WSU College of Education


Undergraduate students

Incoming freshmen

Transfer students

Graduate students

Graduate students must apply to both the WSU Graduate School (university) and The College of Education’s Office of Graduate Education (that’s us).

Even though we’re not in charge of this process, as a service, we’ll let you know that you’ll need the following:

—Official transcripts showing all previous college or university coursework

—Three letters of recommendation

—Current resume documenting previous educational, work, volunteer, or research experiences that are relevant to the degree program to which you are applying.

—A brief statement of your professional objectives and how you believe they will be promoted by admission to program to which you are applying. Do not exceed two typed single-spaced pages.

—Official GRE scores

  •  Our Office of Graduate Education supplemental application. You must also do this.

Supplemental application for the program to which you are applying

Be prepared to calculate the following Grade Point Averages:

—Undergraduate GPA

—Last 60 credit hours undergraduate GPA

—GPA in major

—Graduate GPA (if applicable)

Priority deadline for admission to graduate programs in the College of Education is December 1 for fall admission. Applicants meeting this deadline will have first priority for full consideration into the programs, as well as for available assistantships and funding. Applications received between December 2nd and January 10th may be reviewed on a space available basis.


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