Graduate student resources

Establishing Washington residency

Because in-state tuition is considerably less expensive for Washington residents than for out-of-state students, you should establish residency right away. Detailed information about this process is available through the Office of the Registrar's website. Students should review this detailed information as soon as possible after acceptance to a graduate program at WSU and begin action to establish residency soon after arrival in Washington state. If you have questions, contact

Graduate School at WSU Pullman

The WSU Graduate School website has links to important information for completing your graduate degree. Access this site regularly to navigate requirements for your degree.

Travel grant funding

The primary purpose of travel funds will be to assist in paying for registration fees, travel, and lodging expenses at professional conferences at which the graduate student presents a scholarly paper or other professional conference presentation.