Washington State Residency for Tuition Paying PurposesWashington State Residency for Tuition Paying PurposesResidency Information Washington state residency is initially determined during the admissions process for Washington State University based on information that you submitted in your application. If you were determined to be a Non-Resident, you can apply for Residency through the Registrar's Office (for Undergraduate and Professional students), or through the Graduate School (for Graduate students). Looking to establish residency for next year? See our information on Establishing Residency in the Future. How Do I Apply? Read our Residency General Information page plus the information posted for each category of residency: Financially Dependent Student Financially Independent Student Military/Civil Service Student Native American Student Affidavit of Residency Where Is The Application? The appropriate application forms are located on the page for each category of residency. There are two forms. Choose the appropriate category above for details. Residency Questionnaire: The application. Residency Checklist: A tool to help you assemble the correct documents. A complete application includes: Residency Questionnaire Residency Checklist Requested documentation Note: Additional documentation may be requested after we review your application. See our Application Tips for more information. When Do I Apply? Applications may be submitted up to 60 days before the start of the semester that you desire residency. If you apply earlier, documents must be valid through the first day of that semester. What Is The Last Day To Apply? Completed applications are due to the appropriate office by the 30th day of classes for the semester you are seeking residency. See the WSU Academic calendar if these dates are not updated. Fall 2019 Spring 2020 September 17, 2019 February 11, 2020 Where Do I Apply? Undergraduate, Vet Med & Pharmacy Students firstname.lastname@example.org, (509) 335‑5346 Office of the Registrar French Administration Building, Room 346Washington State UniversityPullman, WA 99164‑1035 Mailing Address:Office of the RegistrarWashington State UniversityPO Box 641035Pullman, WA 99164‑1035 Graduate Students email@example.com, (509) 335‑6424 The Graduate School French Administration Building, Room 324Washington State UniversityPullman, WA 99164‑1030 Mailing Address:The Graduate SchoolWashington State UniversityPO Box 641030Pullman, WA 99164‑1030 State of Washington Residency Requirements Residency is determined at the time of formal admission to the university on the basis of information included in the university application for admission. Residency policies are set by the State of Washington (RCW 28B.15) and applied uniformly throughout Washington’s public colleges and universities. Students who do not establish residency will be assessed out of state tuition. Students seeking a change in residence classification must file a Residence Questionnaire and evidence of Washington domicile with the University. Residency is determined by several factors in addition to physical presence in the state of Washington and is based on documentary evidence submitted.