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Summer Session 2019 Info

Maymester  |
Early 6-week  |
Early 7-week  |
Early 8-week  |
12-week  |
Late 6-week  |
Late 7-week  |
Late 8-week  |
Intersession  |

May 6–May 31
May 6–June 14
May 6–June 23
May 6–July 28
May 6–July 26
June 17–July 26
June 24–Aug. 11
June 3–July 26
July 27–Aug. 18

Registration Dates for 2019

Priority & Seniors  |
Juniors  |
Sophomores  |
Freshmen & Non-Degree  |

March 4
March 5
March 6
March 7

There are no summer advising holds, but be sure to discuss your summer enrollment plans with your advisor.

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Everyone is welcome at Summer Session

Everyone is welcome at Summer Session, including current students, newly admitted students, and those interested in just taking a class or two without matriculating at WSU. Priority Registration begins March 4, and is determined by your class standing.

Check out the chart below to find out what you need to do to register for summer courses.

Your Student StatusWhat You Need to Do to Register for Summer
Current WSU Student

You’re good to go. Just check your registration date in myWSU and register early for best selection.

New Fall 2019 undergraduate students

Contact the Admissions Office and request your admission to be back-dated to Summer Session. After your admission has been back-dated, check your registration date in myWSU.

New Pullman freshmen are encouraged to look into Summer Advantage, a program specifically designed to give you a jump-start on your college career. All new students interested in improving their math skills should check out Calculated Success offered online during the summer.

New Pullman transfer students be sure to check out summer resources and other information specifically for you.

Have not yet applied—Undergraduate

Visit the WSU Admissions website

  • If you want to take summer classes only and not continue to fall, apply as a Non-Degree seeking student for Summer, on the WSU campus of your choice.
  • If you want to take summer classes and also continue as a WSU degree-seeking student into the fall, complete the appropriate application (e.g., freshman, transfer) on the campus of your choice. If you plan to apply at the Pullman campus, speak with an advisor at the Academic Success and Career Center, toll free 888-978-7252, to discuss Summer Session options.
Have not yet applied—Graduate

Students who wish to begin working toward a graduate degree during the summer must apply for admission to the Graduate School.

Credits earned during WSU’s Summer Session are applied in the same manner and subject to the same rules and regulations as credits earned during fall and spring semesters.

Summer work in the College of Education is planned especially to meet the needs of teachers and administrators.

Need to add a class late on the Pullman campus? Complete an Enrollment Change form (pdf).

Eligible WSU employees may take up to four credits during Summer Session. Submit the Summer Educational Benefit Request Form (pdf) in person to the Summer Session Office on the first day of class. For complete information, visit the Summer Educational Benefits page of the Business Policies and Procedures Manual. You may also contact the Summer Session office at 509-335-2238 or email

Registration Dates

Seniors, post-bacc's, continuing graduate students JuniorsSophomoresFreshman, continuing non-degree, former student returning and all newly admitted undergrad and graduate level students
March 4March 5March 6March 7

Registration for Summer Session courses on myWSU continues through the start of the last session of summer.