Reshape your world at WSU
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WSU student and WSU Extension volunteers, 2022
The oldest (founded 1890) and largest campus, WSU Pullman is in southeastern Washington. The flagship residential campus features beautiful grounds, state-of-the-art facilities, Pac-12 sports, leading research programs, and a student experience offering nearly unlimited opportunities.
Located in Washington’s second-largest city, WSU Spokane is home to the university’s urban health sciences campus, preparing the state’s future physicians, nurses, pharmacists, and other health professionals.
Nestled along the banks of the Columbia River in Richland, WSU Tri-Cities enrolls more than 1,500 students who can choose from among 50-plus academic programs, many of them in STEM-related disciplines.
WSU Vancouver, located in the Portland, Ore./Vancouver, Wash., metropolitan area, enrolls about 3,500 students who can select from a variety of academic programs, including popular majors such as business, computer science, and engineering.
Located about 30 miles from Seattle, WSU Everett—our newest campus—offers junior- and senior-level courses in high-demand fields including data analytics, engineering, and hospitality business management.
The Global Campus serves more than 4,000 students worldwide through convenient online academic programs in fields such as accounting, human development, and criminal justice. Several programs have received national recognition.
Cougs help Cougs—no matter the challenge—turn dreams into reality.
It’s one of the hallmarks of the WSU student experience. Welcome to a supportive community defined by a can-do mindset that values hard work and dogged determination.
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Students of color
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SERVING THE PUBLIC GOOD
WSU faculty are innovative, curious, experts in their field, and most of all—dedicated to the success of our students.
Whether they’re engaged in the classroom, the laboratory, or in communities across Washington, our faculty demonstrate their commitment to creating a brighter future day in and day out.
WSU students join faculty in giving back to people in the state, devoting thousands of volunteer hours to improve communities.
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National Academy members
Top 1% of world’s most-cited researchers
Washington counties (all) with a WSU Extension office
A Lifetime WSU CONNECTION
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Average mid-career salary for a WSU graduate with a bachelor's degree
Once a Coug, always a Coug.
It’s a time-honored WSU phrase that conveys the passion and spirit alumni feel toward their alma mater and the support Cougs provide each other wherever they may live and work. Our alumni apply their WSU education, hands-on learning experience, and finely honed critical thinking skills to advance the common good.