At Washington State University, we have been carefully evaluating wellness and safety concerns related to COVID-19. It is with thoughtful consideration that WSU Pullman has decided to suspend all daily campus tours, visitation events (Experience WSU, Transfer Alive!, and Preview for Juniors), and group visits in response to the evolving COVID-19 environment. We are working diligently to provide virtual methods of these programs and will have more information available soon. To learn more about WSU’s continued response to COVID-19, please visit our COVID-19 information page.
To learn more about the Washington State University Honors College, you have a few options:
- Weekday Campus Visits: Prospective students can sign up for a tour of campus, and schedule a visit with the Honors College as well as other departments and colleges
- Weekend Campus Visit Events: WSU hosts weekend events for prospective students to visit campus, and the Honors College participates in these events
- Fall and Spring 2018 Events: A guide to all 2018 events for prospective students
Can’t physically visit, but still want to connect? No problem! Simply email a Recruitment Coordinator at email@example.com or call the Honors College office at (509) 335-4505 to set up a phone appointment.
Weekday Campus Visits
General campus tours are usually scheduled for 9:00-11:00am and 1:00–3:00pm. Click here to register for a campus tour. Before or after your campus tour, you can meet with departments and colleges on campus. To schedule a visit with the Honors College, call 509.335.4505 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
What will my visit with the Honors College include?
Your informational meeting will likely include discussions of the Honors College curriculum, community, admissions; the opportunities and benefits that help each student shape their Honors College experience at WSU; and other questions you may have.
Do I need to bring anything?
Bring any questions that you have.
If you’re planning to transfer from another college or are doing running start, please send to us before your meeting a list of classes you’ve taken and plan to take before coming to WSU. Here is our webpage about transfer credits.
Where will my meeting be?
Check in at the Honors College main office, Elmina White Honors Hall 130. This building is at the corner of Spokane and Campus streets. You can use map.wsu.edu, which will merge with Google Maps to help you find your way. There is also a phone app by Guidebook that can help you navigate campus.
Can I meet with the Honors College during weekends?
The Honors College office is closed on weekends. There are weekend visitation events (below) which are attended by representatives from the Honors College.
Weekend Campus Visit Events
The Honors College has a presence at each of these events. Generally speaking, you can find us at the Academic & Resources Fair in the morning and the afternoon workshops.
Fall and Spring Events
- Fall Preview
For prospective students that would be incoming freshmen or transfer students
- Experience WSU*
- Future Cougars of Distinction
Event is only for admitted students who are invited to the event. Students who attend will be eligible for a $1000 waiver that can combine with Distinguished Regent and National Merit full tuition waivers. Additional information available at the event webpage.
- Future Cougars Embracing Diversity*
- Out-of-State Experience*
- Preview for Juniors
For prospective students typically in their junior year of high school
*Event is for students who have been admitted to WSU already, and these students who attend will be eligible for a $1000 tuition waiver. Additional information available at the event web pages.
Make an Appointment
You can also schedule an appointment by contacting the Honors College main office at: (509) 335-4505
Elmina White Honors Hall 130
Corner of Spokane and Campus streets
Hours: Mon-Fri 8:00am-5:00pm
Summer Hours: Mon-Fri 7:30am-4:00pm