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 $10,000 annually for undergraduates and graduate students. The reward is renewable up to five years.
Return applications to the Bruce M. Pitman Center, Suite 127, email firstname.lastname@example.org, fax 208-885-9404 or mail them to:
George Warren Scholarship Committee
C/O Center for Disability Access and Resources
875 Perimeter Drive MS 4257
Moscow, ID 83844-4257
Request testing accommodations, notetaking services, interpreters and more.
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.
Contact Center for Disability Access and Resources at 208-885-6307 or email email@example.com