The Wyoming Department of Education annually awards the Douvas Scholarship, established by Peter George Douvas, an immigrant from Greece. This scholarship is awarded to a first-generation American youth who demonstrates financial need and the motivation to attend college.
First-generation American students who aim to attend one of the seven Wyoming community colleges or the University of Wyoming are eligible for the scholarship. One $500 scholarship will be awarded.
Douvas Scholarship Application and Information
Peter George Douvas, an immigrant from Greece, outlined in his will that a sum of money be left to the Wyoming Department of Education. The department will use this year’s money to establish a $500.00 scholarship to be awarded to a first-generation American youth who demonstrates need and motivation to attend college.
The application process for 2021 is open.
- Students must be a first-generation American. A first-generation American is one born in the United States, but whose parents were not born in the United States.
- Be a high school senior or between the ages of 18 and 22.
- Be a Wyoming resident.
- Use the scholarship at one of the state’s seven community colleges or the University of Wyoming.
- Use the scholarship to partially meet educational expenses during the school year that follows the spring application.
Application Process (Deadline April 30, 2021)
- Complete the online application.
- A confirmation email will be sent to your counselor or principal for approval.
- The counselor or principal must complete the approval.
- Scholarship awardees will be notified either by email no later than the last business day of May.
- The check will be mailed to the college of the recipient’s choice in August, and will be available to be used toward the expenses of the recipient.
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