Student Financial Services
Current resident and non-resident rates for both graduate and undergraduate students. Find residency information here.
We encourage all students to apply for scholarships. Grades, talent, financial need, leadership, ambition — any one of these could qualify you for one of several hundred different award programs at WSU. Find out how and when to apply for scholarships.
Depending on your level of financial need, you could get grants, loans, work-study jobs on campus, and scholarships, too.
Use our financial aid estimator to calculate how much aid you could be eligible for and our net price calculator to estimate what your cost will be after aid is factored in.
- Fill out the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid).
- Fill out a WSU scholarship application when you apply for admission.
- Check out WSU’s University Achievement Award program for in-state students and the Cougar Academic Award for out-of-state students.
WSU offers support for both veterans and students on active duty. In fact, we’re ranked among the most military-friendly schools in the nation. Here are some resources that may be useful:
Contact Jason Trosine, Campus Registrar, firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 509-358-7530 for Spokane or Blaine Golden, Coordinator, Veterans Affairs, Pullman email@example.com or phone 509.335.1234 for more information.
HB 1079 students have limited eligibility for financial aid. The following pages are dedicated to providing relevant information to ensure all students receive the maximum amount of assistance possible.