Costs & Financial Aid

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Purple and Gold scholarship

Husky Promise

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The Husky Promise is our guarantee that we will not let financial challenges stand in the way of Washington residents’ ability to discover your potential and achieve a UW degree. It assures that full tuition and standard fees will be covered by grant or scholarship support for eligible students. You will not have to pay…



The UW offers scholarships in everything from academic pursuits and research activities to community service and musical talents. You are considered for some scholarship programs automatically as part of your admission or financial aid applications, while others are available through departments once you are enrolled as a student. Freshman scholarships Transfer scholarships The Office of…

Applying for aid


Financial aid funds are an important resource to help pay for college. Over half of UW undergraduates receive financial aid. Applying for financial aid is separate from your application for admission. The UW uses the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and for undocumented students living in Washington, the Washington Application for State Financial…

Cost of attendance


Your student budget is the amount of money we estimate you will need for tuition, books and living expenses for the nine-month academic year (October–June). Student budgets are subject to change each academic year. Budgets for prior years are also available. The UW accepts Guaranteed Education Tuition (GET). For more information on how GET (Washington…

Costs & Financial Aid

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