Westfield State University was recently made aware of disturbing social media matters. We take these matters seriously and the University is assessing and addressing them under appropriate policies and procedures. Read President Torrecilha’s message to the campus community on this matter.×
Note: On or about June 30, 2017, credit and debit card payments of educational expenses will be charged a 2.5% service fee. To avoid this fee, consider paying via e-check when making an online payment. To learn more about the fee, read the Credit Card Fee FAQ's.
To be considered for all financial aid offered through Westfield State, you only need to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)
Financial Aid Procedures & Regulations:
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Westfield State offers merit scholarships based on the Application for Admission (There are no separate scholarship applications.) However, students are encouraged to apply for private scholarships as well. Merit-based scholarships are also available to out-of-state students.
The Westfield State Foundation, Inc. is pleased to announce over $200,000 has been released for scholarship aid for the 2018-2019 academic year. Returning students are eligible to apply for additional Westfield scholarships. There are a few scholarships open to incoming freshman.
Attention New Students:
Please make sure you complete Entrance Counseling and your Master Promissory Note in order for your Federal Direct Loans to be processed. You can complete the process by visiting studentaid.gov and you can watch a tutorial on how to complete the process here.