University description (as per official university website)
Washburn University is home to more than 200 programs that allow students to achieve their educational goals. The availability of certificate, associate, bachelor, masters and juris doctorate degrees make the Washburn experience beneficial to any individual seeking post-secondary education. It also offers a variety of traditional, cultural and co-curricular activities that enhance the experience gained at the university.
School of Applied Studies
School of Business
School of Law
School of Nursing
College of Arts and Sciences
Washburn University has numerous scholarship opportunities available to undergraduate students who have not completed a first baccalaureate degree. Each year WU awards approximately $5.8 million dollars in scholarships. Students must have a cumulative GPA of 3.25 or higher to qualify for Academic Scholarships and most Departmental Scholarships. The deadline to apply for Washburn University Scholarships is February 15.
Scholarships for Incoming Freshmen - students must submit an Application for Admission and Scholarship to the Admissions Office by February 15. In addition you must submit 6th or 7th semester transcripts with ACT/SAT scores sent directly from your high school.
Scholarships for Transfer Students - students must submit Application for Admission and Scholarship to the Admissions Office. In addition, you must submit academic transcripts from all schools previously attended. If you have completed less than 24 semester hours you must also submit a high school transcript and ACT/SAT scores (not less than 5 years old.)