New Freshmen Scholarships

Automatic Scholarships

EWU offers automatic four-year renewable scholarships to new freshmen based on state of residency and high school GPA. Just select your residency type below, enter your GPA, and see what you could receive if you apply for EWU admission by March 1 for the following academic year! Awards for WUE state resident new freshmen may be available after February 1, but availability can’t be guaranteed.

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New Freshmen Scholarship Calculator

  • Please enter a number from 0 to 4.0.
  • Enter your email address if you would like to be contacted by an EWU Admissions advisor about opportunities for new students.

Important Award Requirements:

  1. First time entering freshmen, fall term (no post high school college work).
  2. US citizen or eligible non-citizen.
  3. Cheney/Spokane EWU campus (state support) students.
  4. Apply for EWU Admission by March 1 (for the following academic year).

Not sure what type of resident you are?

  • Washington residents are students from Washington State who will be assessed resident tuition at EWU. For more information, visit our Residency page.
  • Non-Residents from WUE States are students who are residents of states that participate in the Western Undergraduate Exchange (WUE). This includes Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, CNMI, Guam, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oregon, South Dakota, Utah, and Wyoming.
  • Non-Residents from non-WUE States are non-Washington resident students from a state outside of the WUE Program (listed above).

Next Steps

Complete these steps to be considered for financial aid and more scholarships at Eastern Washington University.

Apply to EWU by Feb. 1

Apply to EWU by Feb. 1

Whether you're a freshman, transfer, returning or grad student, complete the online application and pay the $60 application fee.

Start Your Application

Apply for Scholarships by Feb.1

Apply for Scholarships by Feb.1

Through one simple application process, there are scholarships based on major, hometown, community service and more!

Apply for Scholarships

Complete the FAFSA by March 1

Complete the FAFSA by March 1

Students seeking financial aid must file the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).

Apply for Aid