Help your students with the application, scholarship, and financial aid process.
- Freshmen (including home-schooled and Running Start students)
- Transfer students
- International students
Washington State Residents
Washington State students ranked among the top 10 percent of their class or who have earned at least a 3.5 GPA at the time of application now have assured admission to Washington State University.
Completed applications to attend WSU must be submitted by published deadlines. January 31 is the priority application deadline for fall semester 2011. To maintain assured admission, students must complete core course and admission requirements as outlined by the Washington Higher Education Coordinating Board, keep their high school grades and standing at the same level during their senior year, and graduate prior to their enrollment at WSU.
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Free Application for Federal Student Aid
To receive the maximum financial assistance for which they are eligible, students should complete the Free Application for Financial Aid (FAFSA) between January 1 and February 15 of their senior year. Students who enroll in the spring should update their FAFSA applications.
WSU Scholarship information and how to apply
To be automatically considered for more than 700 WSU award programs based on academic merit, financial need, or both, students must complete the WSU scholarship application and the WSU admissions applications no later than January 31 of their senior year. Direct your students here for more helpful information on applying for scholarships.
Forms and additional information your students may need
- Fee waiver application (PDF) - A limited number of waivers are awarded based on financial need
- AP/IB/CLEP and Running Start credit - WSU course credit awarded for Advanced Placement, International Baccalaureate, and College-Level Examination Program exams
- Establishing Washington state residency