Glad you’re here! Now that you’ve completed Puget Sound’s Student Aid Calculator, you may have some questions about financial aid, scholarships, academic programs, or student life. We’re here to help. Check out the additional information and if you have questions, feel free to contact the Office of Admission or the Office of Student Financial Services by phone or email.
In addition to merit scholarships (which were included in the Net Price Calculator results), Puget Sound offers scholarships for different academic interests, religious and community leadership, talent in the arts, and more.
Your calculator results indicated that all parents are eligible to apply for a PLUS loan. This is an additional financial resource that is available for families to help cover any "out-of-pocket" costs.
To apply for financial aid, you must submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Designate on your FAFSA that you want your application information sent to the University of Puget Sound by including school code #003797.
Through a holistic admission process, we look for students who share a commitment to intellectual engagement and community participation while bringing diverse talents and backgrounds to our campus. We draw each class from every region of the nation and numerous countries. Once you complete your research and decide Puget Sound is right for you, review information on how to apply.
The Net Price Calculator asks you for test scores. If you haven't yet completed the SAT or ACT, you can take a free SAT practice test at the College Board.
Student Financial Services offers several options for payment.
We welcome applications from veterans! We will work with you to make sure you can take advantage of your veterans benefits.
Student Financial Services staff members actively join in partnership with students and families to develop financial solutions that help make a Puget Sound education a reality. Please feel free to contact us for any assistance you may require. We welcome your questions.
Music scholarships are awarded based on your audition and are available to majors and non-majors. The School of Music offers four different degree tracks, several ensembles and student-led groups, and an array of opportunities in music unique in size and breadth for a liberal arts college.
Puget Sound has an NCAA Division III athletic program and fields 23 varsity teams. Our student athletes are passionate about their academics and about their sport.
While we don't offer athletic scholarships, many Puget Sound athletes are awarded merit scholarships, grants, and need-based financial aid.