This allows individuals to sign in to myWSU and view a student’s official WSU records, including financial account balances, financial aid, class schedules, grades and much more.
This is done by going to my.WSU.edu > Profile > Third Party Access to set up a WSU friend ID. This allows you to view your student’s account balance, financial aid information, and grades—depending on what options they select for you.
From the student homepage, select the Manage Classes tile. This will open to your weekly schedule calendar. Log in to your myWSU student account. Select the ‘Homepage’ tab. Click the ‘Main Menu’ square in the bottom left of your homepage. Select ‘Main Menu’ > ‘Self Service’ > ‘WSU Optional Services’. Under ‘Optional Services’ select ‘Term’.
How to set up your WSU email account: Go to the website office365.wsu.edu. Login on the WSU Sign In Page with your Network ID and Password (same as myWSU Login) On the Office 365 Landing Page, click the ‘Mail’ Icon
Register to learn about WSU and take a guided or self-guided campus tour!
Coming to campus is exciting! Here are a few ways you can be familiar with campus to support them on this part of their adventure.
If you would like to connect with your student’s personal admission counselor, just reach out!
In order to log-in to your student’s third party account, you will need to log into MyWSU and sign in with your third party account credentials. If you do not have third party account credentials, please click here to access step-by-step instructions on how to complete Third Party Access setup.
Students can choose to share their university information with their parents, guardians or other third party through “Third Party Access.” This allows individuals to sign in to myWSU and view a student’s official WSU records, including financial account balances, financial aid, class schedules, grades and much more.
Third party access can be a huge time saver. Once this access has been granted to an individual he/she can:
Third Party Access requires steps by both the student and individual seeking access. Please click here to watch step by step instructions on how to complete Third Party Access setup.
Third Party Access expires five years after it was granted or it can be removed by the student at anytime.
Third Party Access can be removed by the student at anytime. Please click here to watch step by step instructions on how to remove Third Party Access once it has been granted.
The Access Center is pleased and excited to work with you to make your student's transition to higher education as smooth as possible.
Because of The Family Educational Rights Privacy Act (FERPA), your experience as a parent or guardian will be different from the K-12 system. At the high school level, the relationship was between the school district and the parents; at the college level, the relationship is between the college and the student.
Notice: The Access Center staff is currently working remotely. For the time being, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and we will respond via email as quickly as possible. Our staff is currently conducting meetings via Zoom.
Federal direct loans — If you have any questions about your Parent PLUS credit decision (denial of credit, loan amounts, etc.), call the federal Student Loan Support Center toll-free at 1-800-557-7394.
A parent borrower who is denied a Direct Parent PLUS Loan because of adverse credit information has certain rights and options. A parent may take the following actions to see if the loan may still be approved: Appeal the credit decision: Appeal directly to Federal Direct Loan (FDL) Program.
Parent PLUS loan amounts will vary widely. You parent can borrow as much as they like as long as they are not exceeding your total cost of attendance. To figure out how much to borrow, follow this equation: Total annual cost of attendance — Other aid awarded = $ parent is allowed to borrow.