Summer Enrollment

What are you doing next summer?

Summer is an opportunity like no other to engage deeper in your studies through smaller class sizes, diversify your skillset, and prepare to tackle the next big challenge ahead.

Whether you are a current enrolled at any one of WSU campuses or a student at a different university or college, you can take courses to stay on track for graduation, focus on a difficult course, or retake a course. Also, all students pay in-state tuition for the summer, so you may be able to save money.

Registration for summer 2020 courses will begin on March 9, 2020 and is open through the beginning of each session. There are no summer advising holds, but be sure to discuss your summer enrollment plans with your advisor.

Early 6-weekMay 11 - June 19
12-weekMay 11 - July 31
Late 6-weekJune 22 - July 31
Late 7-weekJune 29 - August 16
Priority, SeniorsMarch 9
JuniorsMarch 10
SophomoresMarch 11
Freshman, continuing non-degree, newly admitted undergrad and graduate-level studentsMarch 12

Not finding the date you need? Check the Academic Calendar.

Refunds: To receive a 100% refund, you must drop your courses prior to the drop deadline. If you drop AFTER the deadline, you will not receive a refund.

Late Fees: If you do not pay tuition prior to the Tuition Late Fee date for your session, you will be charged a late fee of $33.

Tuition: Tuition is due on the first day of instruction. Unpaid balances will be assessed late fees on each subsequent “Tuition Late Fee” date that passes while a balance is still due. Therefore it is possible to accumulate up to 3 late fees for unpaid balances, up to $99 total for the term.

Non-Typical Session Dates: Some specialized courses have different time requirements outside of the standard Summer Sessions. Check the Schedule of Classes for details. Courses with unique start dates or durations that do not appear will have different deadlines.

Check out the summer course schedule…