January 31 Deadline to file the WAFSA (Washington Application for Financial Aid) for DACA and HB1079 students only.
Apply for University housing– Returning the housing contract as soon as possible gives you a better chance of obtaining the living arrangements you prefer. The date you confirm your admission (by paying the $200 tuition deposit) and complete the housing contract determines your priority for housing.
March 15 Priority date to submit financial aid documents if selected for verification.
May 1 Confirm your admission. If you’ve been offered admission as a freshman or transfer student, pay your $200 tuition deposit to confirm your space at the University.
Fraternity and sorority recruitment info goes out. If you’ve been accepted to the University and have not received this information by the end of May, contact Panhellenic Council or Interfraternity Council recruitment for details.
Attend Alive! Sessions of this two-day mandatory registration and orientation program are available throughout the summer. Students who do not attend a summer session must attend the Fall Alive! session the week before classes begin in August.
Summer Advantage – Build a solid foundation for your college career with a 4-week, 7-credit head start on making the transition from high school to college.
Attend Alive! If you can’t attend in June, you can choose from several sessions in July or early August. New students who do not attend Transfer Registration Days or a summer Alive! session must attend the Fall Alive! session the week before classes begin in August in order to register for classes.
Fall Alive! your last chance to register for fall semester classes.
Week of Welcome for all new students takes place in mid-month, before fall semester classes begin. Be sure to attend WSU Convocation the Friday before classes start.