Early 6-week |
Early 7-week |
Late 6-week |
Late 7-week |
May 7–June 1
May 7–June 15
May 7–June 24
May 7–July 27
June 4–July 27
June 18–July 27
June 25–Aug. 12
July 28–Aug. 19
Registration Dates for 2018
Priority & Seniors |
Freshmen & Non-Degree |
There are no summer advising holds, but be sure to discuss your summer enrollment plans with your advisor.
Summer is the perfect time to make progress toward your degree. And, because courses range from three to twelve weeks and can be taken on campus or online through WSU Global Campus, you’re bound to find a schedule that fits into your summer plans.
Great Value and Flexibility
All students pay the in-state tuition rate and there are no academic advising holds during summer (although we recommend you talk with your advisor about your summer plans to ensure you choose courses that will help you meet your academic goals). You may be eligible to receive financial aid funds.
Consider Summer Session if any of the following apply to you:
- You have to retake a class or two
- You need to catch up from taking a part-time course load fall or spring semester
- You took a semester off and are now ready to jump back into your academics
- You want to complete a minor or certificate
- You want to graduate early
Summer Session at a Glance
Your current student status determines when you can begin registering for summer courses:
|Non-Degree Students||March 8|
Check your myWSU to find your registration time.
Summer Session 2018 Tuition
Tuition is charged by the credit hour, and is the same for Washington residents and non-residents.
Tuition is due on the first day of the session.
|Maymester||May 7–June 1|
|Early 6-week||May 7–June 15|
|Early 7-week||May 7–June 24|
|12-week||May 7–July 27|
|8-week||June 4–July 27|
|Late 6-week||June 18–July 27|
|Late 7-week||June 25–Aug 12|
|Intersession||July 28–Aug. 19|
WSU students are free to take summer classes at any WSU campus without having to change campuses or fill out other paperwork. Just register at the campus(es) of your choice.
Need more convincing?
- Most classes are smaller so you’ll receive more personal attention from your instructors
- Online summer courses give you the flexibility to return home to work, play and earn credit in the summer
- Campus is more relaxed in the summer and you’ll find plenty to do outside of class, both on campus and around Pullman.