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Admissions Workshops

Out-of-state experience

The Experience WSU program includes in-depth workshops to help answer your questions and give you the information you need.

Workshop details will be posted here a few weeks before the event date. In the meantime, here is a sample list of workshops that may be offered.

Academic Success & Career Center

WSU’s Academic Success and Career Center (ASCC) offers many resources to students, including: advising for students still deciding on a major, peer tutoring, academic success coaching as well as career counseling. The ASCC also oversees all student employment opportunities for students wishing to work while going to school. Attend this workshop if you want to learn more about ways to be successful as a student and how WSU will help prepare you to get a job after you graduate.

Alive! @ WSU: Orientation & Registration

Did you know orientation is mandatory for all students entering WSU? Find out more about WSU’s orientation programs and how they will help you be a successful student at WSU. You will also learn of the many benefits for parents to attend these programs.

Honors College

The WSU Honors College offers a unique curriculum designed to compliment any academic major available at WSU Pullman. Your Honors classes are designed to encourage communication and engagement with peers, while developing your research, writing, and problem-solving skills both in and outside of the classroom. Join the Honors College staff for a presentation to learn more about all of the classes, resources, requirements, admission processes, internships, study abroad, research, and future job opportunities.

Living at WSU

All incoming freshman at WSU are required to live on campus for their first year. Learn more about the housing application process, getting a roommate, residential dining (RDA) money and how living on campus will help students form connections and build a stronger sense of community at WSU. Information about living in a Greek chapter house and age-restricted housing will also be shared during this workshop.

Student Financial Services

You are looking forward to beginning your journey at WSU. How are you going to pay for it? Learn more about financial aid, scholarships, loans and important dates and deadlines you must meet in order to ensure you get the most amount of aid possible delivered on time.

Transfer Transitions

Learn more about how to transfer your courses from other institutions, living options for transfer students, and requirements for certifying in your major!

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Full Day Visits
  • Experience WSU Feb. 25, April 1 & 15 A special spring semester event for admitted students only. Experience what it’s like to live and learn at WSU.
  • Out-of-State Experience March 25 A spring semester event for admitted non-resident students.
  • Preview for Juniors April 22 Check out potential majors, meet professors and admission counselors, and see what our Cougar Spirit is all about.
  • Fall Preview This full day of University life introduces you to our excellent academics and includes a residence hall tour, a chance to talk with current students, and more.
  • Future Cougars of Distinction March 4 An exclusive and invitation-only program for freshmen that provides top scholars an opportunity to get a behind-the-scenes overview of WSU.
  • Future Cougars Embracing Diversity March 10 & 11  An opportunity for underrepresented students to see first-hand all that WSU has to offer.

Campus tours
  • Walking Tours Prospective Students, sign up for a walking campus tour.
  • Group Tours Teachers, Counselors, and Professionals, plan a visit for your class or student group.

Find the right application for you below.

  • Freshman Use this application if you anticipate graduating from high school this academic year.
  • Transfer Use this application if you have attended college since graduating from high school.
  • Scholarships Make sure to apply for scholarships along with your admission application.
  • International Use this application if you are not a citizen or permanent resident of the United States of America.
  • Returning Student If you previously enrolled at any WSU campus, and have been away for more than one semester, use this application to reapply for admission.
  • Non-Degree Use this application if you don’t intend to complete a degree at WSU and will be taking courses for personal enrichment, transfer to another college, or a teaching endorsement.
  • Post-Degree Use the post-bachelor’s application if you’ve already earned a bachelor’s degree and want to add an additional degree or certificate.
  • Online Use this application if you want to earn a WSU degree online.  See the list of degrees offered online.

Not sure? Find out more about our different applications.

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