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How to Apply for Financial Aid & Scholarships 2017-2018

Applying for spring 2018 and summer 2018? It's not too late!

 

  1. Apply for admission to Weber State University.

    This application takes 10 minutes and is only done once.

    Apply to Weber

    Bonus! When you're admitted to Weber, you're automatically considered for academic scholarships based on the information you provided on your application.

  2. Fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).

    This application takes about 30 minutes and should be completed every year. The aid year begins fall semester and extends through summer semester.  The 2018-19 FAFSA considers you for fall 2018, spring 2019, and summer 2019. 

    School code: 003680
    FAFSA opens: October 1, 2017
    FAFSA Priority Deadline: April 1, 2018

    Complete Your FAFSA

  3. Fill out the WSU Finaid and Scholarship Application.  

    Step 1: Let us know when you plan to graduate, your planned enrollment, and if you are receiving other assistance to help you pay for school. If you would like to change any of the information you submitted in step 1, please contact our office and we can adjust for you.  

    Step 2: Complete the scholarship application if you would like to be considered for private donor scholarships. 

    Scholarship applications are considered on a first-come, first-served basis. The earlier you apply, the better.  

    Finaid and Scholarship App

     

  4. Create your Financial Aid Verify account.

If additional information is required for your file, Financial Aid Verify allows you to view your financial aid requirements and submit your requirements electronically. You will only need to create an account once. More info on Financial Aid Verify

TIP: If you list a text message phone number when creating your account, our office will text you with important updates to your file.

Our office reserves the right to correct your FAFSA based on the information we receive.

Create Your Account

Not a “typical” student?

The financial aid process is the same for nearly all students, but some of you need to know additional information:

I've Applied. What's Next?

Receiving Financial Aid and Scholarships