Washington State University is committed to helping you find ways to put our nationally-ranked academic programs within your financial reach. Learn how you can take part in the $137 million in scholarships and financial aid the University awards to more than 14,500 students each year.
Kiplinger's, a magazine devoted to "making money work," includes Washington State University in their 2006 top 100 Best Values in Public Colleges.
- Scholarships – Learn about WSU's many available awards, eligibility requirements, and application information.
- Financial aid — This is your first stop in obtaining scholarships, loans, work-study assistance, and other financial aid at WSU. You may also check your To Do List and view your awards at myWSU (select Finances, then Student Aid).
- Tuition and costs – Determine the cost of your tuition, room and board, and other fees, based on your academic program, residency status, and other factors.
- Pay tuition deposit – Make your advanced tuition payment online.
- Pay tuition and other fees – Use this convenient electronic form to make payments by credit card on your tuition, housing, dining, and other accounts. Avoid penalties by making sure you know your tuition due date.
- Military benefits – Learn about financial aid and scholarships that may be available in addition to your military or veterans benefits.
These planned visits are carefully thought out to give you the best idea of the WSU campus experience and to take best advantage of the time you have in Pullman.
Learn about majors and minors that interest you and talk with the outstanding professors who lead your classes. Enjoy a full day of University life by attending a class, touring residence halls, talking with current students, and more.
Visits by appointment
If you can't come to an organized visit, schedule a visit on your own.
You'll get a guided tour and information about study opportunities, financing your
education, how to apply, and more.
Grade school teachers - want to come to WSU for a field trip? By
organizing it in advance, a variety of activities can be arranged during the
school year, including visits to university museums, the planetarium, and more.