The Warren Wilson College Financial Aid Office assists students and families in the process to secure funding for their educational needs. Financial aid consists of federal grants, state grants, merit scholarships, need-based aid, our unique Warren Wilson work grant, and student loan options. At Warren Wilson, 99% of our students receive some form of financial assistance.
The WWC Financial Aid Office also assists those student's wishing to utilize Veterans benefits to help with educational expenses.
Financial Aid is available to meet with students and families 9am to 5pm, (EST) Monday through Thursday, virtually or in person.
Currently, the WWC Campus and Financial Aid Office are closed on Fridays from May through August 5th 2022.
We will be glad to assist you Monday through Thursday from 9am until 5pm eastern standard time.
If you wish to contact our office, please use the following methods:
- Email us at [email protected]
- Text us at 828.771.2082
- You can book a virtual appointment with us by clicking HERE.
- Our fax number is 828.771.2030
- Phone us at 828.771.2082
One of the quickest ways to get information about your financial aid is to log in to your Net Partner account by clicking here.
WWC Financial Aid Staff
Warren Wilson College makes every effort to provide accurate, current information. The college also reserves the right to change, without notice, any financial aid award due to federal, state, or college changes in policies, procedures, or regulations. If an error is found with any section of this site, it will be corrected promptly, however, government and institutional policy will always take precedence.
The College reserves the right to review, adjust, or cancel financial aid at any time due to changes in financial need, new aid received after you have been initially packaged, state residency, dependency, marital status, academic status, or failure to comply with state, federal, and institutional regulations. The College may prorate, adjust, or revise your financial aid in accordance with federal, state, or institutional policy.