WSU Tri-Cities recognizes the scale of the novel coronavirus, and we understand that it is a quickly evolving situation. Our highest priority is for the health and well-being of everyone affected by COVID-19 and WSU Tri-Cities has announced several precautionary measures to respond to COVID-19.
Admission Counselors are still available by virtual appointments, email, and text messaging. We understand the growing levels of uncertainty right now and are here to help you make decisions about this next step in your life.
We understand that high schools have been closed and SAT/ACT test dates have been cancelled. Please know that we will work with you to consider your application without test scores. We also accept unofficial transcripts, so if you aren’t able to request transcripts from your high school, let us know so we can help you explore options.
We are still accepting applications for fall 2020 and will also process change of campus forms through the summer.
Note: Because application fees are non-refundable, please let us know if you have questions before you apply.
You’re considered a freshman if you’re applying to WSU for the academic year immediately after graduating from high school (even if you’re in Running Start) or you haven’t attended college since high school graduation. ($50 application fee)
You’re considered a transfer student if you attended an accredited college or university after your high school graduation (not including the summer immediately following your graduation). If all your college work was completed while in high school, please use the Freshman application. ($50 application fee)
You’re considered a returning student if you previously attended any WSU campus as an undergraduate degree-seeking student and have been away from WSU for two or more semesters. Note: If you were not in good academic standing your last semester at WSU, then you may need to apply for reinstatement. ($25 application fee)
Complete the WSU non-degree seeking application if you do not intend to complete an undergraduate degree at WSU Tri-Cities and are taking undergraduate coursework for one or more of the following reasons: Personal enrichment, completion of coursework for transfer to another institution, or teaching endorsement. ($25 application fee)
If you have already spoken with the appropriate academic department and are ready to apply, you may start your WSU graduate school application now.
If you want to take graduate courses as a non-degree student, you will need to complete the Non-Degree Graduate Status application.