1 Start 2 Complete Woodring Fairhaven ScholarshipOffered in memory of Dr. Paul Woodring, long-time educator at Western Washington University, who conceived of the "Fairhaven Plan--a small experimental college within the college" in 1966. The award is intended for Fairhaven students of exceptional talent who, in the judgment of faculty members who know them, seem most likely to make substantial contributions to mankind as a result of their liberal education. Scholarship awards are approximately $1,000 /year. Application Requirements1. Write a 500-750 word essay in which you explain to the committee your educational background, your academic goals and your eligibility for the scholarship. Describe any relevant personal experiences and achievements that relate to the spirit and purpose of the scholarship that might help the committee evaluate your application. 2. Two Letters of Recommendation: Submit two letters of recommendation from faculty members addressing the applicant's potential contribution to humankind as a result of his/her liberal education. 3. Copy of unofficial transcripts. First Name * Preferred Name Last Name * I am applying as * Freshman (Including Running Start) Transfer Current WWU Student Quarter of Application * Fall Winter Spring Summer Year of Application * 2020 2021 W# (Date of Birth if unknown) * Email * Phone * Mailing Address * City * State * Zip * Essay * Files must be less than 2 MB.Allowed file types: pdf doc docx. 1st Recommender Name * 2nd Recommender Name: * Unofficial Transcript * Files must be less than 2 MB.Allowed file types: pdf doc docx. Acknowledgment * I acknowledge that my essay addresses my eligibility for this specific scholarship.