"I hope to change the failure attitude or mentality of anyone I come into contact with by inspiring and reminding them that they're better than any adversity they had to or will ever face, if they continue with persistence, hard work and perseverance."
— Andrew Radford, 2018 John R. Rogers Ziegler Scholarship Recipient, Rogers High School Graduate


Our students are our future.

At Innovia Foundation, we understand that with education comes opportunity. Our donors agree. We work with donors to establish scholarships to help students achieve their higher education goals. Each year, we award more than 100 scholarships to deserving students who are college-bound or pursuing career training.

Scholarship opportunities.

Innovia Foundation hosts several scholarships available to help students in our region achieve their higher education goals by attending colleges, universities or vocational schools. These funds provide nearly $250,000 in scholarships annually. Most scholarships are due March 2 and applications open the first week of December.

View Scholarship Opportunities

Each scholarship fund has specific eligibility criteria that were defined by the donor when the fund was established. Please read through the specific criteria to see if you are eligible for any of the funds. Generally, to be eligible to apply, a student must be planning to enroll as a full-time undergraduate student at an accredited two- or four-year college or university or at an accredited vocational or technical institution in the United States. Unless otherwise noted in the scholarship guidelines, students applying must be home school or high school students in one of the 20 counties that make up the Innovia Foundation service area.

Most scholarships are awarded for full-time enrollment only. Review the guidelines for scholarship programs before applying.

Unless noted differently under the scholarship description, the scholarships are for accredited schools anywhere in the United States.

Generally, decisions are made by the middle of May and applicants are notified by early June.

All scholarship grant funds must be used for tuition, books, fees and school-related expenses for the upcoming school year only. Any other use is contrary to the intended purpose of the scholarship and would make your scholarship award taxable and could lead to a revocation of funds.

Address a thank you letter to “Scholarship Committee” and mail it to:
Innovia Foundation
421 W. Riverside Ave., Suite 606
Spokane, Wash., 99201