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Scholarships
​Members of the top three winning teams of the BPA High School Science Bowl have traditionally been offered scholarships by many Northwest colleges and universities. Information on those scholarship opportunities for the 2017 Science Bowl competition is now being gathered and will be posted here as soon as it becomes available.
​While the Bonneville Power Administration does not endorse any college or university, we would nevertheless like to express our appreciation to these schools for their support of the High School Science Bowl through these scholarship offers.
The following Northwest colleges and universities are offering scholarships to defined members of the top three winning teams in the High School Science Bowl.  Highlights of their offers are included in the list below.  Detailed scholarship offers will be sent to qualifying members of the winning teams from these participating colleges and universities following the competition on February 11th.
 
Central Washington University (Ellensburg, Washington)    One-time $2,000 scholarship for 1st-place, $1,500 for 2nd-place, and $1,000 for 3rd-place for all team members
 
Evergreen State College (Olympia, Washington)    One-time $2,000 scholarship for all team members
 
Gonzaga University (Spokane, Washington)    One-time $3,000 scholarship for the seniors on the 1st-place team; one-time $2,000 scholarship for the seniors on the 2nd-place team; and one-time $1,000 scholarship for seniors on the 3rd-place team
 
Lewis and Clark College (Portland, Oregon)    $18,000 annual scholarship renewable for four years for all team members
 
Linfield College (McMinnville, Oregon)    $1,500 scholarship per semester for the first eight semesters a student is enrolled full time, for all team members
 
Oregon Institute of Technology (Klamath Falls, Oregon)    One-time $1,000 scholarship for all team members
 
Oregon State University (Corvallis, Oregon)    One-time $2,000 scholarship for the seniors on the winning teams
 
Pacific University (Forest Grove, Oregon)    $2,000 annual scholarship renewable for 4 years for all team members
 
Portland State University (Portland, Oregon)    One-time $1,500 scholarship for seniors on the winning teams
 
Seattle University (Seattle, Washington)   $2,000 annual scholarship for the 1st-place team, $1,500 annual scholarship for the 2nd-place team, and $1,000 annual scholarship for the 3rd-place team, for all team members
 
University of Oregon (Eugene, Oregon)   One-time $1,000 scholarship for all team members
 
University of Portland (Portland, Oregon)   $1,500 annual scholarship renewable for 4 years for all team members
 
University of Puget Sound (Tacoma, Washington)    $1,500 annual scholarship renewable for 4 years for all team members
 
Washington State University (Pullman, Washington)    One-time $1,000 scholarship for all team members
 
Western Oregon University (Monmouth, Oregon)    One-time $2,000 scholarship for seniors on the winning teams
 
Western Washington University (Bellingham, Washington)    One-time $1,000 scholarship for all team members
 
Whitman College (Walla Walla, Washington)    $1,250 annual scholarship, renewable for 4 years for all team members
 
Willamette University (Salem, Oregon)   $1,500 annual scholarship renewable for 4 years for all team members