Graduate Student Fees and Payments
Graduate Resident and Non-Resident:
Graduate TA & RA Tuition Waivers
Students who are on TA and RA appointments in the summer are responsible for paying the S&A fee and mandatory fees. There is no non-resident fee for graduate students for the Summer 2013 term. The S&A fee and mandatory fees are not included in Summer Session tuition waivers.What does this mean to you?
- You need to register for your courses by May 6, 2013.
- If you are on a TA or RA appointment you need to pay the S&A fee portion of your tuition, $77 by May 24.
- If you are receiving
financial aid it will be released by May 6, if your paperwork
was turned in on time and complete, and you are registered for
at least 3 credits before May 6.
Number of credits multiplied by $509 + special fees (if any) = total graduate summer tuition
3 (credits) x $509 = $1,527
$1527 + rec fee + health & wellness fee = graduate summer tuition
|Graduate Student Tuition Fee Chart*|
# of Credits
*Values are subject to change.
Tuition payroll deductions are not an option for Summer Session.
|Student Recreation Center Fee|
|Enrolled in 3 weeks or less||
|Enrolled in 4 or 5 weeks||
|Enrolled in 6 weeks or more, maximum||
|Enrolled 1-3 weeks||
|Enrolled 4-5 weeks||
|Enrolled 6-12 weeks||
|Health and Wellness Fee|
|Charged for each challenge examination petition||
Late Payment Fees
|For each missed payment deadline||
|Late payment fees could total up to||
Note: Overdue accounts owed to the University will prevent re-enrollment and release of transcripts.
WSU does not mail billing statements for tuition and fees. Students access their account balance through zzusis, or by checking with Student Accounts, 342 French Administration Building. It is the student’s responsibility to be aware of fee amounts and payment deadlines and to pay accordingly.
It is imperative that you communicate your account information in a timely manner with your parents or any other party who may be making payments on your behalf. They will not have access to your account as that is private information that WSU cannot share with anyone other than the student without written permission from the student. Contact Student Accounts for more information at (509) 335-9651.
Students can access their account balance online at zzusis, or by checking with Student Accounts at 342 French Administration Building.
Tuition charges are based on the status of the student. Students admitted to the graduate school and classified as a class code six are charged graduate tuition as well as students with a code of 7G or any class code followed by a D. All other students are charged undergraduate tuition. Dollar amounts are listed for advisory purposes only and may change.
Special course fees are listed with the specific course information. To find out if a course has special fees do a course search, click on the course prefix to get the full course information, and check the "Section Number" field to see if there is a special fee.
A $33 late payment fee is automatically charged to all accounts owing summer tuition for each missed deadline. Late payment fees will not exceed $99.
REMINDER: There are three tuition deadline dates. Tuition due dates are tied to the start date of your course; a late fee will be assessed if tuition is not paid by the nearest due date after your course begins.
It is the student's responsibility to update their addresses for the summer before the end of spring semester so that they receive University correspondence on time. Summer Session correspondence is mailed to the permanent mailing address. Addresses can be updated on your zzusis portal as they change. Students continuing from spring semester who expect their local address will change for the summer should change their address at the web links above, or at Payroll Services, 236 French Administration Building. Residence Halls or Greek House addresses are not appropriate for summer.
Payment for 12-Week Courses and Internships
The tuition payment deadline for courses with an arranged date, e.g., independent study, internships, graduate thesis, etc., is Friday, May 24, 2013.
Cash: Payable in person only at the Cashier's Office on the third floor of French Administration
Building. Do not put cash in drop box.
Check: Make payable to Washington State University. Always include your WSU ID number on all checks. Checks are payable in person at the Cashier's Office, may be placed in the drop box, or mailed to Cashier's Office, Washington State University, PO Box 641039, Pullman, WA 99164-1039.
Credit Card: On the web through zzusis or www.wsu.edu/payment.
Summer Session fees are refunded in full when a student officially drops courses or cancels their summer enrollment within the refund deadline dates (see Enrollment Change Deadlines). Summer Session audit fees are refundable during the refund deadline dates. Faculty/Staff fees are non-refundable.