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Third Party Access

What is Third Party Access?

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. The student will need to set up the authorization online through myWSU and create a third party access account and authorization code (password) for each individual he/she wishes to grant access.

Benefits of Third Party Access

Third party access can be a huge time saver.  Once this access has been granted to an individual he/she can:

  • Login and review the information that the student has specified.
  • Pay bills online on behalf of the student.
  • View grades, financial aid and other information at anytime.

Third Party Access is required in order for a parent to apply for a Federal Parent PLUS loan.

How Do I Get Third Party Access?

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.

How Long Does The Access Last For?

Third Party Access expires five years after it was granted or it can be removed by the student at anytime.

How Do I Remove Third Party Access?

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.

 

 

Enterprise Systems Group

Contact

Send General Requests to enterprise.systems@wsu.edu