A classic college-town experience
Our oldest (founded 1890) and largest campus (19,114 students, fall 2021), WSU Pullman features a beautiful, state-of-the-art campus, more than 200 undergraduate, graduate, and professional programs, Pac-12 sports, leading research programs, and a student experience offering nearly unlimited opportunities.
The campus is located about 75 miles south of Spokane, among the rolling hills of southeastern Washington known as the Palouse. WSU Pullman combines small-town friendliness with all the benefits of a major research university.
WSU Pullman is a hub for most of the university’s student organizations, including its athletic teams, as well as galleries, performance venues, and museums dedicated to art, anthropology, zoology, and other topics. The Pullman campus is largely residential; 46 percent of students live in residence halls, university-owned apartments, or fraternity and sorority houses.
Major new facilities include a digital classroom building, multiple plant sciences facilities, a multicultural center, a veterinary and biomedical research building, and the PACCAR Environmental Technology Building.
Home to the health sciences
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.
More than 1,600 undergraduate, professional, medical, and graduate students pursue degrees at the 48-acre campus, which also offers graduate degree programs in education, as well as credential programs for K-12 educators interested in professional advancement.
WSU Spokane is home to several modern facilities including the Pharmaceutical and Biomedical Sciences building, which houses the latest in health science laboratories and classroom technology. The campus, which also houses programs offered by Eastern Washington University, is just across the Spokane River from Gonzaga University in an area known as the University District, or U-District.
Nestled on 200 acres 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 undergraduate and graduate degree programs.
With an emphasis on energy, the environment, and agriculture, the campus delivers career-connected learning and innovative research that addresses economic and social challenges.
The Ste. Michelle Wine Estates WSU Wine Science Center opened on campus in 2016. The facility—one of the most technologically advanced wine science centers in the world—represents the thriving partnership between the Pacific Northwest wine industry and WSU.
The campus also is home to the Bioproducts, Sciences, and Engineering Laboratory, built in partnership with nearby Pacific Northwest National Laboratory. In addition, WSU Tri- Cities serves as a clinical campus for the Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine.
Our WSU Vancouver campus, located on 351 scenic acres 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.
Students enjoy 35 affordable, high-quality undergraduate and graduate degree programs, accessible faculty, and hands-on research opportunities.
As the only four-year research university in southwest Washington, WSU Vancouver helps drive economic growth through relationships with regional businesses and industries, schools, and nonprofit organizations. Areas of research focus include sustainable water, brain health, and smart devices. WSU Vancouver also serves as a clinical campus for the Elson. S. Floyd College of Medicine.
Real-world experience, small class sizes
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.
Among the programs offered: data analytics, engineering, hospitality business management, and integrated strategic communication. The campus also serves as a clinical campus for the Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine.
WSU Everett is located in a four-story facility along the downtown Everett waterfront that opened in 2017. The campus enrolls about 250 students.
WSU GLOBAL CAMPUS
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—several of which have earned national recognition—in fields such as accounting, human development, integrated strategic communications, and criminal justice.
WSU Global Campus has been bringing the university’s world-class faculty and academic programs to students since 1992, using cutting-edge technologies to bring courses to life in an online format.
In addition to online degrees, WSU Global Campus offers a range of non-credit continuing education programs, such as seminars, workshops, conferences, trade expositions, and online certificates.