Helpful information for high school and community college counselors
We're here to provide you with specialized information and resources for your students in their college search and admission process.
Much of the information here is applicable to all four WSU campuses (or to any university). However, the WSU-specific information applies to the WSU Pullman campus. For more on the University's other locations, visit wsu.edu.
Contact your regional Washington State University enrollment counselor for answers to your questions, to arrange personal advising appointments for your students, or to schedule an admissions and scholarship presentation for your community.
Tips and Checklists
Click on the links below for some good information to get your students started.
Everything students need to know about Financial Aid and Scholarships
Washington State University is committed to making higher education financially accessible to students and their families. Through a partnership of state, federal, institutional, and private programs, the University provides more than $228 million in undergraduate scholarships and financial assistance each year. Find out details about WSU financial aid and scholarships, and what you should expect to pay for your education.
Schedule a Visit
There are several opportunities for students to visit campus throughout the year. While here, students can meet with faculty, get to know other students, tour a residence hall, attend a game, and find out what the community of Pullman holds.
Important Dates and Deadlines
Don't miss out on these important dates and deadlines that are crucial to your admissions process.
Contacts and helpful links
Majors and minors at WSU (all the majors, minors, and specializations available to incoming students)
WSU catalog (course offerings and graduation requirements)
If you have a need that isn't met here, please contact us and let us know
Resources for you
- Contact your area's WSU admission counselor
- Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships
- Email the admissions office
- WSU course catalog
- WSU Athletics: NCAA compliance and info for student athletes
- HEC Board
- NCAA Clearinghouse
- Educational Legislation
- Washington Council for School-College Relations
Opportunities for your students
The WSU Office of Undergraduate Research helps students find opportunities to work with faculty researchers in all disciplines.
WSU offers 100+ study-abroad programs in 70 countries—and scholarship programs to help with costs.
The WSU Regents Scholars Program offers scholarships to students with exceptional academic records. Educators are invited to recommend their students for consideration.
Future Cougars of Color Program
The Future Cougars of Color program brings promising students to WSU for a campus visit and offers scholarships worth as much as $20,000.