Schedule an appointment
Schedule a personalized virtual admissions appointment with a WSU Vancouver admissions counselor.
Prepare for your appointment
To gain the most from your admissions appointment, we encourage you to:
- Explore the WSU Vancouver website
- Brainstorm questions to ask your admissions counselor
- Review WSU Vancouver degrees and programs
- Send copies of your past school records and transcripts
- Think about how you want to get involved on campus
If you have a disability or condition that requires special materials, furniture, services or assistance, please complete the online event accommodation request form as soon as possible to help us better understand your specific needs. If you have additional questions, contact the Access Center at 360-546-9238 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Attend a virtual event
In-person campus tour
There is nothing like being on a college campus to know if it’s the right fit for you! WSU Vancouver is pleased to offer in-person campus tours by appointment.
These 45-minute outdoor tours are led by a Student Ambassador who will tell you about WSU Vancouver, share their own experiences and answer your questions. An admissions counselor will be available before and after each tour to answer admissions and financial aid questions.
All visitors are required to follow WSU Vancouver’s COVID-19 safety protocols, including showing proof of a completed symptom attestation and showing proof of COVID-19 vaccination during check-in OR wearing a facial covering and maintaining physical distancing. Additional details will be provided after registration.
Live virtual campus tour
Visit campus from anywhere in the world! A current student ambassador will "walk" you along a tour route in a live, 45-minute interactive tour, stopping at each building and sharing campus highlights and personal experiences. Ask questions along the way and get a feel for life as a VanCoug. Tours are offered most Tuesdays at 4 p.m. and Fridays at 10 a.m. via Zoom.
Incoming first year students and transfer students
A 30-minute presentation that covers the application process, financial aid, degrees offered, common myths, student life opportunities and more. There will be time afterward for questions and answers. Presentations are offered most Tuesdays at 5 p.m. and Fridays at 2 p.m. via Zoom. Or, watch a pre-recorded Admissions 101.
Running Start, dual enrollment, and transfer students
A 30-minute presentation intended for students that have college-level credit and want to learn about the transfer process to WSU Vancouver. There will be time afterward for questions and answers. Presentations are offered most Wednesdays at 3 p.m. via Zoom. Or, watch a pre-recorded Admissions 201.
Transferring Credit to WSU
Running Start, dual enrollment, and transfer students
Find out how your college-level coursework transfers to WSU. Learn how to use our Transfer Course Search Tool and Transfer Credit Report. We will discuss transfer credit limits, the types of transfer degrees and coursework that WSU accepts, resources for students and more! Presentations are hosted most Thursdays at 4 p.m. via Zoom.
Learn about WSU Vancouver through a variety of presentations and live Q&A sessions with students, faculty and staff. Free and open to the public.
Information about fall events will be posted this summer. Stay tuned!
Lead Admissions Counselor
You can try to play “Stump the Admissions Counselor” with Kim, but you are sure to lose! With more than 20 years of admissions experience at WSU Vancouver, you’ll find it hard to ask a question she can’t answer. She works with transfer and graduate students.
Campus Director of Admissions
A true Pacific Northwesterner at heart, Erin has lived and worked in Idaho, Oregon and Washington. She was once an out-of-state college student herself and has more than a decade of experience helping students navigate the world of higher education. She can walk you through the application and enrollment process one step at a time. She works with first-year and post-baccalaureate students.
Assistant Director of Admissions
Interested in studying abroad? Colton taught English in Taiwan for four years before returning to the U.S. to pursue a career in higher education. Brave and honest, Colton will help guide you in making a decision that’s just right for you. He works with first-year and transfer students.
Having moved away from home for college, Camilla can give you the tools to help you make your big decision. She can also introduce you to the clubs, organizations and resources at WSU Vancouver. She’s excellent at helping you feel welcome and included on campus. Camilla works with first-year students.
Brian Van Gundy
Thinking about transferring to WSU Vancouver? Brian was a transfer student himself and can answer your questions about credit equivalencies and your smoothest, most fulfilling path to earning your bachelor’s degree. He specializes in helping transfer and Running Start students from Clark College.
Contact the WSU Vancouver Office of Admissions
Due to the current COVID-19 guidelines, the Admissions Office at WSU Vancouver is closed for in-person assistance. We can be reached by email at email@example.com for questions, to schedule a Zoom meeting with an admissions counselor or check on the status of an application. Additionally, we are offering Admissions 101 and 201 sessions online weekly via Zoom video conference.
Have official transcripts from all colleges and universities attended sent to:WSU Vancouver Office of Admissions
14204 NE Salmon Creek Ave.
Vancouver, WA 98686
Learn how to submit transcripts.
You may fax documents to 360-546-9032.
Online document submission
You may also submit unofficial Admissions documents online.
Please note—a WSU Network ID and password is required. You will be invited to set up a WSU Network ID and password after you submit your application for admission.
Admission decision appeal
Appeals to admission decisions are occasionally granted for students in unusual situations who have overcome challenges and have shown academic and/or personal improvement. Learn more about requesting an admissions appeal.