Summer Tuition and Fees

Summer Session 2023 Info

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

2023 Sessions

Early 6-week  |
Early 7-week  |
12-week/Reg.  |
Late 6-week  |
Late 7-week  |
Intersession  |

May 8–June 18
May 8–June 25
May 8–July 28
June 19-July 28
June 26-Aug 13
July 29-Aug 20

2023 Registration Dates

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

March 6
March 7
March 8
March 9

Summer Session 2023 Tuition

All students, regardless of their residency, pay in-state tuition.



Summer tuition rates do not apply to MBA, Executive MBA, graduate engineering, and professional programs.

Tuition is due the first day of the session.

During Summer Session, there is no 2-credit minimum requirement. If you attend Pullman campus classes, whether in Pullman or online, you will incur mandatory fees to cover amenities and services.

2023 Mandatory Fees—Pullman campus

Mandatory fees for Summer 2023 are subject to change.

FeePer CreditMaximum
Rec Center$32.00$96.00
Cub Fee$24.00$72.00
Cougar Health ServicesN/A$83.00
Tech Fee*$2.00$20.00

*Undergrad only

2023 Mandatory Fees—Spokane campus

Mandatory fees for Summer 2023 are subject to change.

FeePer CreditMaximum
Spokane Health FeeN/A$100.00

MBA Tuition

For information about MBA costs, visit the Carson Business College’s MBA tuition information page or Executive MBA tuition information page.

Auditing a Course

The rate to audit a course during Summer Session is $194/credit. Auditing a course is approved on a space-available basis and individuals may seek permission to audit after the start of the course. Audit fees are non-refundable.

WSU Employees

Eligible WSU employees may take up to four credits during Summer Session using the Employee Tuition Waiver. Learn more and find the request form on the Summer Session Employee Tuition Waiver page.

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