Scholarships come from various sources including the college you are attending, your program of study, your high school, local, regional and national organizations, employers and more! Many scholarships become available in the fall and winter with deadlines in February - May.
Through one simple application process, EWU awards over $5.5 million in scholarships to nearly 1,500 students each school year. There are scholarships based on major, hometown, community service and more! Click above to find out more and get started today!
Automatic Scholarships: EWU offers automatic awards for Fall 2018 incoming freshmen, ranging from $1,000 to $14,000.These four-year renewable scholarships are provided automatically to students who apply for admission by February 1, 2018. Click above to see if you qualify.
Western Undergraduate Exchange (WUE): The WUE scholarship helps incoming freshmen from 16 participating western states and territories. WUE, worth approximately $14,000 per year, is awarded automatically to those qualified with priority given to those who apply for admission by February 1. But, don't worry, even if you don't qualify for WUE, EWU offers other non-resident tuition scholarships to make EWU affordable. Click above to see if you qualify.
Freshmen Honors Scholarship: The Honors Scholarship for incoming freshmen provides an additional $1,000 each year to any other EWU scholarships you receive. If you're offered an Honors Scholarship, you'll have to participate in the Honors Program to receive the award. Apply for admission by February 1 for priority consideration. For more information, contact University Honors at email@example.com.
EWU offers scholarships for new transfer students. To be considered for these competitive awards, complete the EWU Scholarship Application by February 1, 2018.
Transfer Eagle (for students from WUE States): The Transfer Eagle scholarship helps incoming transfer students from 16 participating western states and territories. The Transfer Eagles, worth $11,750, is awarded automatically to those qualified with priority given to those who apply for admission by February 1.
More Scholarship Information
The Washington Student Achievement Council (WSAC) administers several state scholarship programs. For information and application details on any of the following programs, visit Ready Set Grad.
- American Indian Endowed Scholarship
- College Bound Scholarship
- Passport to College Promise Scholarship
Washington STEM supports low- and middle-income students pursuing eligible high-demand majors in science, technology, engineering, math (STEM) or health care and encourages recipients to work in Washington state once they complete their degrees. For information or application details visit the WSOS website.
The College Success Foundation administers several scholarship programs. For information or application details for any of the following programs, visit the College Success Foundation website.
- College Bound Scholarship
- Governor's Scholarship for Foster Youth
- Leadership 1000 Scholarship