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Washington State University

—a top research university dedicated to improving lives—unlocks possibilities for students and serves the public good.

  • 6 campuses
  • 11 academic colleges
  • Extension offices in all 39 Washington counties
  • 4 research and extension centers

Pullman
Our oldest (founded 1890) and largest campus (19,114 students, fall 2021), WSU Pullman features a beautiful, state-of-the-art campus, and more than 200 undergraduate, graduate, and professional programs.
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Spokane
Located in downtown Spokane, Washington’s second-largest city, our health sciences campus is focused on preparing the state’s future generations of physicians, nurses, pharmacists, and other health professionals.
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Tri-Cities
With an emphasis on energy, the environment, and agriculture, the WSU Tri-Cities delivers career-connected learning and innovative research that addresses economic and social challenges.
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Vancouver
Located in the dynamic Vancouver/Portland metro area, this campus is known for its close-knit student community and real world research opportunities.
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Everett
Located about 30 miles north of Seattle, WSU Everett offers junior- and senior-level courses in high-demand bachelor’s degree programs designed to prepare students to compete globally.
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Global
In addition to our brick-and-mortar campuses, WSU Global Campus serves more than 4,000 students worldwide through online undergraduate, graduate, and certificate programs.
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What’s Happening At WSU

The WSU Difference

31% students who are first in their family to attend college

WSU students get the tools they need to find untapped strengths, with hundreds of majors and degree programs, research opportunities, fieldwork, internships, and study abroad programs

Health, clean energy, food production, economic
opportunity, security—research advances made
by WSU scientists raise quality of life worldwide.

$345 million annual research funding, fy 2019

66,558 hours civic engagement by 5,741 WSU student volunteers (2019-20)

WSU boosts Washington state’s economy by billions of dollars a year. Plus, WSU researchers create jobs when they bring their innovations to market.

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