Husky Pride Fund

Husky Pride Fund

The Husky Pride Fund is a need-based scholarship created by Huskies, for Huskies. Managed by the Associated Students of the University of Washington (ASUW), its purpose is to provide financial assistance to undergraduate and graduate students at the UW.
The ASUW understands the unique situation brought on by COVID-19 and recognize its impact on our students who may be facing housing and food insecurity. We are committed to supporting these students in particular through the Husky Pride Fund Emergency Aid grant. Since the scholarships creation individuals have recieved $200-$2,000 in support. Students who are in need of financial assistance as a result of COVID-19 are encouraged to apply. This may include, but is not limited to:

Housing insecurity
Food insecurity
Loss of income
Change in academic status resulting in loss of income

Fill out the emergency aid eligibility form to apply. Within your submission, you will be asked to describe your current circumstances regarding any financial hardships you may be facing. If your current circumstance is due to the coronavirus pandemic, please tell us how it has impacted you and how the Emergency Aid program can best support you. It is encouraged to tell us what you need help with; for example, housing, food, basic needs, technology, loss of wages, etc. And any information regarding your timeline of need.
By submitting your Emergency Aid application, you are also applying for the Husky Pride Fund. If you have any questions or would like to recommend anyone for the scholarship please contact the Director of Campus Partnerships at

Check out more COVID-19 resources here

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Contact information to stay updated about Husky Pride Fund

If you are interested in supporting the Husky Pride Fund, please contact the ASUW Director of Campus Partnerships, Brianna Asman (