We’ve put together a selection of workshops where you can learn more about WSU and get your questions answered by the experts.
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. Learn more on the ASCC webpage.
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. Learn more at the Alive! Orientation website.
Health Professions Student Center
As an undergraduate student, you are free to choose the academic path best suited to your interests and strengths. Professional school admission criteria is focused on core academic coursework, character, and extracurricular effort, not specific degrees earned.
The Health Professions Student Center staff can help you:
- create a personalized course-sequence plan so you can complete the appropriate professional school prerequisite courses while simultaneously working toward the undergraduate degree of your choice.
- prepare for the professional school application process through a variety of intensive workshops and practice interviews.
- build a thorough and diverse resume, and guide you toward internships, scholarships, and research opportunities.
Feel free to learn more on the HPSC webpage.
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 the admission processes and requirements for entrance into Honors, You’ll also learn more about the classes, resources, internships, study abroad options, research, and future job opportunities Honors can bring. Discover what the Honors College offers.
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. Learn more about housing and residence life on their website.
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. Check out our new scholarship finder to help narrow your scholarship search! Learn more about scholarship and financial aid on the Student Financial Services website.
Discover the copious amount of research being conducted at WSU by our undergraduate students. The term research refers to any time you are working with faculty to create, design, or discover. Washington State University is classified as tier-one research university by the Carnegie Classification of Institutions of High Education, which designates WSU as one of 115 universities in the United States with “highest research activity”. Learn about how to get involved with hands-on research as early as your second semester at WSU! Read about undergraduate research at WSU on the Office of Undergraduate Research webpage.