Most Adventist schools in the United States provide matching scholarships to students who participate in Youth Rush.  Although summer earnings are not restricted to school tuition, the matching program schools offer is only for the earnings actually forwarded to the school by Upper Columbia Conference, not on earnings used for other purposes.

Below is a chart with the scholarship matching information from the Adventist Colleges and Universities in the North American Division, as well as a chart that shows the matching programs offered by schools in the Upper Columbia Conference. Although we try and keep this information as accurate as possible, it is subject to change by the individual schools listed. Youth Rush does not guarantee the amount of earnings.

Here is a sample chart of the Scholarship Matching Information. The chart below is based on a total average earnings of $3,000.

Andrews University 50% of first $4,600 $4,500
Atlantic Union College 50% of first $4,000 $4,500
Burman University (formerly CUC) 30% of first $3,334 $3,900
Griggs University 25% of first $2,000 $3,500
La Sierra University 100% of first $3,000 $6,000
Loma Linda University no matching program $3,000
Oakwood University 25% – 40% $3,750 – $4,200
Pacific Union College 100% of first $3,000 $6,000
Southern Adventist University 50% of first $4,000 $4,500
Southwestern Adventist University 75% of first $2,667 $5,000
Union College 100% of first $2,000 $5,000
Walla Walla University 50% of first $2,000 $4,000
Washington Adventist University 50% of first $3,000 $4,500



Cascade Christian Academy Contact School $3,000+
Palisades Christian Academy Contact School $3,000+
Tri-Cities Junior Academy Contact School $3,000+
Upper Columbia Academy 25% of first $2,000 $3,500
Walla Walla Valley Academy 25% of first $2,000 $3,500
Yakima Adventist School Contact School $3,000+