Submitting your enrollment deposit is the next step to becoming a Whitworth student. The deposit guarantees your spot in the freshman class and also gives you the opportunity for priority consideration in housing and class registration. If you decide later to attend another school, your enrollment deposit is refundable until May 1.
U.S. Freshmen: Your $350 deposit can be paid electronically and will be credited toward your housing and tuition expenses when you come to campus.
I am an incoming freshman and I would like to submit my deposit now
U.S. Transfer Students: Your $350 deposit can be paid electronically and will be credited toward your housing and tuition expenses when you come to campus.
I am a transfer student and I would like to submit my deposit now
International Frehmen & Transfer Students: Your $5,000 deposit can be paid electronically and will be credited toward your tuition expenses when you come to campus.
I am an international student and I would like instructions for how to pay my deposit
We're sure you're eager to come to campus in September, meet your roommate, make some new friends, and jump into college life. You don't have to wait 'til you get here to start connecting with your classmates. If you have a Facebook account, you can join the Whitworth 2020 group.
In honor of Whitworth's 125th anniversary this year, we made these short videos (125 seconds, actually) of Whitworth professors sharing what they love about their academic disciplines and how they explore them with students.
How to Access Your Whitworth Accounts
After you submit your enrollment deposit, you will receive instructions on how to access your Whitworth email account. Information about financial aid, housing, class registration and other important processes will be sent to your Whitworth email account, so please check it regularly.
Check back regularly for updates and current information. If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact your admissions counselor: www.whitworth.edu/admissionscounselors.
If you have not yet visited campus, schedule your visit now. There is no better way to discover if Whitworth is the right place for you than to experience it for yourself. We have a variety of ways to visit, from daily tours to overnight visit programs. Your visit will provide an opportunity for you to sit in on a class, spend a night in one of our residence halls, mingle with current Whitworth students, eat in our dining hall, learn about the financial aid process, and engage in campus life.
The financial aid office staff welcomes you to Whitworth. We look forward to assisting you in the process of receiving financial aid. The following is a timeline that includes links to online processes. View the timeline here.
If you have questions related to your financial aid letter, loans, or need-based financial aid, your financial aid counselor is here to help! You can reach the financial aid front desk at 509.777.4340, or toll free by calling 800.533.4668 and selecting option 2 for financial aid.
Whitworth University offers a one-of-a-kind on-campus living experience. From larger, multi-level residence halls to smaller, quieter halls, we offer a "home away from home" for every type of student. And with 10 different living options, students have plenty of choices. The only hard part is narrowing it down to just one or two great residence halls.
Incoming students at Whitworth University are required to complete several health forms for the Whitworth University Health & Counseling Center. The forms include:
- Health History
- Immunization History
- Tuberculosis Self-Screening
- Medical/Surgical Authorization (only for students under 18 years of age at time of entry to Whitworth)
Keeping the campus community healthy is a priority. Therefore certain immunizations are required. For required immunizations, please see www.whitworth.edu/health&counselingcenter/immunization.htm.
For all new, transfer and re-admitted students who enter Whitworth in the fall semester, the requirements for immunization must be completed by Oct. 15 to allow the student to participate in pre-registration for the next semester.
For all new, transfer and re-admitted students who enter Whitworth in the spring semester, the requirements for immunization must be completed by March 15 to allow the student to participate in pre-registration for the next semester.
All submitted information in the above forms remains confidential. Please complete and submit the forms in their entirety along with any additional documents by Aug. 20.
Thank you from the Whitworth University Health & Counseling Center!
Now that you've been admitted, it's time to plan your finances. Welcome to the Whitworth Office of Student Accounting Services. More...
For students starting Fall 2016, you will register for fall classes via a phone appointment with an academic advisor who will assist you in selecting your classes for the fall. Admissions counselors will begin calling confirmed students (freshman and transfers) to schedule this appointment for late May or early June. Watch for a phone call from an admissions counselor during the second week of May.
To prepare for your registration appointment, please use the Fall 2016 Freshman Registration Guide as a resource. It will be a useful tool, so please read the document thoroughly before your phone appointment.
If you are a transfer student, please prepare for your appointment by reviewing the Fall 2016 Transfer Registration Guide.
The Whitworth Office of Alumni & Parent Relations, in cooperation with the Whitworth Office of Admissions, invites incoming students and their families to join us at a summer dessert reception hosted by current parents or parents of recent graduates. Nearly 400 incoming Whitworth students and their parents were hosted at 23 receptions across the Western U.S. this past summer.