Every gift to the Eastern Washington University Foundation has an immediate, positive impact on the lives of EWU students.
You can see examples of private financial support in action on all of Eastern’s campuses and within our communities where students, faculty and alumni conduct research, learn, collaborate on civic improvements, build careers and entertain us. We share these stories to express our gratitude for everyone who contributes to EWU student success. Thank you for your continued support!
The generosity of supporters like you directly helps students achieve their goals. Scholarship recipient Michael Sinitsa (’16), grew up in a newly immigrated Russian family. He watched his parents work hard and live frugally in order to provide every opportunity for their children. Savoring the rare delicacy of fresh fruit and daily music lessons taught […]Read More
Your donations to scholarships have powerful results. Some Eastern students have endured unimaginable, difficult past experiences. What directions would their lives have taken without scholarship support from generous donors? We can only speculate. Watch this video to learn how scholarships transformed the lives of two students who are now proud Eastern alumnae. They are forever […]Read More
For the 2016-17 academic year, eight students who proudly served or continue to serve their country will be awarded $15,850 in scholarship support to help them continue their education at EWU. These students served in all branches of the service, several are still serving in the National Guard or Reserves, and several have families. Many […]Read More
Five Eagles. Five siblings. Five scholarships. Five awesome success stories. Anna Schilter, class of 2017, double majoring in international affairs and Spanish, has been inspired by awesome donors. “That’s what I think about when I’m applying for scholarships, is really the donor behind the scholarships. They’re sacrificing a portion of what they make, and they’re […]Read More
The true impact of your gifts to EWU Foundation can be seen every day in our communities. We recently caught up with Sarah (Glaser) Burns, the first recipient of the EWU Retirees Association Golden Eagle Scholarship (2004-05). She graduated from EWU in 2005 with a BA in social work, magna cum laude. Here’s what she’s […]Read More
Dan Waterbly wanted to go to college to be a doctor, but he fainted at the sight of blood. He had to pick a different field. “After taking my first programming class, I knew exactly what I wanted to do,” Dan says. Despite what he “wanted to do,” Dan’s Eastern story mirrors that of many […]Read More