Winter Session

Tuition


Winter Session courses are $494 per credit for undergraduates, and $509 per credit for graduate students, resident and non-resident. Winter Session tuition will be charged in addition to fall tuition, and will not be calculated in the full-time fall rate.

Winter Session tuition is due Dec. 20. Pay tuition in myWSU.

Winter Session course fees cannot be paid by tuition waiver exemptions as these courses are self-sustaining (not funded by state funds) and fully dependent on fees to cover the cost of instruction. Fee waivers authorized under RCW 28B.15.910 apply only to state supported courses.

Financial Aid

For financial aid purposes, Winter Session is considered part of fall semester. This means that WSU students may be eligible for loans (Stafford, PLUS or private) for Winter Session depending on the financial aid already awarded to them for the academic year.

Students can apply for loans by submitting a revision request for “special fees” to have a budget adjustment to increase their total cost of attendance. Once the revision request is processed students will be awarded any remaining eligibility in the form of Stafford or PLUS loans. If a student does not have any remaining eligibility in the form of Stafford or PLUS loans they have the option to seek a private loan to pay for Winter Session.Note: Students must be approved for a private loan by their lender at least 10 business days prior to the start of the session to ensure private loan funds are delivered to their account prior to the Winter Session tuition due date.

Contact the Office of Student Financial Services, 380 Lighty, 509-335-9711, financialaid@wsu.edu, for more information.

Winter Session
Dec. 16, 2017 - Jan. 7, 2018

Registration Dates:
April 10 - Dec. 17, 2017

You can enroll in only one Winter Session course.

Register early. Access your online course as early as Nov. 3!


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