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August 15-23, 2015

A week long event filled with opportunities to become a part of campus, get involved, meet other Cougs, and have fun before classes start. The complete WOW 2015 schedule will be available in early June. Please check back for more information.

Your ‘to-do’ list

Before week of welcome

  1. Download the Week of Welcome WSU Guidebook App (android, apple)
  2. Schedule your move-in time
  3. Register for CougSync
  4. Sign up for Week of Welcome events on CougSync in August

Highlights

Academic Foundations

Learn how to stay engaged in your classes and where to find help on campus.

Convocation

Join the rest of the new students for your official welcome to the WSU community.

Move-in day

Let us help you move into your residence hall and make your first day on campus stress-free.

the social scene

Check out these Week of Welcome snapshots from real WSU students.

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Essential Programming

All incoming students are required to complete the following workshops and activites during the Week of Welcome. Students living in the residence halls will be assigned workshop times when they check into their residence hall. All other students need to sign up on their own using the links below. Student who do not complete these sessions will have a hold placed on their account preventing them from registering for classes for future semesters.

Booze, sex and reality checks

Learn more about making good decisions and where to go if you need support. Two requirements for incoming First Year and Transfer students (under the age of 21) during WOW:

  • In person Booze, Sex, & Reality Checks workshop
  • Personalized feedback survey on alcohol use (E-CHUG)

Visit adcaps.wsu.edu/realitychecks for more information.

Green dot workshop

Help us prevent violence on campus by learning how to recognize and respond to high-risk situations. Required for all new students (post-baccalaureates, part-time, and non-degree seeking students excluded).

  • The Green Dot workshop during Week of Welcome will introduce the basic elements of the program – recognizing and responding to situations that could be high risk for violence.

Visit hws.wsu.edu/WOWgreendot for more information.

Support your coug

Know someone who will be joining the Coug family soon? Transitioning to university life can be hard and having support from friends and family can be crucial to a student’s success. Learn how to best support them with this handy tool kit.

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