Health, clean energy, food production, economic opportunity, security—
advances made by WSU scientists raise quality of life worldwide.
Research and development expenditures
(National Science Foundation)
TOTAL EXPENDITURES FOR THE WSU SYSTEM, FY 2018
Education that spurs action
Majors for undergraduates
Generous financial support
WSU delivers $380 million in
financial aid and scholarships for undergraduate students. (2017)
Graduate and professional programs
Top students from 96 countries target critical national and global problems, mentored by professors who are leaders in their fields.
Professional degree programs in medicine and pharmacy are offered at the WSU Spokane Health Sciences campus.
study abroad programs
in over 48 countries
Opportunities on all 7 continents deliver priceless lessons about culture, communication, and the common good.
WSU students in front of the Matterhorn in Zermatt, Switzerland.
Helping Washington and the world
Each year thousands of WSU students serve the greater good as
volunteers, leaders in student organizations, peer tutors, and stellar role models.
81,323 hours of civic engagement
Diverse student population
From across America and around the world
48 states represented
1,910 international students from 106 countries
top 32 universities nationally for policies supportive of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer students ( Campus Pride Index, 2019)
Fun and academically supportive on-campus living
Huge choice of activities
Fostering scholarly achievement
Low ratio of students to instructional faculty
Small undergraduate classes
79% have fewer than 50 students
Advancing knowledge in hundreds of disciplines
28 million+ items accessible through a library consortium
Terrell Library Dome
Unstoppable school spirit
WSU PULLMAN ALUMNI WORLDWIDE (2019)
An alumni association that’s 35,000 members strong
System that serves citizens statewide and worldwide
Statewide enrollment at campuses and online*
Pullman 20,976 students
Online (Global Campus) 3,265
Total enrollment 31,607*
*2019 headcount enrollment reporting is based on the federal Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS) definition, which excludes students enrolled exclusively in Education Abroad (E_A 300 class), Cooperative Agreement, and for audit only.