Choose your application type and find out how much you could earn!
Enter your high school GPA (based on a 4.0 scale)…
…and your best SAT score for each of the following
You MUST be a Washington state resident transferring with an earned associate’s degree from a Washington community college to be eligible for the transfer achievement award.
Enter your current college GPA (based on a 4.0 scale)
If you have good grades and test scores, you could receive an award to help you pay your tuition.
The Washington State University Tri-Cities Achievement Awards are based on a combination of your grade point average (GPA) and SAT test scores OR, if you’re a transfer student, your college cumulative GPA. Students must be Washington state residents entering the WSU Tri-Cities campus as a freshman or as a transfer student with an earned associate’s degree from a Washington Community College.
Whether you are eligible for this particular award or not, be sure to also fill out the scholarship application when you apply for admission. It gives you the opportunity to be considered for more WSU Tri-Cities scholarship programs.
Check your eligibility
Use the calculator to check how much you may automatically qualify for when you apply to WSU Tri-Cities.
Incoming freshmen, haven’t taken the ACT or SAT yet? Contact us to determine your eligibility.
Funds are limited and priority will be given to students based on admission application date. Apply now!
Not a resident? You may qualify for the Western Undergraduate Exchange (WUE) tuition rate.
If you’re a military veteran you may qualify for an out-of-state tuition waiver.
>Note: These awards cannot be combined with other tuition waivers and may affect financial aid. It can only be used on the WSU Tri-Cities campus. Eligibility requirements and award amounts are subject to change. Funds are limited and priority will be given to students based on admission application date.