Eligible students must:
There is no separate application process to be considered for the WUE—your admissions file with state residency data will determine your eligibility.
The WUE program does not apply to Summer Term, Study Abroad programs, or Remedial Courses.
Post-baccalaureate students, graduate students, or students seeking a 2nd bachelor's degree are not eligible to receive the WUE.
Students do not need to maintain continuous enrollment to qualify for WUE renewal.
The WUE award waives a portion of the out-of-state tuition so that your final tuition amount is 150% of in-state tuition. Example of the WUE tuition cost for the 2016-2017 academic year (costs are subject to change):
|Estimated tuition for out-of state students:||$20,406|
|Estimated tuition for in-state residents:||$6,603|
|150% of in-state tuition||$9,904||Your estimated tuition amount|
|Estimated WUE award:||$10,502||Your estimated savings|
Yes. They are renewable for up to 12 academic quarters (four years) or 225 attempted credits, whichever comes first. This includes transfer credits, depending upon incoming class standing:
No. Time accrued while receiving a WUE waiver will not count toward the length of time required to establish Washington State residency status. If you are or will be seeking Washington State residency, you must notify the Financial Aid Office immediately @ email@example.com. If you obtain Washington residency after receiving this award, your award will be canceled retroactively and may be subject to fines. WUE criteria are subject to change at any time and without notice.
Note: Residency is established through Registrar Services. Please refer to the Residency link on Registrar's Office for information.
Approximately seven, two-year scholarships in the amount of $20,000 will be awarded to academicallyGeneral Scholarship Application Deadline Is February 1st
The CWU GSA deadline is February 1st. The application opens on October 1st and is available at MyCWUC. Farrell Fine Arts And Research Scholarship
This scholarship is available to Sophomore, Junior, and Senior students at Central Washington Univer