Establishing Washington State Residency during your first year can help you save on tuition during your subsequent year(s) as a CWU graduate student.
The Office of Admissions provides information on establishing residency, including the following documents:
The Primate Behavior and Resource Management graduate programs have been accepted into the Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education's (WICHE) Western Regional Graduate Program (WRGP). Under this program, out-of-state students entering these masters programs from certain western states are eligible for in-state tuition rates, with no need to demonstrate financial need.
If you are entering the Primate Behavior or Resource Management programs from any of the states listed below, please contact the Grad Office before you apply.
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