College and departmental scholarships
Most of the University's academic colleges award scholarships of their own. The WSU scholarship application puts you into consideration for most of these — several hundred award programs, in all — in addition to the university-wide scholarship programs.
Most of these awards depend on your interest in a particular field or major, and some may require supplemental materials, so be sure to check out their requirements.
Agricultural, human, and natural resource sciences
The College of Agricultural, Human, and Natural Resource Sciences (CAHNRS) awards scholarships to students in all of its 20+ majors.
More about CAHNRS scholarships
Arts and sciences
The College of Arts and Sciences offers both merit- and need-based awards to students at all stages n their education. Many awards are renewable for a second academic year (criteria vary).
More about arts and sciences scholarships
Available to students who have certified a major in the College of Business or who have a strong interest in business.
More about business scholarships
The Edward R. Murrow College of Communication awards scholarships to students interested in broadcasting, journalism, public relations, and general communications.
More about communication scholarships
Undergraduate and graduate students who are certified into a major in the College of Education are eligible for scholarships.
More about education scholarships
Engineering and architecture
Scholarships from the College of Engineering and Architecture for students working toward a degree in engineering, architecture, or construction management.
More about engineering/architecture scholarships
Veterinary medicine and neuroscience
The College of Veterinary Medicine awards scholarships to certified neuroscience majors and to pre-med or pre-vet students with a strong interest in neuroscience (at Pullman campus only).
More about neuroscience scholarships