Welcome to the Faculty/Staff resource page! We look forward to working with you to help our Early College students succeed. If you have any questions or concerns that are not addressed here, please contact the Early College advisors.
Please encourage any student interested in taking WSU courses on campus or online before high school graduation to attend an Early College information session. This is the required first step to the Early College application process.
Admitted Early College students need to submit an Informed Consent Agreement with at least a signature on the first section prior to being admitted into Early College. This form authorizes and allows Early College students to participate in WSU activities and receive WSU services. The other two sections on the form are optional but if signed could grant them access to the Counseling and Psychological Services Center and/or the Student Health Center. Please contact the Early College advisors with any questions or concerns about an Early College student participating in a WSU activity.
Early College students participate in the same courses as other WSU students. If Early College students or parents/guardians have objections to course content that cannot be resolved with the instructor, please refer them to the Early College Advisors to discuss course cancel/withdrawal options.
Parent/Guardian Requests for Student Information
Early College students attending WSU through Early College are protected by the Family Education Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA). Contact the Registrar's Office for more information on parental rights relating to FERPA.
Early College Admission Requirements
WSU Early College Academic Scholarships for Public, Private, and Charter High School Students
WSU Early College Academic Scholarships for Home-schooled Students
Early College Syllabus