Net Price Calculator and Financial Aid Estimator

The WSU Financial Aid Estimator gives an early approximation of what you can expect to pay based on the  2018-2019  costs and the amount of financial aid you might receive to attend WSU.  It is not an application for financial aid and the results are estimates, not guarantees. Begin by answering the following questions and click "Calculate."

What state do you live in?  
Your Class Level:  

How many credit hours do you plan to enroll in?
To be considered a full time undergraduate student you must be enrolled in at least 12 hours.
To be considered a full time graduate student you must be enrolled in at least 6 hours.
  Fall Semester:      
Spring Semester:  
Select a Housing Option:
An average rate and meal plan was selected for each building,
you can get more details on all plans available at the
Housing website.
Total Estimated Annual Pell Grant:
Click here to estimate your Pell Grant
  $  ($6,095  maximum per year)
Other Estimated Annual Federal/State Grants:
(SEOG, KS COMP, Etc.):
Click here for information about grants
Total Estimated Private (outside) Scholarships:
(scholarships through your high school, church,
employer reimbursement, etc.)