As students are looking forward to a couple weeks off over winter break, the WSU Office of Admissions would like to remind them to take advantage of this time to prepare for graduation and college. Please pass these tips on to your son or daughter.
In 2012, Washington State University launched its new Student Information System and student portal known as zzusis (pronounced zoo-sis). In zzusis, your son or daughter can accept his or her offer of admission, update personal information, reserve textbooks, check on his or her financial aid status, and much more! In addition to providing many services to students, zzusis includes resources for you parents as well.
The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) will become available online soon, and the deadline to apply for scholarships at WSU is right around the corner!
WSU’s Writing Program has been helping students improve their writing skills at WSU for over 25 years! This demonstrates WSU’s commitment to ensuring graduates have strong written communication skills; a keystone in both the professional world and graduate schools.
The Pathways to Academic Success Seminar (PASS) is one of Washington State University’s Student Success & Transition Programs, a two-credit elective course offered through the Office of Undergraduate Education that students can take their freshman year. PASS introduces new students to a collaborative and intellectually challenging environment in preparation for college curricula. Through small group activities, PASS is designed to give students an introduction to college expectations and an opportunity to further develop or refine key skills to be successful at the college level.