Here’s everything you need to learn, live, and succeed at WSU.
Keep your academic progress on track.
Learn about course registration, how to change your major, research opportunities, study abroad options, and more.
Find all the details about paying tuition, managing your student account, applying for financial aid—and even improving your money management skills.
At WSU, we’re here to support you—the whole you—with student services for academic support, career services, health and counseling services, and equity and advocacy support.
Reserve rooms on campus for study groups and meetings.
With the Ask-A-Nurse Message Line, you can call 507.457.2292 or email firstname.lastname@example.org with any health or wellness questions.
Ask-A-Nurse is great for when you:
- Are feeling ill but not sure if you need to see a doctor
- Are feeling ill and looking for tips on how to care for yourself at home
- Want to learn about self-care
- Have a question about birth control or sexual health
It’s easy, free, and confidential. The Ask-A-Nurse Message Line is there whenever you have a health question or concern.
Have you moved? Want to go by a different name? Looking to change your major or get a new advisor?
Learn how to keep your student records up to date.
You need a parking permit to park in campus parking lots year-round—except when Summer Parking rules are in effect.
There are specific permit options for motorcycles and mopeds.
You are welcome to live on campus again next year—and you’ll have more options to choose from, as East Lake Apartments are reserved for upper-level students.
Learn how to apply for housing and contact email@example.com if you have any questions.
If you experience, witness, or learn about a situation that threatens the health and safety of our WSU community members, please report it:
- Report an incident
- Report a health and safety concern on campus
- Report a workplace injury
- File a complaint with Affirmative Action
WSU has numerous policies that govern our campus community and University processes.
These include, but are not limited to, the following policies. Academic departments and University offices may have additional policies.
On-campus jobs are a great way to build your skills and your resumé. Here are the resources you need while working on campus.
Make sure you have everything in order, submit your graduation application, and start making plans for life after college.Prepare to Graduate