For the 2021 summer session on the Pullman Campus, the majority of academic departments have chosen to continue with online synchronous course delivery. And as always, Global Campus courses are online and offered asynchronously.
Early 6-week |
Early 7-week |
Late 6-week |
Late 7-week |
May 10–June 18
May 10–June 27
May 10–July 30
June 21-July 30
June 28-Aug 15
July 31-Aug 22
Registration Dates for 2021
Priority & Seniors |
Freshmen & Non-Degree |
There are no summer advising holds, but be sure to discuss your summer enrollment plans with your advisor.
About 50 percent of students who transfer to WSU need to take HISTORY 305: Roots of Contemporary Issues for Transfer Students, to fulfill the UCORE ROOT requirement. Check with your academic advisor to find out if you need to complete this requirement. The course provides historical background and multiple perspectives on globally relevant issues, from the environment to globalization, race and religion, and conflict.
HISTORY 305 is offered online through WSU Global Campus as a 6-week course during the summer. Three sections are available to meet your needs.
- The first section goes from May 10 – June 18 and is open to all WSU students who have transferred in from another college.
- Two more sections run from June 21 – July 30. Because of the later summer start, these sections are ideal for current community college students who are finishing their spring quarter and are planning to transfer to Pullman in the fall. They can get a jumpstart on fall by taking this class during the late summer.
Financial aid information for Summer Session 2021 will be available soon.
A minimum of 6 credits are required for financial aid during Summer Session. If you plan on taking 6 or more credits, you may qualify for financial aid. You will need to have the current academic year’s (2020-21) FAFSA on file with WSU. Visit the WSU Financial Aid for Summer Session website for more information.