Eastern Washington University offers the following grants to first-degree undergraduate students based on financial need:
Federal Pell Grants are awarded to eligible undergraduate students based on the information you submit on your FAFSA. The amount of Pell Grant you may receive over your lifetime is limited by federal law to be equivalent to 6 years of Pell Grant funding.
FSEOG is a federal grant for high-need undergraduate students. It is generally paired with a Pell Grant, depending on availability of funds.
This is a grant awarded by Eastern Washington University to undergraduate, Washington state residents based on financial need. The award is available for qualified students up to 225 attempted credits.
The State Need Grant is available for up to 15 full time quarters or 225 attempted credits to undergraduates who are Washington state residents. Financial need is the primary criteria and funds are limited. You must apply by the February 1st FAFSA priority date to be considered.
The College Bound Scholarship program is an early commitment of state financial aid to eligible students who sign up in middle school and fulfill the pledge below. It is called a scholarship, but is technically a grant. The program encourages students who might not consider college because of the cost.
When eligible students apply, they promise to:
Eligible students may receive the College Bound Scholarship for up to a maximum of 12 quarters, including summer session.