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Financial Aid: The Coug Compass

Now that your students have completed the FAFSA application, you may be wondering what the next steps are for the financial aid process with Washington State University. To help students navigate this process, Student Financial Services (SFS) has created a tool that compiles all of their financial information in ONE PLACE! This fantastic tool is the Coug Compass. » More …

Denied Students Encouraged Not to Give Up

One of the greatest pleasures experienced by the Admissions staff is informing a student they have been accepted to Washington State University. Seeing the reactions on their faces or reading their kind words in thank you letters is gratifying and keeps us energized and excited about the work we do. » More …

Transfer Orientation

Transfer students, who are already confirmed to attend Washington State University for fall 2016, are encouraged to attend Transfer Alive! on April 3-4, 2016. Transfer Alive! is a two-day orientation event, just for transfer students, that will provide students and guests valuable information pertinent to being a Coug! » More …

Third Party Access & Financial Aid

Student Financial Services (SFS) understands how stressful the financial aid process can be for advisors, parents and students, and our office is committed to helping you.

Up until now, parents have had access to as much information about your student as you have wanted, but once the first day of classes begin, parents can no longer have access to all of their student’s information due to the Family Education Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA). » More …

Financial Aid Timeline

All new freshmen and transfers who have filed a 2016-2017 FAFSA by the February 15 priority date will receive a 2016-2017 Financial Aid Estimate in mid-March. However, there are a few common missteps that can delay a student’s Financial Aid Estimate. » More …

Pah-Loots-Pu Powwow

You are invited to the 40th 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 26-27, brings hundreds of visitors from across the Pacific Northwest to WSU’s Pullman campus. » More …

Next Steps for Admitted Students

We would like to congratulate all of the students who have been offered admission to WSU. Once a student is admitted, please encourage them to complete the next steps by submitting the $200 advance tuition deposit in myWSU so they can then apply for Housing, register for Transfer Alive!, take the Math Placement Exam (if needed), and start reviewing information about the Junior Writing Portfolio. » More …

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