Welcome to EWU Graduate Studies! We offer affordable graduate programs from Addiction Studies to Urban Planning.
Apply by going directly to the online application. However, please familiarize yourself with the specific program requirements before submitting your application.
Each year, EWU awards a limited number of tuition waivers and other forms of support on a competitive basis through the Graduate Studies Office, upon recommendation from an academic program or administrative office, to graduate students of outstanding promise. Departments recommend students for awards from annual departmental waiver allocations. Follow the links below or on the left menu for information about the three tuition waiver programs administered in the Graduate Studies Office.
Available to qualified Washington resident or nonresident graduate students upon departmental recommendation; most awards include tuition waiver, stipend and health insurance eligibility; recipients work 20 hours per week teaching, supporting teaching or providing administrative service.
Available to qualified nonresident graduate students upon departmental recommendation; waives a portion of nonresident graduate tuition so that the recipient's net charge is equal to 150% of the resident graduate rate in their program; may not be combined with other tuition waiver awards; no university service required.
Available to qualified nonresident graduate students from one of 15 western states upon departmental recommendation in one of seven programs: Communication Sciences and Disorders, Creative Writing, Dental Hygiene, Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy, Public History and Social Work.
WRGP (Western Regional Graduate Program) waives a portion of nonresident graduate tuition so that the recipient's net charge is equal to the resident graduate rate in their program; no university service required for the WICHE award. WICHE award may be combined with resident-level graduate service appointment. Approved programs: Communication Sciences and Disorders, Creative Writing, Dental Hygiene, Public History and Social Work.
PSEP (Professional Student Exchange Program) students pay resident tuition. Funding is provided directly to the insitution from the student's home state to cover a portion or all of the nonresident portion of tuition; no university service required for PSEP students. PSEP students may combine a resident-level graduate service appointment waiver. Approved programs: Occupational Therapy and Physical Therapy.
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