Student Emergency Funds
Student Emergency Funds are available for currently enrolled students (graduate and undergraduate) experiencing financial emergencies (housing, food, health care, materials required for classes in the current online instruction environment...) related to the current COVID-19 situation. These Emergency Funds can only be accessed if you have exhausted all financial aid resources and are available thanks to generous donations from donors.
You can afford college
The WSU Student Financial Services Office delivers more than $200 million (systemwide) in financial aid and scholarships to some 15,000 students annually. You can get a great education at an affordable price.
Types of aid Apply for aid Manage your aid
- Aid eligibility
- WSU financial aid estimator and net price calculator
- Aid for undocumented students
- Ayuda Financiera En Espańol
Submit Student Financial Services documents
Review the full calendar for deadlines.
File your FAFSA or WASFA
The FAFSA—Free Application for Federal Student Aid—will help you determine your eligibility for federal student aid. The time to file your 2022/23 FAFSA is now.
The FAFSA code for all WSU campuses is 003800.
If you are an undocumented student, file the WASFA—Washington Application for State Financial Aid.
Helpful videos and resources
Review tips on applying for financial aid, understanding your financial aid offer letter, loan forgiveness and more.
of WSU Vancouver students receive some form of financial aid and/or scholarship
in scholarships and tuition waivers to more than 700 WSU Vancouver students
Scholarships can help you pay for college. WSU Vancouver students are eligible for both WSU systemwide scholarships and WSU Vancouver-specific scholarships.
WSU General Scholarship Application
Act now—apply for hundreds of WSU scholarships today!
Attend a free A – Z of Paying for College workshop
Financial aid can be difficult to understand. We hold workshops throughout the year to explain how it all works. Get your questions answered by financial aid experts.
"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 my first year."
—Davina Cepeda, public affairs
Tuition and student account payments
Make tuition and student account payments with the Cashier in the Cougar Center.
Better prepare yourself to manage your finances now and in the future with a variety of tools, information and guidance.
For answers, contact Student Financial Services at firstname.lastname@example.org or 360-546-9559. Fax documents to 360-546-9032.
Location and hours
Student Financial Services is located in the upper level of the Student Services Center.
Cougar Center hours of operation