Fall 2018 Enrollment:
Estimate your aid and plan ahead
No student should have their dreams denied because of their background or financial circumstances.
In addition to scholarships and support offered by WSU — such as WSU’s Cougar Commitment and general WSU and Alumni Association scholarships — there are a number of statewide programs that help you pursue an education beyond high school and community college. Visit readysetgrad.wa.gov to learn more about the many ways to make education affordable.
If you’re going to use federal loans, you should fill out the the FAFSA (free application for student aid) at fafsa.gov. In order to keep receiving aid, you will need to do this every year. You can estimate how much aid you’re eligible for with the handy estimator at this link and estimate how much it will cost to attend WSU Everett.
Please note that these tools provide approximate expenses and amounts of financial aid that a student may qualify for at WSU. They do not guarantee aid or commit WSU, the U.S. Department of Education, or the State of Washington to the results provided. To be considered for financial aid, you will need to apply and meet deadlines. Estimates do not include scholarships. To assess what college might cost you personally, see the WSU financial aid estimator. The net price calculator can be used to determine the estimated cost of attendance minus median grant/scholarship aid—that a full-time, first degree, undergraduate student will pay to attend WSU.
Accessing the online application
If you’re ready to apply, follow this link to and scroll to select your student type for more information about requirements, deadlines, and to access the online application. For assistance, contact the Admissions Office at 425-405-1600 or email@example.com.