• Fall First-Year Student Registration Day

    At this half-day event, you will learn more about your future academic plans, meet with academic advisors, take a college placement test, and review your first semester classes. Attendance at a Student Registration Day is mandatory for all new students. Lunch is included on our Registration Days that are paired with Parent Orientation.

    Parking is available next to the Sullivan Academic Center, in Lot D, near the campus’ South Entrance. Visit the directions and campus map pages to plan your visit. 

    Prepare for Student Registration Day
    You should complete the following steps to take full advantage of Student Registration Day.

    If you do not attend a Registration Day before Orientation in June, you will have your first semester schedule created by an academic advisor in the Academic Success Center. You will still be required to take a placement test at a later time. It is important to attend a Registration Day in order to have the most input into your course schedule. 

    Parents, please separately sign up to attend Parent Orientation at the Parent Orientation page.

  • Step 1: Sign Up for a Registration Day
    Students may register for only one event.


    After registering students should complete the remaining steps to take full advantage of Student Registration Day.

    Step 2: Placement Testing

    New students may take Accuplacer tests to determine math, writing, and reading placement at WSU. It is important to understand that the results of these tests will help shape your first semester. 

    Watch this quick video to introduce yourself to Accuplacer and learn about the role it plays in your academic success:

    You also should review for the Accuplacer in the following ways:

    Any other questions can be directed to our testing coordinator at

    Note: Many first-year students take the Accuplacer at their high school. If you are one of these incoming students, we encourage you to contact your guidance counselor to access the results of this test. You can fax scores to the Academic Success Center prior to your Registration Day via 508-929-8147. 

    Step 3: Learn about Becoming a New Student at WSU
    Click on the following button to access information about your major and course requirements, how to look up classes, and submit a preferred first semester schedule:

    Reg Ready Form
    Step 4: Sign Up for Orientation

    Now that you have completed the registration process, remember to sign up for a new student orientation session.

    First-Year Orientation Information