The Financial Aid and Scholarship Office helps you obtain funding for your higher education. Financial aid includes scholarships, grants, tuition waivers, work study and loans.
University Honors Program and Scholarship: The Honors Program at Eastern Washington University cultivates excellence in undergraduate education by providing enhanced educational opportunities to superior students and special teaching opportunities for outstanding faculty. New freshmen and transfer students are eligible for the Honors Program and multi-year Honors Scholarships. which range in annual value up to full resident, undergraduate tuition. Freshman applicants should have a minimum 3.60 cumulative high school GPA and superior SAT reading and math scores. Transfer applicants should have a complete AA degree and minimum 3.70 cumulative GPA. To find out more, visit University Honors or call 509.359.2822.
Presidential Scholarship: New freshmen entering EWU Fall 2017 may automatically qualify for the four-year Presidential Scholarship. There is no application. Washington resident students who apply for admission to EWU by Feb. 1, 2017 will be considered. To qualify, students must have a 3.80 or higher high school GPA or a 1310 or higher SAT total score (or comparable ACT composite score of 28 or higher). To renew each school year, recipients must maintain a minimum 3.50 cumulative EWU GPA.
Dean's Scholarship: New freshmen entering EWU Fall 2017 may apply for the four-year Dean's Scholarship. To be considered, complete the 2017-18 EWU Scholarship Application by February 1, 2017. To compete for the award students must have a 3.50 or higher cumulative high school GPA and a minimum 1080 or higher SAT total score (or comparable ACT composite score of 21 or higher). To renew each school year, recipients must maintain a minimum 3.50 cumulative EWU GPA.
EWU Special Honors Scholarship - National Merit Finalists or Semi-Finalists: Students named National Merit Finalists (or semi-finalists) and who enter Eastern as a beginning freshman fall quarter 2017 may be eligible for a four-year EWU Scholarship. For consideration, submit verification of your National Merit Scholar status to the Financial Aid and Scholarship Office.
Eastern Advantage Scholarship: Eastern Advantage is a personal academic support program that provides first generation college students with the tools and resources necessary to succeed in achieving their goal of attaining a college degree. Eastern Advantage Scholarships are open to freshmen who are a 1) 2017 high school graduate, 2) first generation college student (neither parent holds a four year degree), 3) Washington resident, and 4) U.S. citizen or eligible non-citizen. All new freshmen meeting the aforementioned criteria will automatically be considered for an award. To find out more, visit the Eastern Advantage Program or call them at 509.359.2487.
EWU First Scholars: In partnership with Project S.T.E.a.M., EWU offers five, two-year scholarships to students who 1) participated in a FIRST Tech Challenge, a FIRST Robotics Competition or Project Lead the Way during high school, 2) enter Eastern as a beginning freshman fall quarter 2017, AND 3) plan to pursue a degree in engineering, technology, mathematics or computer science at the Cheney/Riverpoint campus. For consideration, submit verification of FIRST or Project Lead the Way participation to the Financial Aid and Scholarship Office by August 30.
Running Start Scholars: To support our former EWU Running Start participants, EWU provides a scholarship opportunity to students choosing to attend EWU immediately following their high school/running start studies. Recipients must have completed at least 30 EWU running start credits with a 3.3 or higher cumulative GPA by Fall 2017 for 2017-2018 award consideration. To apply for this competitive award, complete the 2017-2018 General EWU Scholarship Application by February 1, 2017.
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