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Financial Aid Timeline

All new freshmen and transfers who have filed a 2015-2016 FAFSA by the February 15 priority date will receive a 2015-2016 Financial Aid Estimate in mid-March. However, there are a few common missteps that can delay a student’s Financial Aid Estimate.

The most common mistakes are: » More …

Financial Aid: Third Party Access

As a parent, you may find that now is the time you are having many conversations about your student transiting to college. These talks may range from getting them over the “senioritis” hump, to filling out scholarship applications, completing the FAFSA and deciding on a college for next year. We would be thrilled to have your student join the WSU community. » More …

Residence Halls

Students who have been admitted to WSU Pullman and who have submitted their $200 enrollment deposit for fall 2015, can already apply for housing and dining services. The online application is easily accessible on the Housing website.

WSU has 19 residence halls to choose from, including the brand new Global Scholars Hall, opening in fall 2015.  » More …

Pah-Loots-Pu Powwow

You are invited to the 39th Annual Pah-Loots-Pu Powwow hosted by Washington State University. Each year, Ku-Ah-Mah, WSU’s Native American Student Organization, hosts the Powwow as well as round dances and other campus events. The Pah-Loots-Pu Powwow, scheduled for March 28-29, brings hundreds of visitors from across the Pacific Northwest to WSU’s Pullman campus. » More …

Financial Aid Timeline

All new freshmen and transfers, who have filed a 2015-2016 FAFSA by the February 15 priority date, will receive a 2015-2016 Financial Aid Estimate in mid-March. However, there are a few common missteps that can delay a student’s Financial Aid Estimate. » More …

Financial Aid: Third Party Access

As a counselor, you may find yourself having many conversations about helping seniors prepare for college this time of year. These talks may range from getting them over the “senioritis” hump, to filling out scholarship applications and completing the FAFSA. We thank you in advance for helping your students to navigate this complex process and complete the steps to transition to college smoothly. » More …

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