Due to the evolving COVID-19 environment and recent governmental declarations, Washington State University has been closely monitoring the impact on students and has been re-evaluating our processes, deadlines, and requirements in response. We will do everything we can so this unforeseen situation does not adversely impact our students, current and incoming.
To help you best support your students, here is a summary of the changes we’ve made to our admissions processes for your reference:
Washington State University will not require SAT or ACT scores for applicants seeking to enter in the summer or fall semester of 2021 or the spring semester of 2022. Accordingly … » More …
As many of you are aware, WSU suspended all on-campus visitation opportunities in response to the pandemic. This necessary hiatus has allowed us to reimagine our campus visit experience and create many virtual opportunities for you and your students. We are adding new resources to our virtual visit website often!
Virtual opportunities include presentations for prospective students, campus tours, financial aid information sessions, one-on-one pre-advising appointments, individual appointments with admission counselors, live online chat, presentations from academic departments, undocumented student information sessions, admitted student presentations, and much more! We encourage you to explore all of our virtual resources.
Transitioning to college is an exciting time for many students. Now, more than ever due to the upheaval many students are feeling due to COVID-19 shutdowns, this transition can also be scary, challenging, and stressful. Stress can develop from economic uncertainty, curriculum and learning delivery changes, academic pressure, relationship changes, lack of sleep, and becoming more independent. Stress can affect mental health and impact school, and even day to day living. “Student mental health has long been a high priority at Washington State,” said Ellen Taylor, associate vice president for student engagement. “We want to make sure all students are aware of the services we … » More …
Washington State University has been closely monitoring the outbreak of a respiratory disease caused by a novel (new) coronavirus that was first detected in Wuhan City, Hubei Province, China. The virus has been named “SARS-CoV-2” and the disease it causes has been named “coronavirus disease 2019” (abbreviated “COVID-19”).
The website will serve as the university’s central source of updates and information about COVID-19. Questions, suggestions and recommendations from the WSU community can be sent to COVIDfirstname.lastname@example.org.
Over the next few months, please remind your student(s) to check their email often. Email is the primary method of contact for WSU families about the financial aid process.
As always, Student Financial Services (SFS) staff is available for students and parents. If your student has questions or needs financial aid guidance, please have them contact SFS at email@example.com or 509-335-9711. The SFS website and social media pages on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter are great resources for the latest financial aid information, quick tips, and scholarship opportunities.
All Washington State University students are required to attend an orientation session before enrolling in classes. At Alive! Orientation students will receive academic advising, register for fall classes, and get better acquainted with campus services and facilities. » More …
Don’t let your students end their scholarship search with the WSU scholarship application—scholarships can come from anywhere! We recommend students fill out additional scholarship applications each year to increase their chances of receiving a scholarship. » More …
There are four important deadlines to keep on your radar with the start of the New Year. Meeting these deadlines for the 2020–2021 academic year will benefit your students the most based on their financial aid eligibility. » More …
Student Financial Services (SFS) is the WSU office on campus that handles and processes scholarships and financial aid for the university. Both WSU and Student Financial Services are committed to helping students and their families find workable and realistic solutions to the challenge of funding a college education. If you or your student(s) need guidance and/or have questions, please contact SFS!
Phone: 509-335-9711 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Visit your local WSU campus and talk with them in person.
Experience WSU is a hands-on experience for admitted students to learn more about WSU and its many opportunities. At the event, students can take a closer look at our academic programs and check out our unique residential campus life, then go home knowing what makes the Cougar community so special.
If any of your students have been admitted to WSU and would benefit from this program, please let them know about the following opportunities:
Spring 2020 Experience WSU Dates
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