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(and satisfy the English Language Proficiency admission requirement)
Students who do not currently meet the English Language Proficiency requirement for admission into the Graduate Program of choice should consider attending the Intensive American Language Center (IALC). The IALC offers English language learning programs that will prepare you for academic study anywhere in the United States.
All international graduate students are required to attend the Office of International Programs Global Services Orientation.
All students must complete the iCoug Tutorial (online pre-arrival information and assessments) prior to arriving in Pullman. See instructions on how to log in and navigate the iCoug Tutorial.
Register for Orientation
New graduate students are required to attend IP-Global Services Orientation, Tuesday, January 3, 2017 at 1 p.m. Register now.
Graduate School Orientation occurs only in the fall, but many of the Graduate School videos are available.
The schedule for IP-Global Services Orientation will be available December 2016.
All international students will be charged a nonrefundable $50 international student orientation fee after course registration. The fee will be charged to your WSU account and can be paid along with your tuition through myWSU.