Estimate your aid and plan ahead
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.
Yes, you can afford college
Invest in yourself. Attending college may be more affordable than you think. Many of our students find they can live at home while attending WSU Everett and save money on housing costs.
WSU Everett students also have the option of living on campus in the excellent student apartments at Everett Community College—our neighbors right across the street.
Tuition seems like such a big number but there’s more to the story. Individual students who completed the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) on time, met all financial aid deadlines and qualified for the maximum need-based aid available received the following 2017/18 federal and state grants:
- Federal Pell Grant +$5,920
- WA State Need Grant +$9,369
- Total award = $15,289
That’s enough to cover tuition and books—plus some left over to help with living expenses!
Find the funding for you
Are you a transfer student? Good news. You’re eligible for significantly more financial aid when you file the FAFSA in October. fafsa.gov
Undocumented students are also eligible for financial aid! File the Washington Application for State Financial Aid (WASFA) in October. readysetgrad.org
Know the code
File your FAFSA in October every year. The WSU school code for all campuses is 003800.
Paying for your WSU Everett education:
- Detailed tuition and fees for the current academic year.
- Financial aid and scholarship resources.
- Student employment opportunities – coming soon…
- Resources for non-residents.
- Resources for Washington residents.