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.
Have you been accepted to WSU for the fall? You could start even earlier! Even if you’ll be finishing your spring quarter classes at your current school, you can attend a late WSU summer session.
Students transferring from schools on the quarter system who are taking spring quarter classes often register for courses offered in the late 6-week session of summer, which begins mid-June.
If you would like to take summer courses, simply contact the WSU Office of Admissions and request that your admission be back-dated to summer session. Contact us to help.
Pullman Transfer Students
Summer is a great time to get familiar with campus, make friends, have fun, get a jump start on your coursework, and put yourself on the path to success as a WSU Cougar!
Advantages of Summer Session in Pullman
- Earlier access to advising and classes
- Evening events and activities
- New friends and acquaintances
- Access to tutoring and other great on-campus resources
- Time to focusing on just one or two difficult courses
- Great weather and tons of outdoor activities close at hand
- History 305 Roots of Contemporary Issues (a required [ROOT] course for most undergraduates). Check with your advisor
- Any Math or English course required for your major
- Courses that fulfill the UCORE Diversity [DIVR] requirement
- Courses in your chosen major