Hours of Operation: Monday-Friday 8:00-5:00 (EST)

Location on campus:  Laursen Building, 1st

Phone OR TEXT: 828-771-2082 Fax: 828-771-2030

Welcome to the Financial Aid Office web site for Warren Wilson College. Here you will find information to help you through the process of applying for need-based aid and educational loans. If you are a new student, please contact your Admission Counselor if you have questions about the process of applying for Warren Wilson College merit-based Scholarships. We look forward to working with you in obtaining the funding you are eligible to receive to help further your education.

You are encouraged to explore this site along with that of the Federal government (www.studentaid.ed.gov). It is important to the process that you understand the terms of any aid offered.

Contact Us

Please feel free to contact us with any questions!

Phone OR TEXT: 828-771-2082 

Fax: 828-771-2030


Warren Wilson College Financial Aid Office
CPO 6342 PO Box 9000
Asheville, NC 28815-9000

Financial Aid Staff

Lori Lewis

Director of Financial Aid


(828) 771-2081

Derrick Everhart

Senior Associate Director of Financial Aid


(828) 771-2032

Deb Beck

Assistant Director of Financial Aid / Client Services Coordinator


(828) 771-2082

Applying for Financial Aid

The Financial Aid Office awards need-based aid, which means that it is contingent on the results of the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Your award may consist of the following, dependent upon your eligibility.  Merit Scholarships, Need-Based Grants, work earnings (Federal Work Study, Federal Work College, or Institutional Work Study) and/or Federal Direct Student Loans (either Subsidized, Unsubsidized, or a combination of both). In addition, depending on need, you may be eligible for WWC need-based grant money, federal grant funds, or state aid programs.

Every attempt is made to provide comprehensive and accurate information consistent with the most recent policies and regulations.  If error is found with any section of this site, it will be corrected promptly, however government and institutional policy will always take precedence.