Complete the online Admissions Application and select the Tri-Cities campus. You will receive an e-mail within days after you apply. That message will give directions about how to create a network ID and login to your my.WSU student portal so you can track the status of your application.
Admissions staff will communicate with you about your application and admissions status.
Submit official transcripts from high school, Joint Services Transcript or CCAF, and transcripts from all the colleges or universities you have ever attended (if you have never attended a college or university, you must submit an official high school transcript).
Note: The Joint Services Transcript (JST) has replaced the Coast Guard Institute Transcript (CGI), Army/American Council on Education Registry Transcript System (AARTS), and the Sailor/Marine American Council on Education Registry Transcript (SMART).
The quickest way to contact Undergraduate Advising is to send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Advisors check messages regularly and make sure they get to the appropriate advisor so you can get a response within 24 business hours.
Step 6: New Student Orientation
WSU Tri-Cities is dedicated to providing a supportive environment for students beginning their first year. The New Student Experience fosters new-student development and academic success by providing students with effective support services that promote students’ achievement of their educational and personal growth plans.
In a collaboration between departments across campus, the New Student Experience provides superior support services and programs that foster student persistence, completion of educational plans, and timely graduation.