Washington State University
Washington State University Bursar

The Bursar’s Office remains OPEN to serve WSU system-wide, with the following modifications:

During the COVID-19 Pandemic, and until further notice, the Bursar’s Office will follow CDC, Washington DOH and Governor Inslee’s directives regarding social distancing, alternative work locations and teleworking.  There will be limited staffing on site in our physical offices, with any on-site business being conducted with strict adherence to social distancing practices. Our services will be open Monday – Friday between 8:00 am and 5:00 pm as long as WSU continues to operate. Please contact us via email or by phone as we will be checking them continuously during business hours. Bursar cashiering staff will be available only to departments with the exception of 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm for lunch. Our doors will be locked and only one department will be allowed in at a time. We are requesting that all students work with us through email or phone. Visit https://bursar.wsu.edu/contact-us/ for our contact information. Please visit the website for further resources/FAQ’s related to COVID-19 and mandatory fees or other related questions: https://wsu.edu/covid-19/.

We are committed to continuing operations and customer service. However, the COVID-19 Pandemic is an evolving situation. Please be patient. We are in this together!
 

Spring 2021 late start and Due Dates:  Due to the last minute decision to have 2 different start dates for the Spring 2021 term, we have decided to allow all payments to be due on Jan 19, 2021.  Although the system still has a due date of January 11, 2021 – Spring 21 balances are not due until Jan 19, 2021.  All Late Fee assessments will follow the January 19, 2021 due date.

As the Bursar’s office, we provide accurate, timely, and concise student account information for students, parents, departments/colleges and external agencies. Student receivables, general receivables, cashiering, student loans and collections all fall under our office.

This information is applicable to Pullman Campus students. To view data that may be more appropriate to your regional campus click on links offered:

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