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4-H Enrollment & Forms

4-H Enrollment and Re-Enrollment Information

The 4-H year begins in October with enrollment open to new 4-H families throughout the year. Returning youth members and adult volunteers must update their information annually at the beginning of the 4-H year in October. To complete the enrollment process visit 4-H Online at

For assistance with the online enrollment process please refer to the helpful Enrollment Help Guides and videos available at

During the enrollment process you will have the option to pay the $30  member enrollment fee using your debit/credit card or you may choose to pay by check. If you select pay by card, please make sure that the system has an opportunity to refresh, so that the card payment method is selected.  If you select pay by check you must remit your check made payable to “WSU” to WSU King County 4-H Extension, 560 Naches Avenue SW, Suite 130, Renton, WA 98057. Please note that if paying by check your enrollment status will remain pending until payment is received. Once payment is received your enrollment status will be approved.

If you are a member of Amerigroup, they offer a coupon for 4-H member fees. Amerigroup Coupon Information 2023-24

If you have difficulty with the online enrollment process or have any questions regarding the payment process please contact Nancy at  (425) 738-0104 or

Adults who would like to enroll as a new volunteer must also complete the forms and steps as outlined in the Volunteer Application Packet


There is an annual Washington State 4-H youth member enrollment fee of $30. Financial assistance is available upon request – no child will be denied access to our programs due to the inability to pay.


WSU Extension programs, employment, and volunteer service are available to all without discrimination (See WSU Executive Policy #15). Concerns regarding potential discrimination may be reported through your local WSU Extension  office or directly to the WSU Compliance and Civil Rights (CCR) office, web:, email:, phone: 509-335-8288.

Persons with disabilities who require alternative means for communication of program information or other reasonable accommodation should contact Nancy Baskett at (425) 738-0104 or Alyssa Bowers at (425) 738-0110 or, at least two weeks prior to the event.