The officers of the Muslim Student Association has compiled a list of resources and student guides for incoming and current students of Washington State University (Pullman). This page serves to be a one stop shop for unique, important, and relevant information which tends to be very difficult to find.
Transfer Student Guide
You're considered a transfer student for admission purposes if you have attended college after the summer following high school graduation. If you earned your college credit while you were still in high school (e.g., through Running Start), follow the steps for freshman admission. If you are an international student, follow the steps for international admission.
Transferring to a new college can be a confusing process. We can't promise that it'll be painless — but we will do our best to give you the information and tools you need to make informed decisions and make your transition to WSU as smooth as possible. READ MORE
Undergraduate Admissions -- Deadlines and Dates?
The academic year at a glance: everything from deadlines to the best times to visit campus. To see when classes begin, university holidays, and such, check out the Registrar's academic calendar. READ MORE
Guide for International Students
The Office of International Students and Scholars (OISS) would like to welcome you to Washington State University (WSU) and the community of Pullman, Washington. We hope that you enjoy your stay here and that your studies and/or research are both interesting and challenging. We also encourage you to explore and take part in activities offered by the University and Pullman communities. A university experience is far more than classes and textbooks; it includes personal growth, new friendships, interests, experiences, and ideas.
This handbook offers brief descriptions of a variety of things you are likely to have questions about in the University and Pullman communities. There are topics ranging from WSU course registration to tips about daily needs such as shopping, transportation, U.S. cultural customs, and the like. READ MORE
Off-Campus Housing Guide
This guide was created as a tool to help you understand your rights and legal obligations as a renter. It provides practical information and resources to help you have a safe, positive off-campus living experience and avoid common and sometimes costly mistakes. You will find downloadable checklists, as well as valuable information, to help you make the right choice for your living experience. However, nothing within this guide should be taken as legal advice. Read carefully, seek assistance, and keep good records. READ MORE
WSU Travel Guide
MAKE YOUR RESERVATION EARLY! There's a lot happening here and area hotels can fill up quickly. You can find useful overnight accommodation information at the WSU Visitor Center website or in the Pullman Chamber of Commerce weekly status report.
A limited number of discounted rooms are available for our guests at the locations listed below for the evening before the event. READ MORE
A Guide to Housing and Residency Life
1) The departments of Housing, Dining, & Residence Life are here to make your student's university living experience a safe and memorable one. We have a wide variety of housing options to meet your student's needs. Please remember, freshmen students are required to live in a campus residence hall or Greek chapter house. READ MORE
Residency Dining Resource
The residence dining facilities serve a wide variety of foods, catering to the varying needs of our community. Menus feature something for everyone and include a complete vegetarian selection. All of the Dining Centers prominently label and highlight for students: Healthy Options, Vegetarian Options, and Vegan Options. Residence dining facilities are conveniently located around campus: Southside Café serves the south campus community, Hillside Café and Carlita's serve the central campus, and Northside Café serves the north campus community. READ MORE
Student Guide to Internships
What is an internship? A carefully monitored work or service experience in which an individual has intentional learning goals and reflects actively on what she or he is learning throughout the experience. Part of an educational program and carefully monitored and evaluated for academic credit, or part of a learning plan that the intern develops. READ MORE
Student Advising Guide for the College of Business
We are a team of professional academic advisors dedicated to assisting undergraduate business students with their academic needs. Our mission is to partner with students and faculty about: College of Business degree requirements, responsibilities and process; as well as serve as advocates and liaisons on the student's behalf. With our students, we share the responsibility to uphold the standards set forth by WSU and the College of Business. Click Here for the resource guide. READ MORE about advising.