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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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Summer Session Transfer Students

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 during the summer, and two sections are available to meet your needs.

  • One section is a 12-week course from May 6–July 26 and is open to all WSU students.
  • The other section is an accelerated 5-week course from June 24–July 26, and is ideal for community college students finalizing their spring quarter course work who are planning to transfer to WSU in the fall.

Financial Aid

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 (2018-19) FAFSA on file with WSU. Visit the WSU Financial Aid for Summer Session website for more information.