Washington State Fair Foundation’s Blue Ribbon Scholarship – 2/19/2018


Scholarship Programs
The Washington State Fair Foundation is pleased to present over $100,000 in scholarship opportunities to students residing in Washington State this year. The Blue Ribbon Scholarship Program is made possible through the generosity of the Foundation’s donors. Since the inception of the program in 1991, over $1,200,000 in awards have been distributed and have provided a “fair chance” at a college education. As support of the program has grown, so have the opportunities for students. We are now pleased to offer scholarships to students statewide.
Interested in supporting the Blue Ribbon Scholarship Program? Gifts made to Washington State Fair Foundation provide scholarships for college students, keep the Traveling Farm on the road, and allow for new projects to be funded- like Piglet Palace, Classic Coaster Park, The Farm at SillyVille.

Our scholarship system is now open, please click any of the links below to begin the application process.

The following scholarships are now available on our online application:

Apply Online

For any Scholarship questions, please email .

Students only need to submit one application for all our scholarships offered online. The application system will automatically apply students for the scholarships they qualify for. Click any of the scholarships above to see specific qualifications or apply directly at:

Scholarship applications are due February 19, 2018.

*Exception: Tom Absher Memorial Scholarship is due April 15th, 2018


The Korum Family Arts Scholarship Competition is intended to promote appreciation for the arts, to encourage young artists in the pursuit of their artistic and educational growth, and to showcase the uniqueness of Washington State.  Scholarships will be awarded to the top three finishers in the competition (first place – $2,500, second place – $1,500, third place – $1,000) and are paid directly to the recipient’s college or university to be used toward tuition or books within 24 months of award. The winning piece (1st place) will be retained by the Foundation and auctioned at the annual Washington State Fair Foundation Round Up Auction; it will not be returned to the student.  All proceeds from the sale of the winning art piece will fund the Washington State Fair Foundation scholarship program.

This is a special competition of the Washington State Fair Junior/Senior High School Art Show.

Please check back in February/March 2018 for details on how to enter the competition and how to apply for the scholarship.


The Campbell‐Montgomery Scholarship is awarded to one graduating senior from Puyallup, Rogers or Emerald Ridge High School.  The $1,000 award is paid directly to the recipient’s college or university to be used toward tuition or books.  The Campbell‐ Montgomery Scholarship was created by Robert Campbell and Marna Montgomery Campbell in hopes to spur better writing, better communication and better thinking.

To apply complete the Standard Application Form and supplemental information in the Local Schoalrships booklet provided by your high school (only available for Puyallup, Rogers, and Emerald Ridge High School).

The application will open on February 16, 2018 and the due date is March 16, 2018. Please contact your school counselor for more information about the Local Scholarships booklet and application.


The Washington State Fair Foundation supports the Daffodil Festival by awarding a $5,000 scholarship to the Daffodil Queen. The award is announced at the Queen’s Coronation ceremony in the spring.

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