The Max and Sylvia Weinstein Scholarship was established to recognize an entering freshman with an exemplary academic and extracurricular record. It is an unique opportunity for students of the Jewish faith who hope to become involved in Washington and Lee's vibrant Jewish Community. The scholarship is for full tuition and is renewable for four years of work at Washington and Lee, provided the recipient maintains a 3.3 grade point average.
To be considered for the Weinstein Scholarship- or any merit-based awards- students must fill out and submit the Johnson Scholarship application, along with a complete application for admission no later than December 1, 2012. Because we do not always know students' religious faith or their interest in joining their religious community in college, we ask those who wish to be considered for the Weinstein Scholarship to submit a brief letter of interest with their Johnson Scholarship application.
Only students invited as finalists for the on-campus Johnson Scholarship Competition will be considered for this scholarship.