YVC Foundation Scholarships & Awards

Since its inception in 1977, the YVC Foundation has provided student scholarships and supported the college. The Foundation board is made up of alumni, business, civic, and professional leaders.

The YVC Foundation administers and awards scholarship funds from several different donors. A complete list of Scholarships & Awards is available below. 

The Foundation staff will match recipients to the appropriate scholarship(s). Scholarships are presented at the annual awards ceremony held in June.

To learn more about the YVC Foundation or to make a gift, contact the Foundation Office at 509.574.4645.

Scholarship Application

Applications for the YVC Foundation scholarships are available each year beginning December 1 and are due the last day of February.

All YVC students are eligible to apply.

Scholarship Overview

Our community of generous donors make it possible to award hundreds of thousands in scholarships annually. A single scholarship application matches you to various scholarships offered by the YVC Foundation. We offer scholarships based on field of study, financial need, academic performance and more. Each scholarship has its own set of criteria, but most require a minimum 2.0 GPA. You do not have to be FAFSA or WASFA eligible to apply.

Through the Yakima Valley College Foundation Scholarship site, applicants complete one application that automatically qualifies them for many available scholarships.

To be considered for Yakima Valley College Foundation scholarship, applicants must:

  • Plan to attend and enroll at Yakima Valley College in the upcoming academic year
  • Have a minimum college level 2.0 GPA
  • Complete a narrative that includes personal and educational goals.
  • Provide one recommendation letter from an instructor or employer

Scholarship applications open yearly on December 1 and close on the last day of February. You are welcome to start and stop work on your application as many times as you’d like during the application period.

There are additional requirements to qualify for YVC Foundation scholarships. Applicants will need to upload an unofficial transcript and provide one letter of recommendation.

All documents must be uploaded in PDF format.

All applicants are highly encouraged to complete the FAFSA or WASFA to maximize funding sources, including the YVC Foundation Scholarship. 

For more information on applying for FAFSA or WASFA, see our college’s financial aid website. It is important that you add Yakima Valley College on the FAFSA or WASFA.

A copy of the applicant’s unofficial transcript is required to be uploaded into the scholarship application. Hard copies or emails will NOT be accepted. If less than one year of college level courses (100 or above) you must provide both high school and college transcripts

  • Current Students: Save a copy and upload unofficial college transcripts from ctcLink.
  • High School Students: Copy of most recent unofficial high school transcript.
  • Running Start Students: Copy of current college and high school unofficial transcripts.
  • Incoming Students: Unofficial high school transcripts or previous college or both if less than 3 quarters of college level courses.

One recommendation letter is required for your application to be complete, preferably from instructors or employers. References may also be coaches, religious leaders, etc.

Applicants who are awarded a scholarship are required to complete the following steps by the deadline provided by the Foundation. Failure to complete the award process by the deadline will result in an automatic forfeit of the scholarship and the scholarship will be awarded to another eligible applicant.

  • Recipients must write thank you note(s) to their scholarship donors and send via mail or email to the Yakima Valley College Foundation no later than September 1. Failure to do so may result in the loss of scholarship awards. All scholarships will be sent to financial aid and added into scholar’s financial aid package by Fall quarter.
  • Scholars must plan to be enrolled in at least 12 credits per quarter.

 Scholarship Recipients

Congratulations to our  2023-24 Yakima Valley College Foundation Scholars! We stand in awe of their drive and determination and invite our community to celebrate them at our annual scholarship award ceremony. 

They have also shown admirable resourcefulness in seeking out scholarships. By investing in YVC students, our donors make these dreams possible. Their generosity enables them to make a difference not only in their lives, but in the lives of their families, and their communities.

In addition to our incredible students and our donors, we also celebrate the community of family, friends, faculty and staff who encourage students along the way.

Awarded to a Native American student who is enrolled full-time (12 credits) at YVC.

Awarded by the Yakima Valley Community College administrators.

Awarded to a first-year student enrolled full-time (12 credits) at Grandview Campus who may transfer to the Yakima Campus in her second year, who is pursuing an AA degree, and who demonstrated academic achievement and financial need.

Awarded to a full-time (12 credits) student who is seeking an AA degree in arts and sciences, technical areas, or general studies and who shows academic achievement.

Awarded to a full-time (12 credits) student who is seeking an AA degree in arts and sciences, technical areas, or general studies and who shows academic achievement.

Awarded to a full-time (12 credits) student who is seeking an AA degree in arts and sciences, technical areas, or general studies and who shows academic achievement.

Awarded annually to a student enrolled full-time (12 credits) at YVC during either their first or second year. The student must be seeking an AA degree. The student shall demonstrate financial need and be a graduate of Naches High School.

Awarded to a female student enrolled full-time (12 credits) at YVC who is coping with difficult situations in such a way that she shows promise of fulfilling her educational goals. The student should show potential for success in school or training, show an ability for growth, possess ambition and initiative, and demonstrate financial need as well as potential for success. The scholarship is awarded by the Altrusa Club.

Awarded to a full-time (12 credits) student enrolled at YVC and working toward an AA in arts and sciences, technical areas, or general studies. The student must demonstrate achievement, either academic, professional, or through life experience, and financial need. Preference is given to family members of YVC alumni.

For outstanding YVC students transferring to a four-year university and majoring in political science or history. If no one qualifies, it may be awarded by Paul and Genevieve Anderson in memory of Paul’s parents.

Granted to a full-time (12 credits) student attending YVC after completing the first year. Award based on his academic work and demonstrated responsibility in all aspects of her life. The student must have demonstrated leadership, friendliness, and influence for good among his fellow students.

For students who demonstrate that they have the ability to maintain average or better grades and have a strong desire to become a school teacher. For students that plan to attend a four-year college or university majoring in education after completing two years at YVC.

Awarded to disabled students who have a financial need. Available for first or second year, full-time (12 credits) students who are seeking a degree in any major. The scholarship shall be awarded for one year based on maintaining satisfactory academic standing each quarter.

Awarded to a full-time (12 credits) Hispanic student at YVC who is seeking an AA degree, working toward a degree in counseling or political science. The student must have a GPA of 2.5 or higher. Financial need is considered.

Awarded to a full-time (12 credits) student seeking an Associate of Applied Science or certificate in the Substance Abuse Disorder Program. Student must maintain and average GPA of 3.0 or higher. An adverse impact from addiction does not need to be a criterion, but can be used and considered if all other criteria are equal (through submission of a personal statement or included in the narrative required when applying for a scholarship). Student must demonstrates financial need, such that without financial assistance would not be able to attend college on a full-time basis.

Granted to a first-year student enrolled full-time (12 credits). Selection is made by the YVC Foundation.

A scholarship awarded to students enrolled in the Radiologic Science Program who have demonstrated academic and clinical achievement as well as leadership skills. The recipient will be selected with input from a committee of the radiologic science program.

A scholarship awarded to a returning woman or displaced homemaker who is enrolled full-time (12 credits), working toward an associate of arts and science degree, and is able to demonstrate financial need.

Awarded to a full-time (12 credits) student who is seeking a degree in nursing. Academic achievement (3.0 GPA) is a consideration.

Granted to a full-time (12 credits) student attending YVC and majoring in accounting.

Awarded to a returning full-time (12 credits) student at YVC. Financial need, academic ability and athletic participation considered.

Available to a returning full-time (12 credits) student at YVC who has shown a talent in the arts, including painting, music, or some phase of family and consumer sciences. Financial need and academic ability is also a consideration.

Awarded to an older, returning, female student enrolled full-time (12 credits) at YVC. The student must be seeking an AA in arts and science, technical areas, or general studies and must demonstrate academic achievement and financial need.

Awarded to a full-time (12 credits) student attending YVC and determined on the basis of academic achievement. The student must be seeking an AA in agriculture. The selection is made by the Agriculture Department.

Awarded to a full-time (12 credits) student attending YVC seeking a business degree with special interest in sales and marketing. Financial need and academic achievement are also considered.

Awarded to a full-time (12 credits) student attending YVC seeking a Chemistry degree.

Awarded to a first or second year student in general studies.

Awarded to a student enrolled full-time (12 credits) at YVC. The student must be a high school graduate, from Wapato or Toppenish High School, and seeking an AA degree. First generation college student.

Awarded to a second year, full time student (12 credits), seeking an Associate’s Degree in arts and sciences, technical areas, or general studies. Demonstrates academic achievement with a 3.0 or higher GPA and does not need to demonstrate financial need. Participation in Athletics may be considered.

Granted to a full-time (12 credits) student attending YVC. The student must be working toward an AA in arts and sciences, technical areas, or general studies and demonstrate academic achievement with a 3.0 GPA from high school.

Awarded to a returning student, enrolled full-time (12 credits) at YVC who has completed one year of the Radiologic Sciences Program at YVC. The student must have demonstrated academic and clinical achievement as well as leadership skills while attending the program.

Awarded to men or women enrolled full-time (12 credits) and athletic participation considered.

Awarded to a student enrolled full-time (12 credits) at YVC who is seeking an AA degree in math or science and who has achieved a 3.0 GPA. Student must demonstrate financial need.

Awarded to a student enrolled full-time (12 credits) at YVC and studying music, piano, or voice.

Awarded to a first or second year student enrolled full-time (12 credits) at YVC and seeking an AA degree.

Awarded to a first or second year student enrolled full-time (12 credits) at YVC and who demonstrates academic achievement.

Awarded to a full-time student (12 credits) in radiology and practical nursing who have completed one quarter of study in the designated programs. Is in good standing with YVC. Has overcome substantial challenges to pursue higher education. Has demonstrated both the motivation and the commitment necessary to successfully complete their chosen course of study. Demonstrates financial need. All residents of Washington State including those residents under the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) shall be eligible for this scholarship.

Granted to a returning student enrolled full-time (12 credits) at YVC who is from the Yakima Valley and demonstrates good academic qualities and character.

Awarded to students enrolled full-time (12 credits) at YVC and majoring in a program, which will prepare her to enter a technical career after graduating from YVC.

Granted to a needy East Valley High School graduate to attend YVC full- time (12 credits). Selection made by East Valley High School.

Granted to a student from the Yakima Valley who will be enrolled full-time (12 credits) and who demonstrates good academic abilities and character.

Awarded to a student enrolled full-time (12 credits) at YVC and majoring in journalism. The scholarship is determined by the Yakima Herald- Republic and the YVC Foundation.

Awarded to a first- or second-year student enrolled full-time (12 credits) at YVC and studying geology or agriculture. The student must have a cumulative GPA of 2.5 or higher from high school or while attending YVC.

Awarded to a high school senior of African American descent graduating from a Yakima Valley high school who will be attending YVC full-time (12 credits). The students should be preparing to go on to a four-year institution or majoring in a program which will prepare the student to enter a technical career after graduating from YVC.

Granted to a second-year student enrolled full-time (12 credits) at YVC and studying agriculture.

Awarded to a female first-year student enrolled full-time (12 credits) and seeking an associate degree in business while demonstrating academic achievement and financial need.

Full-time (12 credits) student at YVC seeking AA degree in a technical area or general studies. Must demonstrate academic achievement.

Full-time (12 credits) student who is seeking a degree in agriculture, engineering, or medical related fields. Looking for students raised in families with ties to Washington’s tree fruit industry. Must maintain a GPA of 2.75 or higher.

Awarded to a first- or second-year student enrolled full-time (12 credits) at YVC and interested in a career in agriculture, with preference for those interested in the tree fruit business. Selection is based on academic achievement, recommendation from former teachers, and involvement in activities.

Awarded to students in the Dental Hygiene Program. Must show academic achievement.

Awarded to a full-time (12 credits) student at YVC. Recipient is determined by the YVC Foundation directors.

Granted to a student enrolled full-time (12 credits) at YVC who demonstrates academic achievement with a GPA of at least 3.0 and also shows financial need.

Awarded to a full-time (12 credits) student who has completed one to two years at YVC and is seeking an AA degree in arts and sciences, technical areas, or general studies. She has made a positive contribution to the lives of students at YVC through extracurricular activities. Recipients are selected with consultation from the Student Life Coordinator.

Awarded to a student enrolled full-time (12 credits) at YVC or transferring to a four-year college after having attended for two years and graduated from YVC. Academic achievement and desire to complete work for a bachelor’s degree are basic criteria.

Awarded to students enrolled full-time (12 credits) at YVC with a GPA of 3.0 or higher at the college and intending to major in family and consumer sciences education, early childhood education, or teaching of family and consumer sciences. This scholarship is transferable to a four-year university.

Granted to a second-year student enrolled full-time (12 credits) at YVC majoring in agriculture, and transferring to Washington State University.

Awarded to a full-time (12 credits) student enrolled at YVC. The student must be pursuing an AA degree and demonstrate academic achievement from high school or college with a 3.0 or higher GPA. The student must also demonstrate financial need.

Awarded to a full-time (12 credits) student seeking a degree in agriculture who demonstrates academic achievement with a GPA of 3.0 or higher. Financial need considered.

Awarded to a music student.

Awarded to a full-time (12 credits) student seeking a degree at YVC. Student must demonstrate academic achievement with a GPA of 3.0 or higher.

Primary consideration for participation in athletics.

Awarded to a full-time (12 credits) student who is enrolled at YVC. The scholarship is based on academic achievement and financial need.

Awarded to a student in the Business Technology Program.

Awarded to a female returning student enrolled full-time (12 credits) at YVC. The student must demonstrate academic achievement with a GPA of 3.0 or higher and intend to major in physical education, health education, or biological science. Courses taken must be transferable to a four-year institution in the state of Washington. Financial need not a criterion.

Awarded to full-time (12 credits) students. Academic achievement and financial need considered.

Awarded to a full-time (12 credits) student enrolled at YVC who is pursuing an AA degree and who has demonstrated academic achievement. Financial need is not a criterion.

Granted to a full-time (12 credits) student enrolled at YVC who is seeking an AA in arts and sciences, technical areas, or general studies. She must demonstrate academic achievement and financial need. The scholarship shall not be awarded to an acquaintance of the donor or to a member of the donor’s extended family.

Awarded to a full-time (12 credits) student. The student must demonstrate academic achievement.

Awarded to a nursing student. The student must demonstrate academic achievement.

Awarded annually to a first-year student enrolled full-time (12 credits) at YVC. The student must be a graduate of either Eisenhower or Davis high schools who has demonstrated outstanding scholastic abilities, participated in school activities, and shown evidence of leadership capabilities. Student must have a desire to attend a four-year college. Financial need not a criterion.

Awarded to a returning second-year student enrolled full-time (12 credits) at YVC. Academic excellence in college courses is required. The scholarship is for majors in biology, botany, zoology, nursing, or dental hygiene.

Awarded to a full-time (12 credits) student enrolled at YVC. The student must show academic achievement with a GPA of 2.8 or higher from high school or college.

Awarded to a second-year student pursuing an AA degree in technical or general studies. The student must demonstrate academic achievement.

Awarded to a second-year dental hygiene student. The student must demonstrate academic achievement.

Awarded to a full-time (12 credits) student enrolled at YVC. The student must show academic achievement.

Primary consideration for participation in athletics.

Awarded to a student enrolled in drama.

Awarded to a full-time (12 credits) student who has completed all prerequisites and will be a first or second year student seeking an Associates Degree in the Dental Hygiene program at YVC. Student has demonstrated academic achievement with a GPA of 3.2 or higher. Financial need is not a criterion.

Awarded to a full-time (12 Credit) student seeking an AA degree or certification in the Substance Abuse Disorder Program. Students must be alumni of Sundown M Ranch, having successfully completed one of its treatment programs. The student must demonstrate academic achievement.

Awarded to a student who has completed on full academic year at YVC. Demonstrates financial need.

Awarded to a full-time (12 credits) student at YVC with a high school GPA of 3.0 or a college GPA of at least 2.5. The student must have completed two quarters with one or more 100-level or above courses.

Awarded to full-time student (12 credits). A female returning to school after being home or seeking further training to advance career. Seeking a degree in arts & sciences, technical areas or general studies.

Awarded to a second-year student enrolled full-time (12 credits) at YVC whose course of study is natural resources and who has a GPA of 3.0 or higher during their first year at YVC.

Awarded to a full-time (12 credits) student enrolled at YVC. The student must be majoring in business with an emphasis on accounting.

Sixty percent of available income awarded to a students who demonstrates academic achievement (3.0 GPA or higher) and forty percent to students participating in athletics.

Awarded to a YVC student who has completed 30 credits and may continue at YVC or transfer to a four-year university. The student must be seeking a degree with a math or math education emphasis and must demonstrate academic achievement (3.0 or higher GPA).

Awarded to a full-time (12 credits) student enrolled at YVC. The student must be seeking an AA in agriculture or business-related fields. The student must have demonstrated academic achievement with a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher from high school or college. Financial need not a criterion

Granted to a student enrolled at YVC who is a family and consumer sciences major with a GPA of 2.5 or higher of a related field such as education, health, sciences etc.

Awarded to first and second year students enrolled full-time (12 credits) at YVC and based on financial need, scholarship, and leadership potential.

Awarded to a full-time (12 credits) student enrolled at YVC pursuing an AA degree in arts and sciences, medical, dental, or general studies. The student must also show academic achievement.

Awarded to a full-time (12 credits) student enrolled at YVC. Recipient is determined by the YVC Foundation director.

Granted to a student at the end of their second year at YVC to assist the student in attending a four-year institution. This is a science scholarship to be given to a student majoring in chemistry or bacteriology. The award is based on academic excellence.

Awarded to a woman over 26 years of age who graduated from high school, is entirely or largely self-supporting, is preparing to go on to a four-year college, and is majoring in a program which will prepare her to enter a technical career after graduating from YVC. The scholarship is awarded in memory of Elizabeth Prior by Dorothy Prior. Elizabeth Prior was the first president of Yakima Valley Community College.

Awarded to a YVC student who is transferring to a four-year institution.

A tuition grant awarded to an incoming first-year student enrolled full-time (12 credits) at YVC and who is participating in basketball and/or baseball. The scholarship is renewable for the second year at YVC. The student must demonstrate academic achievement and reasonable financial need and show qualities of sportsmanship, citizenship, and good character.

Awarded to a full-time (12 credits) student enrolled at YVC who is seeking an AA degree and who has demonstrated academic achievement with a GPA of 3.0 or higher from high school and college. The student should be a first or second year student who has participated in varsity basketball in high school and is planning on trying to make or return to the varsity basketball team at YVC. Financial need is not a criterion.

Awarded to a male student enrolled full-time (12 credits) at YVC who is seeking an AA degree and who has demonstrated academic achievement by maintaining a GPA of 2.0 or greater. The student should also demonstrate qualities of leadership, friendliness, and influence for the common good among fellow students. Primary consideration for participation in athletics.

Awarded to a full-time (12 credits) student enrolled at YVC who is working toward an academic degree with a strong interest in poetry or literature. The student shall demonstrate scholarship, good citizenship, responsibility in academic work, and a positive attitude toward succeeding in their academic career. Financial need is not a criterion.

Granted at the end of the first year to a YVC student enrolled full-time (12 credits) who is returning for his second year. The student should be an English major and have an excellent academic record. The scholarship award is made to a physically handicapped student having academic promise and demonstrating financial need.

Awarded to a returning student enrolled full-time (12 credits) at YVC who is seeking an AA degree and who has demonstrated responsibility in their academic work with a GPA of 3.0 or higher. The student can be either a man or woman and shall have outstanding English records in the first-year class. The student must be returning to YVC. Financial need is not a criterion.

Awarded annually to students enrolled full-time (12 credits) at YVC or any four-year institution after the student has transferred or graduated from YVC. The student must have exhibited academic excellence by achieving a GPA of 3.0 or higher and be working toward a degree in business or economics or a related course of study. Financial need is not a criterion.

Awarded to a first- or second-year student attending YVC. The student must show academic achievement.

Awarded to returning students enrolled full-time (12 credits) at YVC with a need to meet the cost of tuition in their second year at YVC. Two scholarships are awarded, one to a business administration major with excellence in accounting courses and one to a student with a strong interest in history or literature. Both students must be in the upper 10 percent of their class.

Awarded to a full-time (12 credits) student attending college on the Grandview campus. Seeking a degree in arts & sciences, technical areas or general studies. GPA of 2.5 or higher. Demonstrates financial need. First-generation student.

Awarded to a full-time (12 credits) student who has completed one full academic year at YVC. The student must be seeking an AA degree in business, be recommended by the Business Department and show academic achievement.

Granted to a full-time (12 credits) student enrolled at YVC who is majoring in a health occupation field (nursing, dental hygiene, radiologic technology, etc.). The award is determined by the health occupation departments. Financial need is a criterion.

Awarded to a student enrolled full-time (12 credits) at YVC who is seeking an AA degree and who is deaf or hard of hearing.

Awarded to a full-time (12 credits) student enrolled at YVC who is a graduate of Grandview High School. The student must show academic achievement with a 2.5 to 3.5 GPA.

Awarded to a full-time (12 credits) student enrolled at YVC and with an interest in athletic participation.

Awarded to a first or second year student enrolled full-time (12 credits) who is working toward an AA degree. The student must be an employee or a sibling of an employee of the Shields companies. The students must maintain a 2.5 cumulative GPA. Financial need is a criterion.

Awarded to an employee or immediate family member of Shields companies. Must be enrolled full-time (12 credits) and maintain a 2.5 GPA while attending YVC.

Awarded to a full-time (12 credits) student at YVC seeking a degree. The student must demonstrate academic achievement. Financial need is a consideration.

Awarded to a full-time (12 credits) student enrolled at YVC. The student must be in the upper 20% of the graduating class, maintain a 3.0 GPA after two quarters at YVC, and planning to major in education.

To an enrolled full-time (12 credits) female student enrolled at YVC who is in either her first or second year, has been employed, and is seeking to further her education and develop additional learning and skills for future employment. She shall demonstrate a financial need. The award is determined by Soroptimist International of Yakima.

Awarded to a student enrolled full-time (12 credits) at YVC and majoring in history or political science.

Awarded to a student transferring after her second year at YVC to WSU. The student must be enrolled full-time (12 credits) at YVC and be majoring in business administration. Financial need and academic achievement are a consideration.

Awarded to a student pursuing an AA degree in natural science. Academic achievement is a consideration.

Awarded to a student enrolled full-time (12 credits) at YVC. The scholarship is based on need and academic achievement and awarded to a working student.

Awarded to a full-time (12 credits) student who has completed one full academic year at YVC and is seeking an AA degree in arts and sciences, technical areas, general studies, biology, or drama. The student must demonstrate academic achievement.

Scholarship awarded to a YVC first-year student for use in the second year to pursue studies preparatory to becoming a licensed registered nurse. The student must be enrolled full-time (12 credits) at YVC, maintain a 3.0 GPA or higher, and demonstrate financial need. Selection of the recipient shall be made by a committee of the Nursing Department. The scholarship is awarded in memory of Elaine F. Sundquist, who served actively in establishing the School of Nursing at YVCC.

A scholarship awarded to a returning student enrolled full-time (12 credits) at YVC for use in their second year to pursue an AA in the health occupation courses. The student must demonstrate academic achievement by maintaining a 3.0 GPA or higher. Financial need is a criterion.

Awarded to an entering first-year student enrolled full-time (12 credits) at YVC and who is a graduate of a Yakima or Selah high school; also for renewals for returning sophomores who will attend YVC. Qualifying students must rank in the upper 10 percent of their class. Students must possess qualities of leadership, friendliness, and influence for good among fellow students.

Awarded to a student enrolled full-time (12 credits) at YVC and who is a Selah High School graduate. Special preference for students majoring in English or the arts. Financial need is not a criterion, but the student must have a recommendation from teachers and demonstrate academic responsibility.

Details can be arranged by Scholarship Organization of Youth.

Granted to a full-time (12 credits) student enrolled at YVC, a U.S. citizen, preferably female, who can demonstrate financial need.

Awarded to a returning female student enrolled full-time (12 credits) at YVC to be used in her second year. The student must demonstrate reasonable responsibility in her academic work and show qualities of leadership, friendliness, and influence for the common good among her fellow students. The academic field of study must be in accounting or business.

Awarded to a full-time (12 credits) student seeking a degree in engineering & sciences. Who demonstrates academic achievement.

Awarded to a full-time (12 credits) student enrolled at YVC who is seeking an AA degree. The student must demonstrate financial need and academic achievement.

Granted to a student enrolled full-time (12 credits) at YVC who demonstrates academic achievement and financial need.

Awarded to a full-time (12 credits) student enrolled at YVC who is a graduate of a Yakima High School. The student must maintain an excellent GPA, and a strong background of student activities should be outlined showing leadership potential. Financial need may be considered.

Awarded to a student enrolled full-time (12 credits) at YVC. The student must demonstrate academic achievement and financial need. Recommended by Yakima Business and Professional Women.

Awarded to a freshman full-time student (12 credits) seeking an AA Degree in Arts & Sciences, technical areas, or general studies. He or she has a 3.0 GPA or above. Financial need is considered.

Awarded to a full-time (12 credits) student enrolled at YVC.

Awarded to a full-time (12 credits) second-year student seeking a degree in agriculture or a related field who demonstrates academic achievement and financial need.

Awarded to a full-time (12 credits) student seeking an associate in arts degree who demonstrates financial need. Priority is given to students or parents of students with legal blindness.

  • Victoria Braden/PEO FR
  • Cascade Natural Gas
  • Jesse & Viola Chisum
  • Marie & Will Hackett-Nursing and Agriculture
  • Joe & Ann Hall
  • Henkle Estate
  • Bea Koempal-Thomas
  • Robert & Maxine McAuley
  • Port of Grandview Dr. Ron Grow
  • Johanna Rodman Foundation
  • Tamaki Charitable Trust
  • Tri-Cities Wine Society
  • Janet White
  • Yakima Federal Savings & Loan

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