- I need to order a transcript; can I do that over the phone?
- Where can I find a schedule of classes offered at WSU Spokane?
- When does fall semester begin?
- Is it too late to apply for next semester?
- I've tried to register, but I have a hold, Now what?
- I am trying to register on zzusis, but it won't accept my ID number when I try to log on.
- I already set up my network ID and password, but I can't remember what they are.
- I'm new to campus. Is there an orientation?
- What are the office hours and location for Student Affairs?
- I purchased a Sports Pass. How do I pick it up?
- I need accommodation for a learning disability, or I have a student in my class who needs accommodation.
- Are there any student clubs active on this campus?
- How do I schedule a room for a meeting or special event?
- What types of financial aid are available to me?
- How do I apply for financial aid?
- Do I apply for scholarships by submitting the FAFSA?
- Do I need to be enrolled in school full-time to obtain financial aid?
- What is WSU's Federal School Code?
- I paid the mandatory health fee. Do I have to drive to Pullman to get medical care?
- Where can I get my prescriptions filled?
- We need to have an original signature from the student requesting the transcript. You can download the transcript request form (PDF). The cost is $5, and checks should be made paybable to WSU. Please include your full name and student ID number with request. You may also fax a completed Transcript Request Form with your credit card information or stop by our office and request a transcript in person. They will be processed within 48 hours. For $10 we will process a rush order.
- August 25, 2014, is the first day of classes. All students should register for classes no later than August 24 in order to avoid a late registration fee.
- Allow six to eight weeks for the normal admission process. However, there are some options for late admission that you may explore by calling Student Affairs at 509-358-7537. With the permission of an instructor, students may enroll up until tenth day of the semester.
- Undergraduate students must see an academic advisor before registering, and the advisor will remove the hold. If you are still experiencing problems, contact Student Affairs at 509-358-7530.
- You will need to obtain a network ID and set up a personal password in order to utilize zzusis and the registration system. Create your Network ID.
- If you have questions or need assistance, please contact the Information Technology Help Desk, send and e-mail message to email@example.com or call 358-7748.
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- We are located in Academic Center 130 and are open Monday through Friday, from 7:30 am to 5:00 pm.
- Once you have purchased a sports pass, the mag strip on your student ID card is automatically activated, and you can use your student ID card to get into the games.
I need accommodation for a learning disability, or I have a student in my class who needs accommodation.
- Reasonable accommodations are available for students who have a documented disability. Contact Liz West in Academic Center 130A (509-358-7534 or firstname.lastname@example.org).
- There are several student organizations in addition to the Associated Students of WSU Spokane (ASWSUS). You may obtain contact information on clubs and organizations from the Student Involvement Coordinator at 358-7570. Student organizations.
- Complete a room request form. If you have any questions, review the facility use policy or contact Jane Rudd in the Student Affairs Office (509-358-7536 or email@example.com).
- Please see tuition and fees web site.
- Students may pay by credit card (MasterCard, Discover or American Express) online through zzusis. You may also pay by cash, check or credit card (MasterCard, Discover or American Express) by phone (509-358-7978) or at the Student Affairs Office (Academic Center 130) or by mail (Washington State University Spokane, Student Affairs, PO Box 1495, Spokane, WA 99210-1495).
- The three main types of aid are grants, work-study, and loans. Grants, such as the Federal Pell Grant or Washington State Need Grant, are free assistance for undergraduate students only and do not need to be repaid. Work-study is an opportunity to be employed on or off-campus to earn money for school. Loans, such as the Federal Stafford Loan or Perkins Loan, are low interest and need to be paid back after you leave school or drop below half-time.
- You must apply by submitting a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) each year that you wish to be considered for financial aid. We strongly encourage students to file on the Internet at www.fafsa.ed.gov for faster and more accurate results, but paper applications are also available at most high schools and colleges. You can also download the FAFSA form at http://www.fafsaonline.com/print.php, but note that this will add about a month to the processing time.
- WSU does not require that a FAFSA be submitted with the Scholarship Application to be considered for institutional scholarships. Scholarship information.
- In order to receive a full financial aid package you must be enrolled on a full-time basis (12 credit hours per term for undergraduates, 10 credit hours for graduates). Part time students may also receive aid, but the award amount will be adjusted based on the number of credits for which you enroll.
- WSU's federal school code used in the processing of the FAFSA is 003800.
- Providence Medical Group in Spokane has contracted with WSU Spokane to provide services to WSU Spokane students. Students should identify themselves as WSU Spokane students when making an appointment. Health and Wellness Coverage (pdf) »
- WSU's Health and Wellness Pharmacy will fill a student's prescription and mail it to their home with no charge for mailing. Certain prescription items are priced at a much lower cost than they may find at a retail pharmacy. Students can have their health care provider fax their prescription (509-335-5745).
Academic Center 130
600 N Riverpoint Blvd
PO Box 1495
Spokane, WA 99210-1495