WSU Financial Aid Estimator
Prospective and current WSU students may find the Financial Aid Estimator useful in estimating the amount of financial aid they may eligible to receive when paying for college. This tool provides approximate amounts and types of financial aid (including loans and grants) that a student may qualify for at Washington State University(WSU). Estimates provided are based on WSU's most recent financial aid packaging policies and costs that reflect your class standing, campus and academic program. This tool does not account for scholarships.
Important to Understand
The calculation result you receive is neither a guaranteed award package nor a commitment of aid by WSU. It is an estimate only for initial college planning purposes.
- Actual student aid eligibility is determined through the completion of the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (www.fafsa.ed.gov). The FAFSA application is typically submitted by a prospective and current WSU student in January of the year prior to the start of classes. WSU's FAFSA priority submission deadline is February 15th, and WSU’s document submission deadline of May 15th. Meeting both these deadlines are important in being eligible for the most aid possible at WSU but were not considered in this estimate..
- While this Estimator reflects Washington State University’s aid packaging practices and differs from other colleges', actual financial aid awards for admitted students are determined when the FAFSA is received and processed.
- This estimate does not take into account untaxed income reported on the FAFSA or a student’s aggregate loan or Pell Grant limits.
- Please be aware that scholarships will be considered part of a student's final award and will affect the amount of aid a student receives.
- The accuracy of the information you provide and enter in the Estimator affects the accuracy of your end results received.
- The information captured in the Estimator will not be utilized by Washington State University, stored on this web page or shared with any other entity. It is only for your benefit in evaluating college costs.