You’re considered a freshman if you’re applying to WSU for the academic year immediately after graduating from high school (even if you’re in Running Start) or you haven’t attended college since high school graduation.
You’re considered a transfer student if you attended an accredited college or university after your high school graduation, but not including the summer immediately following your graduation.
You’re considered a returning student if you previously attended any WSU campus and have been away from WSU for two or more semesters.
You’re considered a non-degree student if you want to take a few courses for personal enlightenment or a certificate and don’t intent to join a degree program.
You’re considered a post degree student if you have already completed a degree from another university.
The WSU general scholarship application will put you in the running for hundreds of WSU scholarships.
You’re considered an international student if you are not a U.S. citizen or permanent resident and you require a visa to study in the U.S.
If you are interested in pursuing a graduate degree, check out the WSU Graduate School for more information.