To see if you qualify for financial aid, submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) by January 31. All colleges use the FAFSA to determine your eligibility for financial aid. Completing the FAFSA will help you get state and federal aid, and will help WSU consider you for additional aid — for instance, some scholarships consider financial need among their award criteria. Complete both the WSU scholarship application and the FAFSA to ensure that you’re considered for the maximum amount of financial assistance.
HB 1079 and DACA students should file the WASFA (Washington Application for State Financial Aid) instead.
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When you submit your application, we’ll automatically send you a confirmation email acknowledging receipt of your application. If you applied by mail, you’ll receive a letter from the admissions office acknowledging receipt of your application, usually within a week to ten days.
We use the final transcript to verify the last term you attended school, to confirm you’ve graduated (from high school), and ensure that we’ve given you all the credit that’s available to you. In addition, the transcript shows your GPA at that school and helps establish your academic eligibility to transfer to WSU.
Yes. Ask every school you’ve attended (high school or college) to send a final official transcript to WSU, no matter when you last attended.
No. Admission is based on your academic record and performance, and also depends on available space.
Check MyWSU to see if you are missing any items needed to process your application.
Please send transcripts (and all other mailed application materials) to:
Office of Admissions
370 Lighty Student Services Bldg
Washington State University
PO Box 641067
Pullman, WA 99164-1067
Transcripts and test scores must be sent to WSU via secure electronic document transfer, fax, or mail (email is not accepted).
No. Apply for scholarships at the same time you apply for admission to the University. (Or after, if you like–just be sure to apply before the deadline.)
For application deadlines and a full list of important dates, see the dates and deadlines page. All deadlines are “postmarked by” dates (not received-by dates).
That depends on whether you are:
A freshman coming from high school
A transfer student
An international student
A graduate student
See the Requirements & Applying section for the requirements that fit you. If your questions aren’t answered there, you can find and contact your admissions counselor for advice and info.