Hathaway Scholarship

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Hathaway Scholarships are scholarships designed to provide an incentive for Wyoming students to prepare for and pursue postsecondary education within the State of Wyoming.

The program which was named in honor of former Wyoming Governor and U.S. Secretary of the Interior Stanley K. Hathaway consists of four separate merit scholarships, each with specific eligibility requirements, and a need-based scholarship for eligible students which supplements the merit awards.

Hathaway Merit Scholarships became available for eligible recipients beginning with the class of 2006 for the 2006 fall semester.

Funding: 80% of the funds appropriated for the Hathaway Scholarship Program are for the Hathaway Merit Scholarships and 20% of the funds are for Hathaway Need-Based Scholarships. Find out more http://www.edu.wyoming.gov/Programs/hathaway.aspx

Hathaway scholarships are for attendance at the Wyoming postsecondary eligible institutions. Hathaway scholarships are not entitlements, and are subject to legislative appropriation. The legislature has the authority to modify or terminate the Hathaway Scholarship Program at any time.

Eligible institutions[edit]

External links[edit]

http://www.edu.wyoming.gov/Programs/hathaway.aspx