Hathaway Scholarship Fund
Applying for Hathaway at Casper College:
(PLEASE REVIEW THE ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS BEFORE APPLYING)
- Complete the online Casper College application for admissions.
The Hathaway application is included in the online Casper College application for admission.Have your current high school transcripts and ACT/WorkKeys Scores sent to Casper College for an estimated Hathaway award amount.
- When you graduate, have your high school send a final copy of your official transcript, listing graduation date.
- Hathaway Scholarship amounts are finalized at census date (view Important Dates).
- Want more info? Check out our Hathaway Brochure.
- Hathaway Scholarship Post-Initiation Deferment Request
- Hathaway Transfer Request
- Hathaway Eligibility Recheck Request
- Hathaway Scholarship Community College Extension Request
Hathaway Appeal Forms:
Please return Hathaway forms to Enrollment Services on the 3rd floor of the Walter H. Nolte Gateway Center. Or you may mail or fax to: CC Scholarships-Hathaway, Casper College, 125 College Drive, Casper, WY 82601. Fax: 307-268-2026.
Please notify the Hathaway Coordinator at both schools to transfer the scholarship. A Hathaway transfer transcript is required to transfer the scholarship.
- Hathaway can be used for the equivalent of four full time semesters at any Wyoming community college and four semesters at the University of Wyoming.
- Students may transfer their Hathaway at any time between semesters during the eligibility window. Provisional Opportunity students must earn a degree before transferring the scholarship to the University.
- The student’s eligibility status, including GPA, hours completed, and payment received, will be included on the Hathaway transfer transcript.
- Funding can only be received from one institution. A consortium agreement is required for dually enrolled students.
“We must all work together to build a better Wyoming.”
– Governor Stanley Hathaway
The Hathaway Scholarship was established to help Wyoming’s students prepare for and pursue their post-secondary education in the state.
The scholarship has its roots in Governor Stanley Hathaway’s 1974 decision to create the state of Wyoming Permanent Mineral Trust Fund. The fund’s income would support state government operations – including higher education in Wyoming.
In 2005, state lawmakers created a scholarship fund with a $400 million permanent endowment, whose income funds scholarships for qualified Wyoming high school graduates to attend the University of Wyoming or any of the state’s seven community colleges. They honored Hathaway’s many contributions to the state and accomplishments by naming the scholarship program for him.
The Hathaway Scholarship program has turned Governor Hathaway’s dream of building a better Wyoming into a reality by making attending college possible through merit- and need-based scholarships for qualified Wyoming high school graduates.