Generally, scholarships at Washington State University are frequently awarded based on the following: Academic Merit, Financial Need, Merit and Need, Area of Study or Group Affiliation (for example, a credit union member, fraternity or sorority member, Washington State University employee’s dependent, etc.)
Interested in studying abroad? Check out this scholarship page.
Enroll in the Health Policy Administration program at resident tuition rates.
While not technically a scholarship, take a look at the National Institute for Health's loan repayment programs for researchers with a doctorate.