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Inspiring
Creativity

WSU’s Greg Yasinitsky and his colleagues impart a spirit of collaboration and artistic excellence to the next generation of great musicians.

The drink that built a nation

Bubbling a revolution in Washington State

Still searching for Amelia

A Mount Vernon high school teacher gets pulled into one of the greatest mysteries of the twentieth century

Inspiring
Self-Sacrifice

Rachel Ellenwood hasn’t followed a traditional path to earning a bachelor’s degree. But thanks to helping hands and her own inner fire, she’s soaring toward her dream.

From the ground up

From the beginning of sustainable agriculture research, to the nation’s first organic major, a vision for the future of food unfolds

Inspiring
Exploration

From the highways of Earth to the seas of Titan, WSU Ph.D. student Ian Richardson is on a quest to improve the state of our planet and push the boundaries of space.

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Undergraduate fields of study

Business to organic agriculture. Communication to neuroscience. Courses taught by renowned professors. Learn why nearly a quarter-million students in the past 125 years have pursued future success by earning a WSU degree.

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  • $380 millionScholarships, grants, work study, and loans awarded to undergraduates, 2013-14
  • 70%Percentage of undergraduates that receive financial aid
  • $20,248Average amount of annual undergraduate financial aid award

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