School of Food Science

Financial Options & Scholarships

We know that finding and applying for scholarships and/or financial aid can be an overwhelming process. Please don’t hesitate to contact us for help!

We try our best to keep this information up-to-date and accurate. However, there are so many options available to you that there is no way for us to include everything. To take advantage of as many of these opportunities as possible, you’ll need to be proactive! Contact us, visit our office, search online. Don’t assume that what you see here are your only opportunities.


Scholarships

  • Each year, Feeding Tomorrow offers over $100,000 in scholarships for students pursuing degrees in food science and technology.  Click here for more information.
  • The WSU Graduate & Professional Student Association has funds available for Graduate & Professional Student Travel Grants and Registration Grants. Travel Grants will help defray transportation costs to attend conferences/professional meetings, conduct research, or to pursue training opportunities and other scholarly activities. Registration Grants will help defray the cost of registration fees for conferences/professional meetings.
    Travel Grants: http://studentinvolvement.orgsync.com/org/gpsa/Services_Travel
    Registration Grants: http://studentinvolvement.orgsync.com/org/gpsa/Services_RegistrationGrants
    ***  Only Graduate/Professional Students enrolled on the WSU-Pullman campus are eligible to apply for these grants.

Creamery Employment

Food Science students should strongly consider working at the Creamery because it provides experience in the industry, as well as time working alongside other Food Science students. More about working at the Creamery
Application

Internships

Internship List – Please use this list as a resource for internship possibilities, but don’t limit yourself to these. If you’ve got ideas about other companies that might offer internships, you should contact them.

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