WSU Spokane offers undergraduate degree completion programs in Nursing, Nutrition and Exercise Physiology, and Speech and Hearing Sciences. Students interested in these programs must fulfill core requirements and prerequisites at one of our other WSU campuses, a community college, or another accredited institution prior to applying to WSU Spokane.
Please note: Application fees are non-refundable and admission to WSU Spokane is based on acceptance by the department. Before proceeding with the application process, we strongly recommend you speak with a program coordinator about admission requirements, any supplemental application material needed, and special deadlines for your desired degree program. If you have already spoken with a program coordinator and you meet the admission requirements, please proceed.
Former WSU Students
Use this application if you previously enrolled at any WSU campus and have been away for more than one semester. If you were not in good academic standing your last semester at WSU, you may need to be reinstated. ($25 nonrefundable application fee)
Use this application if you are not a citizen or permanent resident of the United States. Undergraduate only. See below for graduate and professional school applications. ($50 nonrefundable application fee)
Use this application if you will be taking courses for a teaching endorsement. ($25 nonrefundable application fee)
Use this application if you already have a bachelor’s degree and will be earning an additional undergraduate degree or certification, or are taking courses in preparation for a graduate degree. ($50 nonrefundable application fee)
If you earned a bachelor’s degree from WSU within the last semester, you do not need to reapply. Please contact the appropriate academic department if you have any questions.
Use this application if you have attended college since graduating from high school (not including the summer immediately following your graduation). ($50 nonrefundable application fee)
Students applying to the BSN or RN-BSN programs must complete a two-part application process.
Step 1: Apply to Nursing CAS (BSN students) or the College of Nursing (RN-BSN students)
Please read the application instructions for your program of choice before applying. For additional information call 509-324-7337 (BSN) or 509-324-7455 (RN-BSN).
Step 2: Apply to WSU
After you have applied to Nursing CAS (see step 1), only students who are being considered for admission will be required to complete the WSU application. Do not apply to WSU until the College of Nursing notifies you that you are being considered.
Students are required to apply to WSU unless they are already enrolled and then complete the NEP supplemental application. Deadline for applications is the first Monday in January.
Professional Program Applications
Students applying to professional programs at WSU Spokane must follow the specific procedures for admission to those programs. Please take note of requirements and deadlines and contact the department in which you’re interested as early as possible with questions you might have about the admissions process.
Students applying to graduate programs at the WSU Spokane campus must apply for admission to the Washington State University Graduate School.
Admission to the graduate school is determined jointly by the dean of the Graduate School and your prospective department or college. Many departments have additional requirements and deadlines, so contact the department in which you’re interested as early as possible.
Degree programs have specific deadlines for graduate priority admissions. Please check with your prospective department or college for those specific deadlines.
Admission to one of WSU Spokane’s graduate programs requires acceptance into the WSU Graduate School. While the requirements differ for each master’s degree program, they share these:
• A bachelor’s degree recognized by WSU.
• A 3.0 GPA from the last 60 semester hours or 90 quarter hours.
Additionally, some programs require:
• Specific prerequisites.
• Letters of recommendation or letters of intent.
• Either the GMAT or the GRE.