Here is a quick overview of the resources WSU offers
Is your English ability preventing you from being successful in your classes or your research? The language support program at the Intensive American Language Center (IALC) can help.
Advanced skill courses
Are you preparing to write a dissertation or thesis? Do you want to perfect your pronunciation or improve your academic performance?
Take an advanced skill course at the IALC!
International Teaching assistant evaluations
International graduate teaching assistants (TAs) must take the University’s language evaluation before beginning their teaching assignment.
The Office of International Programs offers a $1,500 one-time tuition reduction emergency tuition support to students who encounter a financial need caused by circumstances beyond their control while enrolled as an undergraduate student.
Emergency tuition support is offered only in serious financial circumstances that are beyond your control. For instance:
- Loss of an assistantship or scholarship
- Loss of funding resulting from a death, serious illness, or political upheaval in your home country
You will also need to meet the following criteria:
- Maintain F-1 or J-1 visa status at WSU Pullman
- Be in the final stages of your degree program
- Provide evidence that other sources of tuition funding are not available
Students who have previously received an emergency tuition support award from WSU International Programs are not eligible.
Complete the International Programs awards and scholarship application. Complete the certification of financial status and (if available) provide supporting documents.Write a detailed explanation of the unforeseen event that caused the shortfall of funds.Provide a brief supporting statement from your academic advisor indicating your academic status and your anticipated time to degree completion.
We are here to help
Please contact us if you have any questions about this award or if you are facing a financial emergency.