Spending summer in the Tri-Cities?
Make headway on your degree with a summer course at WSU Tri-Cities. Summer admission is open to students attending any university and to professionals wanting to learn something new or take a prerequisite for grad school.
Registration for summer courses begins the week of March 3, 2014. Contact email@example.com or 509-372-7250 if you need assistance.
Summer 2014 Session Dates
- 6 week 1: May 12 - June 20
- 6 week 2: June 23 - August 1
- 8 week 1: May 12 - July 3
- 8 week 2: June 9 - August 1
- 12 week: May 12 - August 1
Holidays (campus closed, no classes held):
- Memorial Day, Monday, May 26
- Independence Day, Friday, July 4
Earn four to six credits in just six weeks
Stay on track with your degree by taking the same course and getting the same credit — but in just half the time.
If you are a “visiting student” (enrolled at another university) or a “non-degree seeking student” (simply wanting to take a class for personal or professional development), apply for summer admission by completing the Non-Degree Application online. Be sure to choose the Tri-Cities campus.
Tuition and Fees
Undergraduate, Visiting and Non-Degree Seeking students
Undergraduate tuition is charged on a per credit basis. The rate for Summer 2014 is $494/credit.
WSU Tri-Cities does not charge fees for WSU Pullman amenities (rec center, CUB, health and wellness).
Graduate tution for Summer 2014 is $509 per credit hour.