Over the course of its first 150 years, Washington University in St. Louis has made remarkable progress, growing from a college educating local men and women to an internationally known research university with students and faculty from approximately 90 countries.
On the school’s 25th anniversary, it boasted 1,486 students and 87 professors. In 2009, Washington University had 6,114 undergraduate students and 3,297 professors, with over 35 percent of undergraduate students being multicultural and international students… read more
Scholarship and Fellowship Programs
Washington University is committed to helping talented students who show exceptional academic performance and outstanding promise. The Academic Scholarship and Fellowship Programs offer financial assistance based primarily on academic achievement. These awards are bestowed through special competitions, and applications are separate from the application for admission.
All five undergraduate divisions—the College of Arts & Sciences, College of Architecture, College of Art, Olin Business School, and School of Engineering & Applied Science—sponsor scholarships and fellowships for exceptional students. These awards range from annual awards of $3,000 to half-tuition scholarships to full-tuition scholarships ($52,400 in academic year 2018-19) with annual stipends. Each involves expectations that the students selected will participate actively in shaping the academic and campus communities of which they become a part.
Students can apply for the academic scholarships and fellowships that match their academic and extracurricular achievements. These interests should be indicated on theirCommon Application or Coalition Application for the Class of 2023. Students may also apply for need-based financial assistance.
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