Financial aid

1. File the 2021/22* FAFSA or WASFA in October.

The FAFSA will help you determine your eligibility for federal student aid. If you are an undocumented student, file the WASFA.

FAFSA WASFA

Filing instructions and deadlines

*You may still file a 2020/21 FAFSA or WASFA if you haven't done so already.

2. Apply for scholarships and award programs.

The WSU General Scholarship Application lets you apply to many scholarships at once, including more than 100 scholarships for WSU Vancouver students only.

Apply for scholarships

Additional scholarship opportunities

3. Attend an online A – Z of Paying for College workshop.

Financial aid has many moving parts that can be difficult to understand. We hold regularly scheduled workshops to explain how it all works.

Workshop schedule

Schedule a virtual appointment

Schedule a 30-minute virtual appointment with WSU Vancouver Student Financial Services.

Schedule Virtual Appointment

If you have questions, please contact Student Financial Services at 360-546-9559 or van.finaid@wsu.edu.

Davina Cepeda

"Moving from Guam to Washington, I've kept my personal finances in mind when it came to furthering my education. Luckily, here at WSU Vancouver, we have amazing resources that have actually helped me reduce my debt since freshman year."

—Davina Cepeda, B.A., strategic communication

Questions?

Contact the Student Financial Services at 360-546-9559 or van.finaid@wsu.edu.