Dean's Leadership Endowed Scholarship

Eastern Washington University awards over $2.8 million in scholarships to nearly 1,500 students each school year. There are scholarships based on major, hometown, community service and more!

Many scholarships are awarded to students in the College of Business. To apply, submit the General Scholarship Application by Feb. 1.

Each year a committee from the College of Business Dean’s Advisory Board selects one recipient to receive the Dean’s Leadership Endowed Scholarship, worth $3,500.

Application Process

Download and fill out the Dean Leader Scholarship Application

Obtain a letter of recommendation from a COB faculty member. The letter of recommendation should be a one-page essay describing your history of academic achievement, leadership, and community service.

Print an unofficial copy of all your college transcripts. This can be found in the “Student Records” section of EagleNet.

You will also need to get a signature from Dr. Charles Lopez, Associate Dean of University College. This is to verify you have not been found responsible in an academic integrity incident.

Charles Lopez, EdD
Associate Dean of University College, Special Assistant to Provost
P: 509.359.2202

Submit the application form, letter of recommendation and unofficial transcript to the dean’s office:

Dean’s Advisory Board Leadership Endowed Scholarship
College of Business
Spokane EWU Center
668 N Riverpoint Blvd
Spokane, WA 99202

For further information regarding this scholarship, please contact the dean’s office or:

Amy Shadd
Administrative Specialist
P: 509.828.1223

To be eligible for this scholarship, applicants must:

  • Have a declared major in one of the COB disciplines
  • Have completed at least 120 credit hours, including 30 credits in their declared major
  • Be able to demonstrate academic achievement, academic or community leadership, personal integrity, as well as community service
  • Be in good standing at EWU
  • Maintain a minimum 3.0 GPA
  • Be a full-time student during the academic year 2019-2020 (12 or more credits each quarter)