WSU provides more than $90 million in financial aid and scholarships each year. WSU is already among the most affordable universities in the West, and with many scholarship and financial aid options available WSU can make sure a college education is within your reach.
Not all scholarships are based just on grades and test scores. Besides academic-based scholarships and aid, you can also apply for everything from needs-based financial aid for low income students to an activity-based scholarship for being a DJ at WSU's radio station.
No matter what your situation is, be sure to take some time and check out the many different options available to you.
Attention: Effective beginning the 2013-14 school year; students who drop classes will be required to submit proof of attendance to retain disbursed PELL grant funding.
If you are enrolled in block classes and drop from any of them, your eligibility will be recalculated. This means that you may owe money.
Read more about the Repeat Course Work Policy on our 'About Financial Aid' page.