Undergraduate Scholarship Eligibility
Students certified in a CAS undergraduate degree program and students who are enrolled in a CAS professional track who are advised by a CAS advisor in the Health Professions Student Center are eligible, including current students, incoming freshmen, and transfer students. Not sure if you are eligible? Contact your CAS undergraduate advisor to find out!
By completing the CAS scholarship applications, you 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.
The following criteria must be met and maintained at the time of application through the academic year in which the scholarship is offered. For incoming students, enrollment and certification isn’t required until Fall 2020.
- Regularly enrolled full-time at the WSU Everett, Pullman, Tri-Cities, or Vancouver campuses
- Certified in a major or minor degree program offered by CAS or enrolled in a pre-professional track through the Health Professions Student Center and advised by a CAS advisor. Double majors and minors are eligible as long as one degree program is offered by CAS.
- For department or school scholarships, students must be certified in a degree program offered by that department or school.
- Need-based scholarships require a completed FAFSA/WASFA application for consideration.
- Maintain a 2.5 cumulative GPA
- Maintain good academic and financial standing
Important Eligibility Considerations
- If a scholarship recipient changes degree programs and/or or does not maintain the eligibility requirements during the award period, the scholarship offer(s) may be rescinded and the funds, if disbursed, will be returned to the College of Arts and Sciences.
- Non-certified major/minor degree seeking students are not eligible for CAS scholarships and fellowships, including students who are undecided or who are enrolled only in a CAS certificate program.
- 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.
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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