We are committed to meeting 100 percent of the need for admitted students.
assistance for qualified students is considered on a case-by-case
basis. Financial assistance is renewable for each year of undergraduate
study, as long as the student is making good progress toward a degree
and maintaining a good academic record.
either WashU's Family Financial Profile (FFP)
or CSS-PROFILE to be considered for university-funded assistance ||November 15||January 15||February 1|
|Submit the FAFSA online||
November 15||January 15||
|Financial assistance decision released ||By December 15 ||By February 15||By April 1 |
Applying for Financial Aid
- Submit a financial profile and FAFSA
- Noncustodial Parent Information
If a financial assistance applicant’s parents are divorced, separated, or were never married and are not living together, the noncustodial parent must complete either the
Washington University Noncustodial Parent Statement (NCPS) or the noncustodial parent portion of the CSS-PROFILE in order for the student to be considered for financial assistance.