Important Dates & Deadlines

  • March 1 – Annual Reviews are due! Please contact your adviser to meet during the spring semester.
  • March 12-16 – Spring break
  • April 27 – Last day of instruction
  • April 30 – May 4 – Final exams

Curious about your graduate degree deadlines? Visit the WSU Graduate School website to stay on track of all the requirements for your master’s or doctoral degree.

Clinical Placements

Deadlines to ensure contracts are in place:

  • Summer 2018 placements – before spring break
  • Fall 2018 placements – May 1, 2018
  • Spring 2019 placements – September 1, 2018


College of Nursing Scholarship Application

Don’t forget!!!  The WSU College of Nursing scholarship application portal will close on Friday, February 23, 2018 at midnight. Don’t miss this opportunity to apply for a fall 2018 scholarship! Visit the Scholarships page on the website for a link to the College of Nursing scholarship application for Fall 2018 funding. For questions, please contact Deborah Blake, Assistant Director of Development & Alumni Relations.

IENA Scholarship

Each spring the Inland Empire Nurses Association offers $1,000 scholarships to nursing students. For more info, please visit the IENA website. 

Questions? Please contact: JoAnn Kaiser 509-328-8288 or

Jobs & Opportunities

Are you looking for opportunities to provide care in rural or under-served areas?
There are many positions, some of which offer loan repayment!

  1. 3 RNet is a national nonprofit network of members committed to matching healthcare professionals with rural and underserved jobs. The webpage provides you will job listings across the U.S. for ARNPs, RNs, and all medical fields. A quick search of nurse practitioner and family medicine yielded 201 matching opportunities. This site is free, although registration if required. Information is located at:
  2. There are also many clinical sites that offer loan forgiveness (among them CHAS and YVFW). The National Health Service Corps seeks primary care, nurse practitioners, and behavioral and mental health to provide culturally competent, interdisciplinary primary health care services to underserved populations located in selected Health Professional Shortage Areas. Information is located at:
  3. The National Health Service Corp is a federal program that also awards scholarships to students in primary care health professions training leading to: A postgraduate degree or postgraduate certificate from a school or program in nurse-midwifery education, education, or nurse practitioner (NP) education specializing in, family medicine, geriatrics, psychiatric-mental health, and other specialties. In return, scholars commit to providing primary care health services in underserved communities. Information is available at:

Occupational Health Internship Program
Gain Hands-On Experience with Workplace Safety and Health Issues
Internship Dates: June 18 – August 17, 2018
Deadline to Apply: Friday, February 16, 2018
Paid Summer Internship Opportunity flyer

APP Oncology Fellowship
Application Packet – Due no later than February 23, 2018

CHAS Health Nurse Practitioner Residency Program in Spokane
CHAS is accepting applications for its Nurse Practitioner Residency Program, in anticipation of hiring three residents to begin in September. For more information on the program, visit the CHAS Health website.

Post graduate PMHNP Residency opportunity
Thundermist Health Center in Rhode Island Thun is offering a post graduate PMHNP residency program and they are now accepting applications. Applications are due March 15, 2018. Visit their website for more information.

Post Graduate Training Program Opportunity
The Yakima Valley Farm Workers Clinic has had a post-graduate training program since 2014. They have a total of five NP residents, two in our Salem clinic and three in our Yakima clinic. The 12-month residency has three precepted clinic components with experienced providers. This provides constant mentorship and guidance throughout the year as well as web-based weekly didactics. Attached is a flyer for your reference. Application deadline is March 26, 2018. » Download Information flyer

If you have questions, please call

Yurika Lopez
HR Program Coordinator
Yakima Valley Farm Workers Clinic
Tel: 509-865-6175 ext. 3944

Graduate Passport

Keeping your passport current is mandatory regardless of what classes you are taking.  Prior to the beginning of each semester, log on to the E*Value database, go to “Other Tasks”, then to “Personal Records Requirements” and update any expired requirement. Please do not delete the expired documentation, just add your new documentation. Also, check your expiration date column and update requirements that are about to expire or schedule the update and add to your calendar with other program obligations.

It is your responsibility to keep your graduate passport current throughout enrollment, without prompts from faculty or staff.

IMPORTANT: Allowing a passport item to expire could result in a registration hold, a delay or cessation of your rotation until the item is updated and documented, not being able to count clinical hours accrued during the time when a passport item is expired, and/or Notice of Unsatisfactory Performance (NUP).

Please be aware that some clinical sites may have additional requirements above and beyond the clinical passport. Students will need to complete these additional requirements in order to do a rotation at these sites.

WSU Graduate Passport forms, links and instructions are found on the WSU website: