Are you interested in working, studying or spending time somewhere else in the world? Check out this information fair at WWU!
Click on the picture above to watch this video FAFSA video parody of Macklemore’s “Thrift Shop” produced by UW college students and entered into a contest at ChangeMySchool.com.
(pssst! By the way, the FAFSA deadline for best consideration at WCC is March 15th)
The Gilman International Scholarship Program is happy to announce that its online application is now open for students participating in study abroad programs during the Summer 2013, Fall 2013 or 2013-2014 Academic Year terms.
You must be eligible for a Pell Grant to apply for this scholarship of up to $5,000. Continue reading
I know, Winter Quarter is barely underway. But if you’d like a chance to talk with an advisor for more than a few minutes before you register for Spring Quarter, the next several weeks are your best opportunity. Once registration starts (on February 25th), advisors will be limited to talking about your next quarter’s schedule. Drop in or make an appointment now to talk about your long-term academic plans, transfer questions, career goals, and whatever else is on your mind. Drop-in advisors are in room 116 of Laidlaw Center, Monday through Thursday 9am to 4pm and Friday 9am to 11am. If you’d rather have an appointment, call 360.383.3080.
If you’re thinking of dropping classes from your winter schedule, keep an eye on the calendar. Tuesday, January 22nd, is the last day to drop a WAOL online class (section code ONL) and get a 40% refund. You have one extra day, until Wednesday, January 23rd, to get a 40% refund for all other classes.
January 23rd is also the last day to drop a class and not see a ‘W’ grade on your transcript.
If you have permission to add a class late but you’ve been delaying actually doing it, ouch! Starting today you have to pay an extra $50 fee to register.