The summer session financial aid application is now available and can be found online here.
Financial aid applicants have the option to receive an emergency short term loan for your books and living expenses. If you are a Pullman student, please come to our office to fill out the paperwork. If you are a student that is a financial aid applicant from an urban campus, call your campus student financial aid representative. If you are an online student, you can call our WSU-Financial Aid Office (509-335-9711) to have the paperwork emailed to you.
Don't forget to look at your zzusis checklist items for any "to-do" list items such
as the entrance interview! In addition to the entrance interview, if you are a first
time student loan borrower you must also complete your Master Promissory Note.
The entrance interview and Master Promissory Notes are completed on
www.studentloans.gov. Once completed, please allow 3-5 business days for
Please keep in mind that if we asked for verification documents, the processing time for those forms is approximately 4-6 weeks.
If you are an undergraduate student who will be enrolled in less than 12 credits for Spring 2013, more information about financial aid can be found here.
For additional information about the awarding of the College Bound Scholarship, see here
At this link, you can find more information about the Work-Study Program: "Frequently Asked Questions about Work Study for 2012-2013".
Changes to the Satisfactory Academic Policy (SAP) for all financial aid recipients will go into effect beginning Fall Semester 2012). To see how these changes will affect WSU students click here. The complete SAP Handbook is available under the Publications page here. You can download and print it for future reference.
Build your own budget and learn about tools and resources available to help you finance your education. Click here for more.