Education

 

 

 

 

 

Financial Resources

WSU Office of Financial Aid

The financial aid office can help you find and apply for scholarships, student loans, and discuss your options for paying for graduate school. 

WSU Student Accounts

WSU student accounts is where you go to pay your bills or set up a payment plan.

 

 

Career Resources

The Professional Development Initiative

This GPSA initiative provides a variety of programs to help prepare graduate students for academic and career success

The Versatile PhD 

Empowering PhD students to build professional careers. Log in with your WSU Network ID and Password to activate your free institutional membership.

Cheeky Scientist Institutional Membership

Resources for PhD and Post-Doc students to prepare for a career in industry

 

 

Conflict Resolution

Ombudsmen

The Ombudsmen is an informal channel for students faculty and staff to voice concerns about the university. If formal action needs to be taken, the ombudsman can help you determine who to speak to. 

Office of Compliance and Civil Rights

The office of Compliance and Civil Rights promotes knowledge and compliance with regulations and legal requirements. If you believe that someone at WSU has violated your rights, or if you believe that you have witnessed a violation, contact the Office of Compliance and Civil Rights. 

 

 

Coursework

Registrars Office

The registrars office can help you with any issues that you have regarding registering for classes, establishing residency, verifying enrollment, UI coop courses, forms, requests, finals schedules, transcripts, graduation, diplomas, and all of the details of being a student.

Study Center

 

Transportation and Parking

WSU Transportation Services

WSU Transportation Services has information on your transportation options to get to and from campus, from bus schedules, to parking permits.