Financial Aid For Current Undergraduate Students

Willamette University works as a partner with students and parents in the financial aid process.

Students

Willamette is committed to helping families meet college costs. We offer online resources to help students apply for financial aid along with admission. For each admitted student, we build financial aid packages around the student’s merit scholarship (when applicable), followed by need-based grants, loans and work-study.

Financial aid packages help bridge the gap between a family’s expected family contribution (EFC) and the cost of attending college. (EFC is determined by the FAFSA.) While students and their families ultimately own the responsibility of paying for college, at Willamette 99 percent of students receive financial aid.

Prospective Student FAFSA Deadlines

Priority deadline: February 1
Final deadline: April 15

Willamette does not require or review the College Board CSS Profile

File your FAFSA

Current Student FAFSA Deadlines

Priority deadline: March 15
Final deadline: April 15

Willamette does not require or review the College Board CSS Profile.

File your FAFSA

Scholarships

Merit scholarships are available in amounts up to $27,000, and scholarships are available for particular areas of co-curricular talent or involvement.

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Student Employment

Campus employers hire students qualified for federal work-study; many also hire students using university funds.

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Student Loans

A variety of loan programs are available to support you and your family as you pay the cost of your education.

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FAFSA Based Grants and Scholarships

Awarded to undergraduate students based on demonstrated financial need. The amount awarded may vary each year.

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