Manuel and Gladys Schneidmiller Scholarship Fund

The Manuel and Gladys Schneidmiller Scholarship Fund is available for graduating seniors at Post Falls High School in Post Falls, Idaho. Applicants must have unmet financial need and must attend a public college or university in Idaho, Washington State University, or Eastern Washington University.

Washington College Bound Scholarship Program

This scholarship is open to Washington seventh and eighth graders who meet certain family income levels or are currently in the foster care system. Students must fulfill certain requirements throughout high school to receive the scholarship upon graduation, and must attend participating Washington institutions.

APA Latinos and Planning Division Scholarship

This scholarship is open to Latino students who intend to work as a practicing professional planner in the non-profit, public or private sector. Students must be enrolled in the third or fourth year of a PAB-accredited undergraduate planning program or the first or second year of a PAB-accredited graduate planning program.

ENRE Student Fellowship Program

This fellowship is open to international and U.S. second-year graduate students who are enrolled in a PAB-accredited master’s-level planning program focusing on issues related to the environment, natural resources or energy. Students must have a grade point average of B (3.0) or higher.

Vivian Winston Scholarship

This award is available for single mothers residing in Spokane Washington. Applicants must have a grade point average of 3.0 or higher and plan to enroll full time in an undergraduate program at Spokane Community College, Spokane Falls Community College, or Eastern Washington University.

R. Marlin Smith-Babcock-Williams Student Writing Competition for Planning Students

This writing competition is open to U.S. graduate students pursuing a career in planning. The applicant must attend a school listed in the ‘Guide to Graduate Education in Urban and Regional Planning.’

Washington State Need Grant (SNG)

This award is available to Washington resident undergraduate students who are attending or planning to attend an eligible postsecondary institution in Washington. The students must have a family income equal to or less than 70 percent of the state median.