Tuition, Fees, Scholarships & Financial Aid
Tuition, fees, and other charges are subject to change by the action
of the various legislative bodies. Therefore, the information
presented here, although current, should be considered only as an
Summary of Yearly Expenses: 2012-2013
financial aid information
Resident Tuition & Fees (WA, ID & WICHE sponsored)
Non-Resident Tuition and Fees
Board and Room (aprox)
regarding the WSU College of
Total expenses for students may be greater than indicated above due
to the cost of necessary additional expenditures for books, supplies, and
other items. Microscopes are furnished for all students for $100 per year to
cover maintenance and insurance. Students may purchase their own microscopes
for a more complete breakdown
of projected costs.
for WA, ID, WICHE and International Students.
Adequate financing for the professional program is essential.
Further information on available financial aid can be obtained from
Office of Financial Aid and
Scholarships, Lighty Student Services Bldg., Room 380, Pullman,
Applicants should submit their Free Application for
Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)
no later than Feb.15 for priority consideration. Make sure to
select WSU as a school that your report should be sent to in order
to guarantee consideration for financial aid if admitted. WICHE and
out-of-area applicants also need to make sure reports are provided
to WSU in order to be considered for financial aid.
The WSU CVM maintains an active scholarship and awards program. Each
year approximately $500,000 is awarded to students currently enrolled. WSU
has some additional funds designated for incoming students that are awarded
based upon academic achievement and need. Application at WSU for
scholarships and awards is made through the Office of Student Services,
College of Veterinary Medicine in June for incoming students and in January
for currently enrolled students.