Navigating Your Degree
Find out about Timelines and Responsibilities for earning a master's or a doctorate degree.
Find out about the Deadlines and Procedures for Graduate Degrees.
Research Assistant Resources
Because in-state tuition is considerably less expensive for Washington residents than for out-of-state students, you should establish residency right away. Detailed information about this process is available through the Office of the Registrar's website. Students should review this detailed information as soon as possible after acceptance to a graduate program at WSU and begin action to establish residency soon after arrival in Washington state. For questions or assistance, contact Samantha Bailey at 509-335-5697509-335-5697, email@example.com.
Find out about
Important Dates and Announcements
The Institute for Recruitment of Teachers
March 25, Honors Lounge
6:00 - 7:00 p.m.
The IRT Summer Workshop is a four-week program held on the campus of Phillips Academy in Andover, MA. IRT interns engage a graduate-level curriculum of critical and cultural theory, prepare for the GRE examination, and work on their statements of purpose. The workshop typically runs during the month of July.
- Application deadline: April 1, 2014
- Amount: $1,200 plus travel, room, and board expense
- Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org; 978-749-4113
Graduating Spring 2014? Applications are now open.
For students who have never applied, follow the instructions here.
Graduate Grant Writing Workshop
April 5, 2014
Cost: $20 for WSU students, $25 for non-students
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