.

Applicants will be notified of results by email 15 business days from the application deadline. Eligibility for a scholarship does not guarantee an award. Scholarship decisions are made based on the merits of the applicant pool.

Frequently asked questions:
To review our frequently asked questions for current student scholarships, please click here.

 

 

Seattle Central Foundation Scholarships

Each year, the Seattle Central Foundation offers a wide range of scholarships to Seattle Central students. Although availability of some scholarships is restricted to resident students, many are open to both resident and international students. Applications usually become available during Winter Quarter. Award decisions are made in Spring.  

Additional information on the Foundation scholarships is available on the college website.