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Week of Welcome

The week before fall classes begin is full of events and activities for your student and your whole family.  From golfing at WSU’s Palouse Ridge Golf Course to summer concerts and academic success workshops, this is a week your student will not want to miss.  Book your hotel rooms now as lodging will be limited.  Visit the Week of Welcome Website for a complete list of events in addition to those highlighted below. » More …

Financial Aid Delivery

How does my student receive financial aid?

All financial aid funds are first applied to pay student tuition and mandatory fees for the current term. If applicable, charges for housing and dining will be paid next.  Once these charges are paid in full, any financial aid in excess of these costs will be refunded to the student to use for other educational expenses, such as books, etc. Students may authorize WSU to deposit their refund into their bank account by signing up for direct deposit through zzusis, otherwise refunds are sent via paper check to the student’s preferred mailing address listed on their » More …

Common Reading Program Announces 2014 Book

WSU’s Common Reading Program has recently announced the new book for freshmen entering WSU in fall of 2014. All freshmen will be reading Garbology: Our Dirty Love Affair With Trash, by Edward Humes, a non-fiction book that focuses on the scope, source, effects and possible solutions of waste in America. Throughout a student’s freshman year, the Common Reading Program will host several events relating to issues raised in the book. In addition, professors are encouraged to share information from research in their field and how it relates to the book.

Common Reading Program Announces 2014 Book

WSU’s Common Reading Program has recently announced the new book for freshmen entering WSU in fall of 2014. All freshmen will be reading Garbology: Our Dirty Love Affair With Trash, by Edward Humes, a non-fiction book that focuses on the scope, source, effects and possible solutions of waste in America. Throughout a student’s freshman year, the Common Reading Program will host several events relating to issues raised in the book. In addition, professors are encouraged to share information from research in their field and how it relates to the book.

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