As a degree-seeking student in a semester-based collaborative program, you are eligible to apply for a UW Extended Campus grant or scholarship. Eligibility requirements vary based on the grant or scholarship. Please note that applying for a grant or scholarship does not guarantee you will receive one as you may not meet all the criteria or have reached the maximum allowable amount as a student. Grants and scholarships do not need to be paid back and are available as funding allows.
Who can apply for collaborative grants and scholarships?
- The applicant must be currently enrolled as a degree-seeking student in a semester-based collaborative program OR be someone who withdrew from their semester-based collaborative program and wish to enroll again but cannot due to a balance owed to the university.
- The applicant must have a current year FAFSA on file based on their home institution’s policies.
- The applicant must have need as determined by their FAFSA.
- At minimum, the applicant must have accepted all their available Federal Direct Subsidized Loan (undergraduate students only).
While we will assist you as best we can, please connect with your home institution to see what additional resources are available.