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Completing the WSU scholarship application and the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) or WASFA (Washington Application for State Financial Aid) puts you in the running for these major scholarships, plus many more. We’ll consider you for all the awards that fit your qualifications, and you could end up receiving more than one.

Also, make sure to check out the scholarships available through your academic department and WSU’s scholarship search engine.

Cougar Commitment

Open to Washington residents, this scholarship aims to make school more accessible for low-income families.
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Crimson Transfer Award

Open to transfer students and is valued at $2,000
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Distinguished University Achievement Award

As long as you apply to WSU, you’re in the running for this $4,000 award.
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Glenn Terrell Presidential Award

Eligibility for this $4,000 award is based on your GPA and SAT/ACT scores and it’s open to freshmen and transfer students.
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National Merit Corporation Scholarship

If you’re a high school senior looking into four year universities, you could become a National Merit Scholar. Talk to your counselor or teacher about nominating you for this prestigious award.
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Regents Scholars Program

The WSU Regents Scholars Program recognizes Washington’s best high school students for their hard work and academic accomplishments.
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University Achievement Award

Have you applied to WSU? Then you’re in the running for this $2,000 award.
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