One-Year Test Optional Policy for Applicants in 2021 As part of our commitment to always put students first, WashU will provide all applicants for the class entering in Fall 2021 the option of whether to submit standardized test scores when they apply.
To apply for financial aid or access your award information for 2021-2022, log in to your WashU Pathway account. Login to WashU Pathway. WashU Pathway Help. Are you a graduate or University College student that does not have a registered WUSTL Key?
Yes, you do. The WashU Pathway on our website is the only source of accurate information regarding the status of your application for admission to Washington University. We expect applicants to check it regularly. You must submit the Common Application or Coalition Application to gain access to the WashU Pathway. Once you submit your application, you will receive instructions for creating your password by email.
On either the Common App or Coalition App, selecting Washington University in St. Louis and hitting “submit” will automatically create a WashU Pathway account for you, which is how you will track the status of your application. The Pathway also allows you to apply for our Signature Scholar Programs.
When you log in to the WashU Pathway, you will be able to see what pieces of your application have been received by our office, verify your application data, submit electronic applications for our Signature Scholar Programs, and link to a site where you can check the status of your application for financial assistance. If you have any questions about the status of your application to Washington University, please contact your application processor.
To apply for financial aid for the 2021-2022 academic year, login to WashU Pathway. An account is automatically created for you when you submit: 1) Either the Common App or the Coalition App ( Indicate on either application that you are applying for need-based financial aid. You do not need to complete your application, just submit.) 2) the CSS Profile
The Student Accounting office will speak only with the student about their account unless the student has provided authorization to discuss their account with another person. Students: Can view and pay billing statements on-line via WebSTAC.
October 3, 2019 Chancellor Andrew D. Martin announced the WashU Pledge, a bold new financial aid program that will provide a free undergraduate education to incoming, full-time Missouri and southern Illinois students who are Pell Grant eligible or from families with annual incomes of $75,000 or less. More news and announcements
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