Financial Aid + Scholarships

 

Transfer Students

​Financial Assistance Deadlines

​Submit either WashU's Family Financial Profile (FFP) or CSS-PROFILE to be considered for university-funded assistance March 15
​Submit the FAFSA online*
​March 15
​Financial assistance decision releasedMid-May
* Domestic students only


Applying for Financial Aid

  1. Submit a financial profile and FAFSA
  2. Noncustodial Parent Statement
    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’s Statement (NCPS) or the noncustodial parent portion of the CSS-PROFILE in order for the student to be considered for financial assistance.

Please note:

  • Because of the limited amount of financial assistance for transfer students, we encourage you to consider outside sources of scholarship support as well as our Partners in Education with Parents and Installment Payment Plan monthly plans.
  • Eligibility for financial aid cannot be determined until all information is submitted.
  • Late applications will be considered only if funds are available.
  • If you are admitted and your financial aid application is complete, the financial aid decision will be available mid-May.

International Transfer Students

  • International students are citizens or permanent residents of countries other than the United States who will be studying on a temporary visa.
  • Need-based financial assistance is extremely limited for international transfer students. In most years, little, if any, financial aid is available.
  • International transfer students are only required to file the FFP or CSS-PROFILE (not the FAFSA).

  • If the applicant's parents are divorced, separated, or were never married and are not living together, the noncustodial parent must complete the NCPS or the noncustodial parent portion of the CSS-PROFILE.

  • Employment is restricted by visa status. Students should not count on funds from any possible employment to defray the costs of tuition and living expenses.

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