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ADMITTED STUDENTS CAN EXPERIENCE WSU

Experience WSU is a fabulous 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, check out our unique residential campus life, and 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 2019 Experience WSU Dates

Saturday, February 23
Saturday, March 23
Saturday, March 30
Saturday, April 6

Other campus visit events:

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INFORM YOUR STUDENTS ABOUT IMPORTANT PRIORITY DATES AND DEADLINES

To help your students prepare for their WSU adventure, there are several tasks they need to complete by January 31—please help us spread the word!

Inform your students about the January 31 priority admission application date for WSU summer/fall 2019 admission. Applications received after this date will be considered for admission on a space available basis. Encourage your students to apply today by submitting their completed application for admission and requesting their high school transcripts and SAT/ACT test scores.
January 31 is also the deadline for the WSU General Scholarship Application. This single application offers students the opportunity to apply for over 700 different … » More …

SCHOLARSHIPS CAN COME FROM ANYWHERE!

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. Visit our scholarship search engine located at scholarships.wsu.edu to explore hundreds of additional scholarship opportunities. We also suggest that your students contact local non-profit organizations or community groups to check on available scholarships.

A QUICK GUIDE FOR SENDING TRANSCRIPTS TO WSU

The WSU Office of Admissions accepts official transcripts in four ways:

Mailed in a sealed envelope sent directly from the school to:
Office of Admissions
Washington State University
370 Lighty Student Services Building
PO Box 641067
Pullman, WA 99164-1067
Sent electronically via “Parchment”, “eScrip-Safe”, or “National Student Clearinghouse”. Once submitted, please do not send hard copies as well.
Faxed directly from the school’s registrar/counselor with a cover sheet to:
Office of Admissions
Washington State University
Fax: 509-335-4902
Uploaded to the Counselor Transcript Uploader. When submitting your students’ transcripts, please provide your name, title, email … » More …

IT’S FAFSA AND DEADLINE TIME—HELP STUDENTS KEEP THEIR FOCUS!

There are four important deadlines to keep on your radar with the start of the New Year and as high school graduation approaches for your students. Meeting these deadlines for the 2019-2020 academic year will benefit your students the most based on their financial aid eligibility. Help your students financially plan for next year by working hard to meet these WSU Student Financial Services (SFS) deadlines.

DEADLINE:  January 31

The 2019-2020 General Scholarship Application: Your students need to make sure it is completed and submitted online by January 31. This is a hard deadline with no wiggle room. The application closes at 11:59 PST and must be … » More …

WHAT IS MYWSU?

In myWSU students can view their application status, accept their offer of admission, update personal information, reserve textbooks, check on their financial aid status, and much more. To learn more about what myWSU offers, how to help your students navigate the system, and other information, please visit myWSU Info. If your students have difficulty with any of the services provided through myWSU, please contact your WSU admission counselor.

STUDENTS WITH A 3.5+ GPA ARE ASSURED ADMISSION

Based on the success of our Assured Admission program, talented students from across the country will continue to be assured admission to Washington State University for the 2019-2020 academic year.

The Assured Admission program reduces the anxiety associated with the college application process and makes it easier for students to make a decision about which college to attend. The program is part of WSU’s effort to provide an even larger number of academically talented students access to the University’s world-class educational experience.

The offer of assured admission is available to all applicants from high schools in the U.S.

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MORE ACADEMIC OPTIONS FOR YOUR STUDENTS—NEW MAJORS, MINORS, AND SPECIALIZATION TRACKS

The new School of Languages, Cultures, and Race at WSU offers exciting opportunities in education, research, and outreach for both incoming and returning students. Centered around cultivating deep transdisciplinary understanding of linguistic, cultural, national, social, and racial perspectives in a global context, the school provides students with key knowledge, skills, and experience for success in an increasingly diverse and integrated global society.

Formed on July 1, 2018, the School of Languages, Cultures, and Race (SLCR) brings together students and faculty who are interested in an array of academic fields and areas of inquiry. It builds upon existing WSU strengths in comparative ethnic studies, … » More …

COMPLETING THE FAFSA IS CRITICAL FOR FINANCIAL AID

Thanksgiving vacation is a great time to recharge before finishing the fall semester! It’s also a great time for your students to sit down with the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and WSU’s general scholarship application.

The FAFSA has a priority deadline of January 31 for new students – its right around the corner! While we are unable to offer any Black Friday deals from Student Financial Services, we can offer a tip to make the FAFSA completion process easier thanks to the IRS Data Retrieval Tool (DRT)! The IRS DRT allows students and parents to access the IRS tax return information … » More …

REACH FOR THE STARS!

Do you have students interested in biochemistry, genetics and cell biology, microbiology, neuroscience, or molecular biology?

The WSU School of Molecular Biosciences and Program in Neuroscience offer an elite academic program called Students Targeted toward Advance Research Studies (STARS). The STARS program gives select students a chance to accelerate the learning process so they can earn a Ph.D. in as little as seven years after leaving high school. It is the fast-track to professional life in the biomedical sciences!

To help promote student success, the program starts freshman year and includes strong support at every level, such as:

One-on-one instruction starting freshman year in a … » More …

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