The primary source of financial aid for the Evans School comes from the University of Washington (UW) Office of Student Financial Aid. The most common forms of UW-administered financial aid are work-study awards and Stafford or Perkins (NDSL) loans. You will need to file the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) by the office’s deadline for priority consideration.
The Evans School admissions committee offers departmental financial awards at the time of acceptance. All applicants are considered for financial awards. There is no separate application process, and award criteria is based primarily on academic merit. The availability of awards varies from year to year. Learn more
Many Evans School students are hired directly as research assistants by our faculty and research centers. A limited number of administrative graduate assistantships are also available each year. Learn more
There are numerous sources of financial aid not administered by the Evans School or UW. Learn more