To be eligible for scholarships from WSU, do the following:
- Apply to WSU by January 31.
- Complete the WSU scholarship application by January 31.
- File the WASFA and FAFSA to qualify for scholarships that consider financial need. New student deadline – January 31.
Current student deadline – February 15.
In addition to general university scholarships, you may be eligible for awards based on your field of study. The University’s academic colleges and departments offer scholarships to students in specific majors and areas of interest. Financial need can be a consideration here, as well.
While the general WSU scholarship application puts you into consideration for most of these awards, some departmental scholarships require an additional application or supplemental materials. Be sure to visit the college and department websites for full information.
Carson College of Business
The Carson College of Business offers many scholarships to those who pursuing a degree in business at WSU—either as a certified major/minor or advancing toward certification.
Learn more about business scholarships.
Edward R. Murrow College of Communication
The Edward R. Murrow College of Communication awards many scholarships to students pursuing a degree in broadcasting, journalism, public relations and/or general communications.
Learn more about communication scholarships.
Voiland College of Engineering and Architecture
The Voiland College of Engineering and Architecture has scholarships for engineering majors—including scholarships reserved exclusively for electrical engineering students at Everett.
Learn more about engineering scholarships.
New scholarship opportunity: Click here to learn more about the new Intermec Foundation scholarships for engineering students in 2016 and 2017. Ten awards of $2,500 will be made over the next two years!