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Financial Education and Scholarships

ABOUT FINANCIAL EDUCATION

 

Our goal is to provide knowledge and resources to help you achieve your goals. One-on-one meetings, supplemented by group workshops, are the primary venues as we develop an individualized success plan tailored for your needs.

RESOURCES

 

The following links provide useful information, webinars, videos and fact sheets.

AAMC’s Financial Information, Resources, Services and Tools (FIRST)

U.S. Department of Education’s Federal Student Aid
Good information on specific types of loans.

Contact:

 

Rich Ronnestad, MS, CFP®
Director of Financial Education and Scholarship Support
rich.ronnestad@wsu.edu
509-368-6852 | PROFILE

ABOUT SCHOLARSHIPS

 

The WSU College of Medicine medical program scholarship awards are based on financial need and alignment with the college mission. A FAFSA is required for any accepted applicant in the incoming class to receive a scholarship award offer, and the deadline to submit a FAFSA is January 31. While not required, students may submit a FAFSA by November 30 in subsequent years if their financial situation changes or if they missed the deadline in the prior year. Parental information is not required but encouraged for accepted applicants/students whose parents are expected to provide financial support.