You May Qualify for a Scholarship or Financial Aid in the School of the Environment:
Every spring semester the School of the Environment awards scholarships to students from a wide variety of endowments. In addition, we help students find jobs, fellowships, internships, and other forms of support (see below).
Scholarship Deadline – January 31, 2023
Undergraduates must apply for these scholarships through the WSU scholarship application. Be sure to list your major and academic interests to be eligible for awards in the School of the Environment (SoE).
WSU Scholarship Opportunities:
Graduate Students will receive an application package from SoE via email early spring semester.
Student Financial Services
The School of the Environment strongly encourages students who are interested in scholarships and loans to first visit WSU Student Financial Services and learn about the comprehensive financial resources and planning advice that Washington State University provides to students.
At WSU Student Financial Services you can learn about financial aid options, including:
- Grants & Waivers
- Student Jobs
- Post-Baccalaureate Aid
- Consortium Agreements
- Study Abroad
In addition to these options, you may learn about financial aid applications for:
- Undocumented Students
- Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA)
- Native American Students
- LGBTQ+ Students
- Veterans and Military-Affiliated Students (VMAS)
The following additional information resources are external to WSU but may be helpful in learning about scholarship opportunities and how to apply for them: