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Your WSU Admission Counselor Wants to Meet You!

At WSU, we take pride in providing the support our incoming students and their families need to transition into college. We have admission counselors based regionally—oftentimes they live near you—who can answer your questions about the WSU admissions process, financial aid, housing, academic offerings, student life, or anything in between! Your counselor is ready to answer your texts, emails, phone calls, and would even love to meet with you in-person to discuss WSU over a cup of coffee. Contact your personal admission counselor today!

Navigating Financial Aid This Fall

Fall charges have begun posting to student accounts for tuition and mandatory fees, along with housing and dining. In mid-August, Student Financial Services (SFS) begins posting financial aid awards to student accounts. Grants, scholarships, and accepted loans will begin to disburse at that time. » More ...

Campus Safety

Your son’s or daughter’s well-being is a high priority at WSU, and we have many policies geared toward keeping your student safe. Here are just a few of the ways WSU is working to keep your student protected.

Pedestrian Safety: WSU’s residential campus is pedestrian-friendly. » More …

Free Math and Writing Tutoring Available

No matter what subject a student plans to study, having a strong foundation and understanding of math is important. In fact, all WSU students are required to take at least one college-level math course, and most majors require more than that. To assist with this, the WSU Department of Mathematics sponsors the Math Learning Center. Here, students can receive free math tutoring from highly qualified tutors.  » More …

Should My Student Bring a Car to Campus?

Parents often ask if their son or daughter needs a car freshman year, and the short answer is no. WSU and the City of Pullman offer many alternative modes of transportation. Many students who bring cars to campus discover that it is easier to get around without their car, which ends up spending most of its time parked. » More …

WSU Fraternities and Sororities

At WSU, students have the option to join a fraternity or sorority during their college years. We call this “Greek life” since the fraternity/sorority names are comprised of Greek letters. Greek organizations are potentially life-long, national and international, social and career networks. » More …

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