We have a long tradition of working individually with the families of our students to customize a financial aid award that ensures cost does not stand in the way of a Washington University in St. Louis education. About 60 percent of undergraduates receive financial assistance. A typical financial assistance award may include a combination of scholarships, federal grants, student loans and part-time employment.
The Harold P. Brown Engineering Fellowships are merit scholarships for dual degree students who excel both academically and in co-curricular achievements. In addition, students may apply for need-based financial assistance. Graduating liberal arts seniors are not automatically excluded from undergraduate assistance. International students may qualify for limited awards.
"The transition here was also very smooth, and I had no trouble integrating into the larger engineering community. Wash. U. is a challenging school, but there is no shortage of support." Learn more about Rob and WUSTL Engineering experience on Tumblr.