- WSU Vancouver Scholarship
- University-wide scholarships
- Regents Scholars Programs
- Community College President's Award
- Vancouver Academic Achievement Award
- Vancouver Nonresident Academic Achievement Award
- Transfer Achievement Award
- International awards
“I didn’t think I would be eligible for any scholarships as an older student who works full-time. I was under the impression that scholarship money was just for first-time students with high grade point averages. I was wrong. I would encourage all students to apply for any and all scholarships they think might be applicable.”
—Karin Chandler, psychology/human resources
WSU Vancouver Scholarship
The WSU Vancouver Scholarship application covers more than 80 scholarships for WSU Vancouver students only.
The 2015/16 WSU Vancouver scholarship application is now closed.
The 2016/17 WSU Vancouver scholarship application will open November 2015.
Students attending the Vancouver campus are eligible for university-wide scholarships administered by the Pullman campus. The deadline is January 31.
The 2015/16 university-wide scholarship application is now closed.
The 2016/17 university-wide scholarship application is open.
Regents Scholars Programs
If you were nominated by your high school for the Regents Scholars Programs, contact Student Financial Services (Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships) at the Vancouver campus for additional information about this program at our campus.
Community College President's Award
This program offers transfer students opportunities for significant support toward their college education at Washington State University Vancouver.
Learn more about the Community College President's Award.
Scholarships awarded with admission
Vancouver Academic Achievement Award
Recognizes select Washington high school students who demonstrate academic excellence. A limited number of these $4,000 awards are given to qualified students who have completed their admission application materials by the priority deadline of January 31.
If your GPA and/or test scores improve over the course of your senior year, call to see if the VAA Award is still available.
Vancouver Nonresident Academic Achievement Award
Recognizes exceptional out-of-state incoming freshmen and transfer students with scholarships of up to $25,000.
Transfer Achievement Award
Recognizes exceptional incoming transfer students who are Washington state residents with scholarships of up to $6,000 over three years.
International academic and admission scholarships
Six award programs are available to international students. Click here to learn more about International Awards.