If you graduated from Washburn, your children are considered legacies. Legacy students enjoy a few benefits when they attend Washburn:
- Legacy students don’t pay out-of-state tuition and receive a waiver.
- Legacy students are encouraged to apply for an Alumni Association scholarship. Established in 1944, the scholarship fund has generated hundreds of thousands of dollars for students.
- If your son or daughter is interested in attending Washburn, contact Admissions for more information or to set up a campus visit.
- Riley Krane received an Alumni Association scholarship for the 2012-13 academic year. Like his parents were during their years at Washburn, Krane is a student-athlete, playing baseball. His mother, Shelley, played tennis and father, John, baseball at Washburn.
- Connor Crimmins received an Alumni Association scholarship during the 2011-12 academic year. His grandparents, parents and uncle graduated from Washburn, making the school a family tradition.
- Justin Blumreich, who has a bachelor of business administration, is a fifth-generation graduate.
- For updates regarding legacy students, follow us on Twitter under #BodLegacy.