Admitted Undergraduate

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The beginning of something spectacular!


1

Confirm Your Enrollment

What You’ll Need

  • Your NetID (found at the top of your acceptance letter and in a series of emails you received).
  • A credit or debit card to pay your new student enrollment fee.

Where to Start

  1. Visit your admissions status page.
  2. Select view update to view your decision letter.
  3. Select the “Next Step: Complete Your Enrollment” button.
  4. Complete the “Confirm Your Enrollment” form.
  5. Pay the enrollment fee in the Payment Due section on your admissions status page.

Confirm

What You Should Know

  • Complete your online form and submit your enrollment fee.
  • Once we receive your enrollment fee, you’ll begin to receive more information from various offices about orientation and getting your classes.

Questions?

Office of Admissions
admissions@ewu.edu
509.359.2397

2

Set Your NetID Password & Email

What You’ll Need

  • Your eight-digit verification code (found at the top of your acceptance letter and in a series of emails you received).
  • Your personal information, including the name used on your admissions application (usually your full legal name) and your date of birth.

Where to Start

  1. Visit ewu.edu/accounts.
  2. Click the “Activate Account” button.
  3. Follow the posted directions to activate your EWU account.

What You Should Know

  • When you’re done with this step, make sure to remember your NetID, email and password!
  • Your username/NetID is the first part of your EWU email. Your full email address will be username@ewu.edu.
  • All official university communication is sent to your EWU email account. Check it regularly.

Questions?

EWU HelpDesk
helpdesk@ewu.edu
509.359.2247
ewu.edu/helpdesk

3

Complete Your Financial Aid

What You’ll Need

  • Additional information may be requested after filing your FAFSA (or WASFA). Watch your EWU email for next steps.
  • Once your aid file is completed and reviewed, you will be sent an offer via email an US mail. You’ll be directed to inside.ewu.edu to review details and accept your offer.

Where to Start

  1. Visit ewu.edu/acceptaid for step-by-step instructions to accept your aid.

What You Should Know

  • Financial aid awards generally arrive in early March.
  • Respond quickly to finalize your offer.
  • After 30 days, your offer may become inactive or canceled.
  • If you missed the Feb. 1 deadline for financial aid, you still have options. Visit ewu.edu/financialaid to learn more.

Questions?

Financial Aid and Scholarship Office
finaid@ewu.edu
509.359.2314
ewu.edu/financialaid

4

Apply for Campus Housing

What You’ll Need

  • Your NetID and password (see Step 2).
  • A credit or debit card to pay your non-refundable housing application fee.

Where to Start

4.1. Visit ewu.edu/housing.
4.2. Click “Apply” in the listed links.

What You Should Know

  • The application process is run entirely through Housing & Residential Life. All the information you need appears on their website.

Questions?

Housing & Residential Life
housing@ewu.edu
509.359.2451
ewu.edu/housing

5

Learn About New Student Orientation

What You’ll Need

  • Confirmation that you’re attending EWU (see step 1).
  • Your EWU email (see Step 2).
  • Your NetID and password (see Step 2).

Where to Start

  1. Check your personal and EWU email for your instructions for the Online Orientation and invitation to EWU’s New Student Orientation.
  2. Visit ewu.edu/orientation for information and updates about our orientation programs.

What You Should Know

  • All incoming students are expected to complete the Online Orientation and participate in the New Student Orientation.
  • The orientation process is run entirely through New Student Transitions & Family Programming. All the information you need appears on their website.

Questions?

New Student Transitions & Family Programming
orientation@ewu.edu
509.359.6843
ewu.edu/orientation

6

How to Get Your Classes

What You’ll Need

  • Step 1 and Step 2 have to be complete!
  • Your NetID (found at the top of your acceptance letter).
  • Your EWU email.
  • Time to schedule an appointment (Zoom and phone appointments available).
  • Your unofficial transcript(s).
  • Your Math Placement scores: inside.ewu.edu/newstudentadvising.

Where to Start

  1. Check your EWU email in early spring for your academic advising instructions.
  2. Visit inside.ewu.edu/advising for complete information about academic advising.

What You Should Know

  • The advising process is run entirely through the Center for Academic Advising & Retention. All the information you need appears on their website.

Questions?

Center for Academic Advising & Retention
advising@ewu.edu
509.359.2345
ewu.edu/advising

7

Submit Your Final, Official Transcripts

What You’ll Need

  • Final, official transcripts from any colleges and the last high school you attended.
    • Make sure your official high school transcript has your graduation date on it.

Where to Start

  1. Mail final official transcripts to the Office of Admissions:
    Eastern Washington University
    Office of Admissions
    304 Sutton Hall
    333 Eagle Ln
    Cheney, WA 99004

What You Should Know

  • EWU uses your final, official transcripts to evaluate your maximum available financial aid or give you credit for the classes you’ve taken.
  • Your final, official transcript should have your graduation date on it.
    • For transfer students, send us your official transcript that includes your most recent credits.
  • You will not receive applicable college credit for any AP and IB courses until EWU receives your official test scores.
  • If you don’t submit final, official transcripts, you can’t register for classes.

Questions?

Office of Admissions
admissions@ewu.edu
509.359.2397

8

Submit Your Immunization Records

What You’ll Need

  • Your EWU email (see step 2).
  • MMR documentation that you can upload to a website.

Where to Start

8.1. Visit ewu.edu/medproctor.
8.2. Click “New Users – Register”.

What You Should Know

  • All students are required to show verification of measles, mumps and rubella (MMR) immunity. If you don’t provide verification, you won’t be able to register for winter classes.
  • You can find information about requirements, exceptions, and policies at ewu.edu/immunizations.

Questions?

Office of Admissions
admissions@ewu.edu
509.359.2397