Paper applications are also accepted (available online). Contact the Admissions Office to request an application fee waiver.
5. Receive “Application Received” e-mail
An e-mail is sent within days after an application is submitted. It gives directions for how to create a network ID and login to your zzusis student account, where you will find out if any documents (transcripts, etc.) are still required to complete your application. If you have questions, contact the Admissions Office at (509) 372-7250.
6. Receive “Offer of Admission” letter
Offer letters are sent out within two weeks after all transcripts are received.
This letter asks you to reserve your space by paying a $200 advance tuition deposit. You will also receive a New Student Checklist. The advance tuition deposit may be deferred for veterans receiving Ch 33 (Post 9/11) upon receipt of your Certificate of Eligibility (COE). Veterans receiving other benefits are asked to contact the Certifying Official at (509) 372-7351 e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org if they are facing hardship and cannot pay the advance tuition deposit.
7. *WSU VETERANS BENEFITS
Fill out the Veteran’s Intake Card in the Veteran’s Center in West 203
For veteran’s tuition waiver, we need a copy of your DD-214 that shows your honorable discharge status
* Tuition waivers have some restrictions, so discuss your situation with a Veteran’s Center staff member
8. Receive “Confirmation of Admission” letter
Admission confirmation letters are sent out after the $200 advance tuition deposit is received. Confirmation is required for official evaluation of your transfer credits
This letter will include information about New Student Orientation, Veteran Orientation, and the requested next steps
Academic advising is required for all undergraduate students each semester. Contact your advisor to schedule your appointment. Most students meet with their advisor one or two weeks before New Student Orientation
If you sign up for a Math or Writing placement exam, inform the Veteran’s Affairs Office to determine if your fees can be paid using the G.I. Bill.