Financial aid & scholarships

Several resources for financial assistance are available to College of Nursing students. If you would like more information regarding financial aid and scholarships, please call the Office of Student Affairs at (313) 577-4082.

Application process

All financial aid applicants, including new and returning students, must complete and submit the appropriate online WSU College of Nursing Financial Aid Request form as well as the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) by the deadlines indicated below. The exception is for international students who must complete and submit only the appropriate College of Nursing Financial Aid Request form by the same deadlines indicated for each student status below.

Returning students

All financial aid/scholarship applicants who are returning students must complete and submit the appropriate College of Nursing Financial Aid Request form below and the FAFSA by 5 p.m. on Monday, March 5 each year to be considered for financial aid and/or scholarships.

Online WSU College of Nursing Financial Aid forms (by program):

New students

All financial aid/scholarship applicants who are new students must complete and submit the appropriate College of Nursing Financial Aid Request form below and the FAFSA by 5 p.m. on Monday, March 5 to be considered for financial aid and/or scholarships.

Online WSU College of Nursing Financial Aid forms (by program):

Award selection

  1. Scholarships and/or loans are awarded in compliance with applicable funding agencies' regulations, guidelines, and/or criteria.
  2. The College's Financial Aid Committee is responsible for selecting scholarship, loan or traineeship recipients, with the most qualified applicants selected first. The two primary criteria are:
    • Ability to be successful as a student (e.g. GPA, higher achiever) and
    • Financial need as determined by the FAFSA.

Loans

Nursing Faculty Loan Program (NFLP)

The federally-funded Nursing Faculty Loan Program (NFLP) can make graduate school more affordable for those students planning to become full-time teaching nursing faculty. Graduates with NFLP loans who accept and maintain a full-time faculty position at any U.S. accredited school of nursing could have up to 85% of their loan forgiven.

Scholarship and financial aid resources

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