Applying for Aid

Applying for Financial Aid

The University of Washington Bothell uses the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) or the Washington Application for State Financial Aid (WASFA) to apply for financial aid. You should complete the FAFSA or WASFA each year by January 15th to be considered for priority funding.  

The federal code for the University of Washington is 003798.

Student Budgets 2019-2020

  Lives away from home Lives with Parents Non-Traditional Undergraduate Graduate Students (Commuter) Graduate Students (Traditional)
Resident Tuition $11,390 $11,390 $11,390 $16,902^^ $16,902^^
Books and Supplies $900 $900 $900 $900 $900
Room and Board $12,636 $3,774 $15,942 $3,774 $15,942
Personal Expenses $2,265 $2,265 $2,265 $2,265 $2,265
Transportation $1,524 $1,524 $1,524 $1,524 $1,524
New Student Fee** $330** $330** $330**    

Resident Total

$29,045 $20,183 $32,351 $25,365 $37,533














**First quarter only for newly admitted students  ^^Figure shown is Graduate Tier I programs. Tuition and rates table.


The following links will help you navigate through the financial aid application process:

Summer Financial Aid

Summer Quarter is the first quarter of the academic year.  If you want financial aid for the Summer 2019 quarter then you will complete the 2019-2020 FAFSA or the 2019-2020 WASFA, in addition to the UW Summer Aid Application. You can find this UW Summer Aid Application located on your MyUW account which becomes available on April 1st to students.

For more information on summer financial aid please go to the following website: