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Important Updates

IMPORTANT: Manual Enrollment Process into Honors 370, 380, or 390 

Deadline: Friday April 5th at 3:00 pm

If you were granted an exception for Honors 270, Honors 280, or Honors 290, then you will not be able to self-enroll into the 300-level counterpart for that course and must request to be manually enrolled in your preferred section of that course.

For students of junior standing or higher, manual enrollment requests will be processed starting Monday, April 8th.  Manual enrollment requests for students of sophomore standing or lower will be enrolled per seat availability on Wednesday, April 10th. Enrollment will be processed per academic level group on a first-come first-serve basis.

Please note manual enrollment will not be necessary for Honors 370 or 390, if you have already taken one of the following courses:

  • For Honors 270: ECONS 198
  • For Honors 290: CHEMISTRY 116, MATH 182, PHYSICS 205, PHYSICS 206

If you were planning to take a 300-level Honors course in fall 2024 and would like to request enrollment into the course, please fill out the form here.

If you have questions about this process, please feel welcome to call  509.335.4505  or email  honors@wsu.

STAMP Info Sessions

It is MANDATORY to attend a STAMP info session before taking the STAMP test. Info sessions will be held via Zoom on the follow days and times:

3/18/2024 11:00
3/18/2024 3:00
3/19/2024 11:00
3/19/2024 3:00
3/22/2024 12:00
3/26/2024 4:30
3/27/2024 4:30
3/29/2024 4:30
4/8/2024 5:00
4/11/2024 5:00

Sign up here

2024 Courses Posted

Course listings for summer and fall 2024 are now posted on the Honors website. See the 2024 courses here. 

Drop-in Advising Available

In person and virtual advising are now available for drop ins this semester. See the details here. 

Become a Student Mentor

Student Mentors help welcome new students and ease the transition to WSU and the Honors College.
If you are ready to become an Honors Student Mentor, apply here! 



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2024 Mindfulness Symposium
March 30 | 9:00 am -1:30 pm
Location: Spark G45 for in-person event in Pullman
Register to attend via Zoom here. 

This transformative event will feature keynote presenter Kelly Boys. Through a series of presentations and guided practices, Kelly will share insights from her vast experience training UN humanitarian workers, inmates in prison, and engineers at tech companies like Google in mindfulness. She specializes in NSDR or “non sleep deep rest”, which is an evidence-based contemplative practice for increasing neuroplasticity and creativity, and for downregulating your nervous system and getting better sleep. You’ll come away with tools to work with anxiety and tools to increase sustainability in school performance and in life. Don’t miss this opportunity to learn from a mindfulness expert who has worked with leading organizations worldwide. For more details, visit Kelly Boys’ mindfulness website.
Event is free to students. More information and registration link can be found here.

Dean’s Ferdinand’s Grabber Challenge!
Wednesday April 17th

Honors students, CougsGive is April 17th. If 40 gifts are donated during CougsGive to any of our 5 funds, this will unlock free Ferdinand’s ice cream Grabbers, handed out by the Dean! Gift minimum is only $5. Spread the word, give to get Ferdinand’s!

Participate April 17th here!

Exploring Cultures Film Festival Flyer