Future Student Assistance
Yes. Students may now submit an alternative to the SAT or ACT in order to receive an admission decision. All policies and updates about test-optional admission can soon be found online for freshman and transfer students.
Students who have already taken the SAT or ACT may submit unofficial copies of test scores and still receive an admission decision.
For now, students may submit unofficial transcripts from their high school or college. Students will still need to provide copies of official transcripts before attending classes. In addition, official transcripts are still necessary to receive credit for college courses that students transfer to EWU.
Yes. The previous May 1 admissions and financial aid deadlines for future students have been moved to June 1.
EWU is closed to the public effective March 20 to May 4. During this time we will not be offering tours. After May 4, admissions will continue to offer on-campus tours but will be taking proactive measures, such as limiting the size of tours.
EWU Admissions staff are working to quickly develop virtual tours and other online experiences for future students and their families. More
EWU Admissions recognizes that future students face challenges when accessing documents and test centers, which is why EWU is offering expanded options immediately.
Beginning immediately, future EWU students can receive an admissions decision by submitting an alternative to an SAT/ACT test. EWU has also changed its May 1 admissions deadline to June 1, and students may submit unofficial transcripts. We’re proud to lead the state in ensuring access to higher education during this difficult time.
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