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WSU Scholarships

Wondering how you’ll pay for college? We’ll help you find a way. Every year WSU awards approximately $170 million in scholarships, grants, and waivers.

The WSU General Scholarship Application deadline is January 31, 2023. Learn more

Washington residents

Completing the WSU scholarship application puts you in the running for these major scholarships, plus many more.
Washington Residents

Non-Washington residents

WSU has several scholarship programs designed specifically to help out-of-state students with tuition.
Non-Washington Residents

WSU General Scholarship Application

Complete one application to be considered for over 700 university scholarships.
WSU General Scholarship

International students

Eligible students must be enrolling for the first time in a degree program at WSU and not hold immigrant status in the U.S. and pay non-resident tuition.
International Students

Departmental scholarships

Most of the University’s academic colleges award scholarships of their own. Most of these awards depend on your interest in a particular field or major.
Departmental Scholarships

National Merit Scholarship

You’re eligible for this scholarship if you’re identified as a semifinalist by the National Merit Corporation and you’re admitted to WSU Pullman.
National Merit Scholarship

Bree Berg

Class of ’15 | Chemistry

I chose WSU for the Honors College, the sense of community, and the academic scholarships I received—which were really useful as an out-of-state student! I appreciated the emphasis on undergraduate students getting their hands dirty and doing research.