Cascadia College is pleased to offer scholarship opportunities for both new and current Cascadia international students. The International Diversity Scholarship was created to welcome their new international students and help ensure that they make up a vibrant and growing part of the Cascadia community.

Historically created by legislative mandate, Cascadia Community College hired its first staff and faculty in 1999. These individuals numbered less than a dozen and handled all administrative duties including the development of curriculum and programs of studies, recruiting and hiring faculty and staff, and development and design of the permanent campus.

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Founding staff, administrators, and the four members of the innovative Cascadia “Curriculum and Learning Design Team” worked for twelve months in a small office in a business park just about one mile from the new Cascadia campus.

Most important decisions were made or announced at a small communal table in the center of the Cascadia temporary office. In this room, all important decisions were deliberated and decided upon. Over 1,100 applications were screened to select just fifteen “Founding Faculty” members along with 55 Associate (part-time) Faculty who would be brought to Bothell in 2000 and oriented to join this innovative learning environment.

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Eligibility Criteria For The International Diversity Scholarships at Cascadia College:

  • Applicants must be new or transfer (within the United States) international students on an F-1 visa who have been accepted to Cascadia College.
  • Applicants must have graduated high school or have a relevant bachelor’s degree certification.
  • Applicants must submit scores of the following English language proficiency tests:
    • TOEFL (iBT) – 70
    • TOEFL (cBT) – 195
    • TOEFL (paper) – 525
    • TOEFL (Essentials) – 7.5
    • IELTS – 6.0
    • Pearson PTE – 48
    • iTEP – 4.0
    • STEP/Eiken Pre-1
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Eligible Countries: International

Type: Undergraduate or graduate

Value of Award: $1,250

Number of awards: Not mentioned

Method of application: The students are required to present the following documents to the university:

The students who want to apply for the scholarship must submit the above-listed documents via mail to [email protected].

Application Deadline:

  • Summer quarter: May 15
  • Fall quarter: August 15
  • Winter quarter: November 15
  • Spring quarter: February 15

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