WSU is committed to minimizing any obstacles prospective students may face. While undocumented students have limited eligibility for financial aid, we have made it our mission to provide the maximum amount of assistance possible.
Our office is currently working on establishing the guidelines and process for how our students will be receiving funds from HB 1368. For most students, this will be an automated system of distribution using information from the WASFA and will not require the student to actually apply for the funds. Once we have everything set up and have received approval from WSAC, we will award eligible students with the funds and it will be disbursed directly to the student. For those without a WASFA on file that would otherwise meet the eligibility criteria (to be established), there will be an application form – more information to come on this.
We will be posting any updates and information under the State Funding heading on this page: https://www.studentcare.wsu.edu/student-resources/financial-assistance/
If you have any further questions, please contact us at email@example.com.
You could qualify for resident tuition
Good news! If you have lived in the state of Washington for at least three years and earned a diploma or GED from a Washington state high school, you may qualify for in-state tuition rates under state law HB-1079. Please note that HB-1079 does not change a student’s legal citizenship status.
To attend WSU at the in-state tuition rate: