WashU is “no-loan” for all
As part of our commitment to always put students first, Washington University is expanding its “no-loan” financial aid policy to include all admitted undergraduate students beginning in fall 2024. This means that need-based loans will be replaced with scholarships and university grants in all financial aid packages, ensuring that all admitted students can obtain a world-class WashU education without going in to debt. This policy is the latest step in a long, comprehensive strategy to expand access and financial aid at the university. Other components include the WashU Pledge and our need-blind admission policy.
- Early Decision I – Admissions and financial assistance decisions released by
- Early Decision I – Candidate reply date
- Early Decision II – Application submitted by
- Regular Decision – Application submitted by
- Early Decision I – Scholarship applications submitted by
- Early Decision II – Scholarship applications submitted by
- Regular Decision – Scholarship applications submitted by
- Early Decision II – Official school materials from counselors received by
- Regular Decision – Official school materials from counselors received by
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November 28, 2023
The Office of Undergraduate Admissions and Student Financial Services will be closed on the following dates.
September 8, 2023
As part of its sustained commitment to removing financial barriers for admitted undergraduate students, WashU will adopt a “no-loan” financial aid policy.
August 29, 2023
We’re proud to be ranked #1 for financial aid The Princeton Review! Access to quality education should be attainable for all, and our commitment to supporting our students’ dreams and aspirations goes beyond the classroom.