Most awards are delivered electronically. When you are awarded, you will receive a notice in your Eagles email directing you to check your EagleNet account through the MyEWU Portal link. If you have not yet received an award, check your EagleNet account for missing documents. Late applicant awards and awards for students who applied through the Washington Application for Student Financial Aid (WASFA) should bo out in mid-to-late July.
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Students who apply by the following dates receive priority consideration for EWU financial aid for the following academic year:
FAFSA's received after February 15th will still be considered, but awards are made on a funds-available basis and late applicants may not receive all the aid for which they might otherwise qualify. No EWU Scholarship applications will be accepted after February 15th, but departmental scholarship applications may have later deadline dates. Please see the information under "Scholarships" in the left sidebar for more details.
The Cost of Attendance for 2014-2015 is available for your reference. These are the standard "base" amounts used to determine your financial aid eligibility. Your final cost may vary depending on your enrollment, program of study, types of courses taken, living status, residency, etc. For 2013-2014 and Summer 2014 cost of attendance, please refer to the Cost of Attendance page.
The EWU Net Price Calculator (Freshmen) provides estimated net price information (estimated cost of attendance minus estimated grant and scholarship aid) to prospective freshmen based on what similar students paid in a previous year.
The EWU Net Price Calculator (Transfers) provides estimated net price information (estimated cost of attendance minus estimated grant and scholarship aid) to prospective transfer students based on what similar students paid in a previous year.
NASFAA's Education Tax Benefit Guide provides details for students and families about tax credits and deductions to help lower the cost of higher education.
This tutorial explains how to use the IRS Data Retrieval Tool (DRT) to populate or update your FAFSA.
The 2014 Legislature passed the REAL Hope Act (SB 6523), also known as the Washington Dream Act, to expand eligibility for the Washington State Need Grant to non-citizens who meet the same residency requirement under HB 1079 and program requirements. The application process and requirements can be found here. Additional information for undocumented students can be found on the Additional Resources page.
EWU has two graduate certificate programs that are eligible for financial aid under the "gainful employment" provisions. Information for these programs is available under the following links: 1) Addiction Studies Graduate Certificate, 2) School PsychologyCertificate.
For important information about the university, please visit the student disclosure information page.
You can visit EagleNet at anytime for a current update on your aid. If you need to speak with a financial aid advisor, our office is open Monday through Friday from 8 am-5 pm and our phone lines are open from 8 am-4:45 pm, or you can email us at email@example.com.
Information on tuition and fee charges, billing, payments, refunds, direct deposit and tax credits can be found on the Student Financial Services website.
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