For a student’s application to be considered for admission, they will need to 1) submit an online application, 2) request official transcripts from all colleges attended, 3) submit additional information requested by WSU. WSU does not require an admission essay, but will request information from students on an as-needed basis. The application fee remains $50 and as always, students with financial need may request a fee waiver. The fee waiver request is located at the end of our online admission application form on the payment page.
Some of the most important individuals in the college admission process are the regional admission counselors at WSU. By living in your communities, admission counselors are more accessible, and are more aware of local issues that may affect your school’s populations. To find which WSU representative serves your college, please visit the Find Your Rep website.
WSU admission counselors are available to attend college fairs, admissions presentations, and personal visits to colleges.
We are excited to share that we have made substantial changes to our Western Undergraduate Exchange/Cougar Award program that will provide opportunity for more non-resident students to attend Washington State University than ever before.
With the Transfer Western Undergraduate Exchange or WUE (here we call it the “WUE/Cougar Award for Transfers“), an out-of-state transfer student may receive an $11,000 award, renewable for up to an additional three years, increasing from $10,000. Qualified students receive the award automatically, and are notified upon their offer of admission to WSU. No additional action or forms are required for consideration. For questions about the WUE/Cougar Award you are … » More …
Do you have a student planning to transfer to Washington State University? Here are a few resources that can help your students with the academic portion of the transfer process:
Transfer Credit Equivalency: The Transfer Clearinghouse provides information, resources, and support to students with transfer credit to ensure a smooth transition and a successful pathway to a completed WSU degree. The site consists of previously evaluated transfer coursework and may not be inclusive of all transferable work. For courses that do not have a direct equivalency listed in the equivalency database you can use the course evaluation request form for an updated evaluation. … » More …
High school students interested in an exciting and rewarding business career may be surprised to know that one of their options is a degree in hospitality business management.
When students say they are interested in a business degree, we want them to know that Washington State University is right in their back yard. The University offers hospitality degrees at Everett, Pullman, Tri-Cities, and Vancouver locations, as well as online through Global Campus.
Encourage your students to become a Carson Coug by earning a bachelor’s degree in hospitality business management or wine and beverage business management. The hospitality program … » More …
Its popularity and worldwide reach make social media a valuable communications tool. The primary purpose of our social media is for people to connect with WSU and with each other. Students have grown up communicating and sharing through social media, and as they enter the next stage in their educational journey they can use social media to discover more about WSU.
On the official WSU Pullman Facebook page, updated by WSU staff, you and your students can find the latest info about WSU, and visit with Cougs all around the world.
This is an opportunity for students to enjoy a day of university life! Students explore programs, meet faculty, and tour facilities at WSU. There is an academic fair to get information about student organizations, helpful resources, and academic programs that match student interests. Transfer students will attend a transfer workshop, enjoy a private lunch with prospective transfer and current WSU students, along with a guided residence hall tour on campus or explore off-campus living options on their own.
Encourage your students to sign up for Fall Preview: a Pullman campus visit opportunity for students and their families.
Washington State University’s Carson College of Business is excited to announce a new curriculum for all incoming freshmen students seeking Business Administration and Hospitality Business Management degrees. Our catalog has been updated to reflect the new degree requirements and pathways have been constructed for students that plan to transfer credits into WSU.
To align our curriculum with the intended goals and learning outcomes for the Carson College of Business, there have been several updates made at all levels of the Business Administration and Hospitality Business Management undergraduate programs. The majority of these changes affect the Certification (Program Entry) requirements, but also includes the … » More …
WSU has been selected as a First Forward Institution for its dedication to serving first-generation college students. WSU and the University of Washington are the only institutions in Washington to receive the designation. Read the full article on the WSU Insider.