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Washington State University Graduate School

Graduate School Orientation

Did you miss the 2018 Graduate School Orientation? No worries! Below are recordings of each session.

Assistantships

Student Financial Services

Health Insurance

Your Mentor and You

Cougar Health Services

Professional Development

State Residency

It is important that you begin establishing residency within your first year at WSU to ensure your eligibility for in-state tuition. Establishing residency is more than just moving to the area for a year, and requires a series of steps for all out-of-state students. Watch the video below and click the links to the right to get started.

 

Student Conduct

The Student Conduct Office and The Graduate School are here to support you in ensuring your academic freedom and integrity. We’ve prepared a video with the Director of Student Conduct as well as important links on the policies and procedures covered in The Graduate Student Code of Rights and Responsibilities, as well as WSU’s Student Conduct Code.

Discrimination, Sexual Harassment and Sexual Misconduct

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Living in Pullman

Pullman is located in the Palouse region of Washington State. As one of the most affordable Pac-12 schools, Pullman and surrounding areas offer a variety of outdoor recreational options, social events and entertainment, family-friendly events, four spectacular seasons, and the close-knit community of a small town. With University of Idaho located just 8 miles away in Moscow, the Pullman-Moscow area has something for everyone.

Welcome!

Transportation

Make your commute to campus a breeze! In partnership with Pullman Transit, all WSU students ride for free just by showing your CougarCard. WSU’s rideshare programs and vanpools can also make getting to campus is easy and affordable. Additionally, on-campus parking is available on a first come, first served basis with tiered pricing on annual permits.