Consider your options
You have a few options to choose from. In planning your return to WSU, you may need to consider what your situation was when you left, how many college credits you have, and what kind of degree you want.
Online or on campus?
You can choose to finish your degree either on campus or from a distance through the Global Campus.
What about your major?
Whether you do WSU Online or take classes on campus, you’ll probably want to check up on what courses you might need to take.
If you were admitted to a major at WSU
- To finish the major you were admitted to, contact the program and talk to an advisor about what requirements you’ll need to finish.
- If you want to study a different major, contact the Academic Success and Career Center (ASCC) for advising. The ASCC will help you figure out what you’ll need to be admitted in a different major.
If you haven’t been admitted to a major yet
Do you have a solid academic record?
If your GPA at WSU never went below 2.0, no worries. If you earned below a 2.0 GPA in your last semester at WSU or had a cumulative GPA below 2.0, you’ll need to complete a reinstatement application which includes a personal statement.
More about academic reinstatement.
Applying for admission
Here’s how to apply
1. Fill out the WSU Pullman admission application.
2. If you’ve taken college courses elsewhere since you left WSU, request official transcripts from all colleges you attended.
Transcripts and test scores must be sent directly from the school or testing agency to WSU via postal mail, fax, or an accepted documentation service such as Parchment, National Student Clearinghouse, Scribbles, or eScrip-Safe. Please note, we do not accept official transcripts sent via email.
Office of Admissions and Recruitment
370 Lighty Student Services Bldg
Washington State University
PO Box 641067
Pullman, WA 99164-1067
3. If you’re currently taking college courses, have a copy of your final transcript sent to the WSU Office of Admissions when your coursework is complete.
Note: This is a guide to the admission process, not a statement of policy. See the WSU General Catalog for official requirements and regulations.