Registration Checklist

Current WWU students registered spring quarter 2017 on the Bellingham campus

Use Web4U registration system May 2-5 by appointment, or May 8- June 26 during open registration. Web4U registration ends at midnight on Monday, June 26, 2017.

Includes the following students:

  • Undergraduate
  • Post-Baccalaureate
  • Graduate
  • Post-Graduate

Does not include non-matriculated students registered spring quarter - see Visiting Students below.

Note: if you are a student in a Master’s or Post-Master’s program and are unable to register online, do not complete the Summer Registration Application form. Contact the Graduate School for assistance (360) 650-3170.

Visiting Students

(May or may not be registered spring quarter 2017 on the Bellingham campus)

Non-matriculated students

Current High School students

  • PDF icon Summer Session 2017 Application
  • Provide measles immunization requirement documentation or the Summer Only Measles Waiver form;
  • Provide letter of recommendation from school principal or counselor;
  • Provide letter of permission from parent or guardian;
  • Upon notification of WWU identification number and registration clearance, use the Web4U online registration system via myWestern May 8 through midnight on June 26.

International students

(Non--U.S. citizen or non-U.S. permanent resident.)

Before applying, contact International Student & Scholar Services for eligibility and documentation information - Richard Bruce at or (360) 650-6517.

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