Alive University offers an orientation program for students to meet advisors and register for academic classes. Everett Alive is an orientation for new students orientation is a critical component in successfully transitioning to WSU, and is mandatory for all incoming students enrolled on the WSU Everett campus.
Alive orientation is the last chance to register for classes. If an enrolled student does not attend an orientation program, he or she will not be able to register for the semester. The registration will take place at alive.wsu.edu.
Requiring all new students (freshman and transfer) to attend an orientation program provides Washington State University. It is an opportunity to share with students the university’s mission, goals, values, and academic expectations; discuss academic policies, procedures, and programs; review costs, in terms of both dollars and personal commitment, and expose you to valuable resources and campus support services.
Eligibility for ALIVE Orientation: Before an aspirant register for ALIVE orientation, aspirant should have accepted the offer of admission and paid the $200 advance tuition deposit. This is a different fee than the mandatory $250 matriculation fee for Orientation programs. In case one has any questions about your admission status, may call at helpline number 1-888-GO-TO-WSU (1-888-468-6978).
ALIVE Registration: In order to register, aspirants have to visit the website login.wsu.edu. Thereafter, they have to enter the required login details like Username and Password. Upon successful sign-in, enrolled students can register for the orientation. It should be noted that ALIVE Spring 2022 and Summer 2022 registration will open in November.
New students have to register for the orientation, complete placement exams. In addition to that, they have to apply for campus housing and submit their photograph, cougar card, immunization record, and final transcript. Also need to check the financial aid status, if any.
About Alive: ALIVE is WSU's required orientation program where students meet with an advisor and register for the classes. It's an opportunity to explore campus, see residence halls, meet new friends, and experience campus life.