Graduate Student Scholarship & Fellowship Eligibility
Students enrolled in a CAS graduate degree program who are advised by a CAS advisor are eligible. Not sure if you are eligible? Contact your CAS graduate faculty advisor to find out!
By completing the CAS scholarship applications, students will be automatically considered for all scholarships available at the college-level and the department- and school-level. Only one CAS scholarship application per student will be considered. If you encounter difficulties with the online application please contact the CAS scholarship coordinator.
Graduate Student Eligibility
The following criteria must be met and maintained at the time of application through the academic year in which the scholarship or fellowship is offered. For incoming students, enrollment isn’t required until Fall 2020.
- Enrolled at the WSU Pullman, Spokane, Tri-Cities, or Vancouver campuses
- Graduate students must be enrolled in master’s or doctoral degree program offered by CAS. Interdisciplinary degree programs are eligible as long as one degree program is offered by CAS and are advised by a CAS advisor.
- For department or school scholarships, students must be certified in a degree program offered by that department or school.
- Need-based scholarships and fellowships require a completed FAFSA/WASFA application for consideration.
- Maintain a 3.0 cumulative GPA
- Maintain good academic and financial standing
Important Eligibility Considerations
- Students on continuous doctoral status during the academic year that the scholarship or fellowship is offered are eligible.
- If a scholarship or fellowship recipient changes degree programs and/or or does not maintain the eligibility requirements during the award period, the scholarship and/or fellowship offer(s) may be rescinded and the funds, if disbursed, will be returned to the College of Arts and Sciences.
- If a student is in collections with WSU at the time of application through the end of the award period, they are ineligible. Per the WSU Student Financial Services policy any student in collections will not receive any scholarship funds.
College-level fellowships are nomination-based and are facilitated by the Office of the Dean and the academic departments and schools; there is no application process. Academic department- and school-level fellowships are handled internally by each department and school.
Graduate fellowships typically support graduate students for their tuition and other educationally-related fees, research endeavors, travel for conference presentation, and other educationally-beneficial experiences and once-in-a-lifetime opportunities.
For information on what fellowships are available and how to apply, please contact your faculty advisor in your academic department or school for more details.
Nov. 30 – FAFSA/WASFA Priority Deadline for Current Students
Jan. 31 – Scholarship Applications due
Jan. 31 – FAFSA/WASFA Priority Deadline for New Students
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