Select the textbook links above for a direct link the WSU Bookie page for each campus. Select your campus at the top of the page near the “Bookstore” tab.
Washington State University also offers many off-campus or site-based courses.
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Sections in gray are full/closed. Click on section number to see full details of a course. Arranged under Bldg & Room indicates a classroom is not assigned. Please contact the department for more information.
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Sections displayed in gray are full. Sometimes a section that is full may be cross-listed with another section. Cross-listed sections fulfill the same requirements, so taking the cross-listed section may be an alternative worth considering.
We use the term "Closed Section" to describe a section that is full. It may be possible to enroll in a closed section with the instructor's permission. "Cancelled Sections" are no longer offered and thus enrolling in a cancelled section is not possible.
The information provided by this web site is updated hourly every weekday.
This page provides a link to, and an explanation of, the Class Absence Request form.
Any student who is required to participate in off-campus, university-sponsored activities such as field trips, musical performances, judging teams, intercollegiate athletic events, etc. should obtain an official Class Absence Request Form from the faculty of staff member supervising the off-campus activity. The form must contain specific information concerning the activity and date, be signed by the supervising faculty or staff member, and be submitted by the student, at least one week in advance, to the individual instructors of the student's classes. It is requested that students not be penalized for absence from class provided a properly signed Class Absence Request Form has been filed with the instructor prior to the absence. In all instances, it is the students' responsibility to make up all work missed. Problem cases should follow the Academic Complaint Procedures, Rule 104.
This page lists and explains the notes shown on the left-most column of the section list.
The data below is based on Census snapshots typically taken the second friday after the term.ADVISORY:
Archive data is based on Census snapshots typically taken the second Friday of the term and is available through 2012 on most campuses. Beginning Fall 2020, similar data is available in OBIEE withinmyWSU.
Do note that you will need to use Firefox and have pop-up blockers disabled to use OBIEE. Usability, functionality, reporting, and process are significantly different within myWSU/OBIEE.
Questions with OBIEE and myWSU: Crimson Service Desk (firstname.lastname@example.org).
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