Washington & Jefferson College - PA
60 South Lincoln Street
Washington, PA 15301-4801
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Tuition amount: Full Tuition
Pell and other grants
Initial offers will be announced by April 15, 2023.
Deadline for the receipt of initial TE certification/applications:
In May 2023 or no deadline
The percentage of the new admitted TE candidates offered a TE scholarship for the current academic year:
Founded in 1781, W&J is the 11th oldest college in the nation. We are an independent, coeducational, liberal arts college located 30 miles southwest of Pittsburgh. With exceptionally strong pre-professional programs, W&J also offers baccalaureate degrees in a broad range of programs. Pre-professional programs (medicine, law, dentistry, etc.), interdisciplinary majors, entrepreneurial studies, engineering and secondary school teaching certification are just some areas of study available. Utilizing the 4-1-4 curriculum calendar permits a great deal of academic freedom to study off campus, engage in independent study, or establish an intern program away from campus. Also, the Magellan Project is found only at W&J and offers W&J-based funding and support to engage in unparalleled experiences such as internships, research, or study abroad during the summer months.
Only those who have applied for admission and been admitted to W&J will be considered for Tuition Exchange (TE). TE scholarship decisions are made in early January. To be sure of consideration, early filing of both the admission application and TE application is encouraged.
TE awards cover full tuition (9 courses per year), can only be used during the fall and spring semesters, and are limited to a maximum of 8 semesters of undergraduate study. TE will cover study abroad for one semester in the fall or spring if it is a W&J approved program. Recipients must maintain good academic standing as defined in the college catalog and a full-time class schedule (minimum of three courses per semester) in order to continue to receive the scholarship.
Students eligible for grants and scholarships from outside sources can use these funds to help pay room and board costs. Commuters will have their TE award reduced by the amount of outside funding they receive.