Washington State University

Pullman, WA

Washington State University

Pullman, WA

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Reshape your world at WSU

Washington State University is a public research university dedicated to improving lives by serving the public good. For more than 130 years, we have strived to unlock possibilities by empowering students, faculty, and others to create a world where all people can thrive.

In that spirit, our community welcomes scholars from around the globe and prioritizes equitable opportunities for all.

As a student at WSU, you’ll explore your interests with guidance from nationally recognized faculty. Strong academic programs ensure graduates become top picks for employers in every sector: high tech, health care, news media, energy, finance, and more. And our worldwide alumni network will support your transition from classroom to career.

With more than 200 fields of study, it’s easy for students like you to find a degree that fits your career goals and interests. Our graduates also benefit from an outstanding education that’s affordable and has a high return on investment.

We have campuses in Pullman, Spokane, the Tri-Cities, Vancouver, Everett, and the Global Campus for online programs, plus Extension offices in all 39 Washington counties and 4 research centers throughout the state.

For priority dates and deadlines for admission, financial aid, and scholarship applications, please visit admission.wsu.edu.



A "Best Value College" | Princeton Review, 2022


#10 among public US universities for student internships | The Princeton Review, 2023


#14 of the Top 20 best alumni networks for public schools | The Princeton Review, 2023


A top producer of Fulbright US Scholars | The Chronicle of Higher Education, 2022


A First Scholars Institution | Center for First-Generation Student Success, 2022


Top 40 “Best of the Best” LGBTQ-friendly colleges and universities | Campus Pride Index, 2022


#6 for student support and counseling services | The Princeton Review, 2023

WSU At A Glance

Founded in 1890 as Washington’s first land-grant university and now one of America’s leading public research institutions, WSU is known for its friendly, spirited environment; its highly motivated student body; a worldwide alumni network that supports graduates transitioning from classroom to career; and research that targets critical national and global challenges.

An Inside Look

What students are saying about us...

  • “There are so many opportunities for growth at WSU that the choice was obvious for me. Also, the small-town feel is unmatched.”

    • Brooke Munyon, Class of 2024
      Kinesiology and Psychology, Chattaroy, Washington
  • “I knew I needed to be somewhere that had a good community and felt secure to me, being so far away from home, and I found that with WSU.”

    • Jakiyah Johnson, Class of 2026
      Biology and Criminology, Dallas, Texas
  • “My sister is also a Coug, and since we have a 10-year difference between us, I essentially grew up as a Coug. WSU always had a piece of my heart, and Pullman is my second home. I love the culture and environment here.”

    • Akash Rathnayaka, Class of 2026
      Electrical Engineering, Bellevue, Washington
  • “Pullman and WSU were the perfect blend of a big college feel but also a small, unique community, which was exactly what I was looking for.”

    • Estela Navarro, Class of 2023
      Economics, Wenatchee, Washington
  • “I chose WSU for the community environment. There is so much love and support for Cougs everywhere, even after you graduate.”

    • Madelyne Vigus, Class of 2023
      Marketing, Monroe, Washington
  • “WSU has provided me with so many resources and opportunities, I feel very prepared for life after college. Plus, I love that I get a “Go Cougs” anywhere I am in the world if I’m wearing my Coug gear.”

    • Emily Kophs, Class of 2023
      Microbiology, Vancouver, Washington