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 adjusted the delivery for our summer Alive Orientation programs. All Alive Orientation programs have been converted to online programs and will be conducted on the original scheduled days. To learn more about WSU’s continued response to COVID-19, please visit our COVID-19 information page.
Alive Orientation Summer 2020
With thoughtful consideration of everyone who participates and delivers Alive Orientation sessions, we have decided to change the delivery of our June & July Alive Orientation sessions from in-person programs to online programs. This means all summer Alive Orientation sessions offered throughout June and July will be online programs.
Nationally and at WSU, students who attend an orientation program are more likely to complete a college degree than those who do not. So, because we want you to have the best possible chance of success, we’ve designed orientation programs to help every new Coug hit the ground running in their first semester.
All new students must attend an orientation program to enroll for their first semester of classes. At your orientation program, you’ll meet with an advisor, register for classes, get familiar with campus, and find resources that will help you create an amazing experience at WSU.
Coming to orientation was very reassuring. It showed me I wouldn’t be in this all on my own. Connecting with my orientation group made me feel like I already had some friends coming in.
– SAPPHIRE OWENS
Early Elementary Education Junior
ALIVE FOR FRESHMAN STUDENTS
Nine sessions over the summer
If you are fresh out of high school, or have not yet attended a college or university outside of high school, this orientation event is for you. We’ll go over all the tools you need to succeed in college and at WSU!
If you completed Running Start, college-in-the-high-school, or are bringing credits you recieved during high school, you are considered a Freshman for orientation purposes and should attend one of these sessions.
FRESHMAN SUMMER SESSION INFO & SIGNUP
Sunday, June 21-Monday, June 22
Sunday, July 19-Monday, July 20
If you’re transferring from another college or university (with at least 27-semester, or 40-quarter credits), this orientation event is especially for you, with registration and information tailored to your unique needs as a transfer student.
TRANSFER INFO & SIGNUP
ALIVE FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS
If you are not a citizen or permanent resident of the United States, you will need to attend international student orientation.
INTERNATIONAL INFO & SIGNUP