The WSU Difference
Washington State University Everett provides industry-aligned undergraduate programs with an interdisciplinary focus in the Puget Sound to prepare transfer students to compete globally from the local economy.
WSU currently offers five high-demand science- and engineering-based bachelor's degrees in Everett, Washington, bringing WSU’s world-class academics and research to you in small class sizes that provide hands-on, project-based opportunities. Faculty from programs in Everett report directly to WSU leadership to ensure the same quality of delivery for students.
Fulfill your general education requirements by taking two years of courses at any community college, then finish your degree by transferring to WSU Everett for your junior and senior years. You’ll learn from WSU professors in Everett and take online courses through WSU’s nationally ranked Global Campus. Or you can dual-enroll at both a community college and WSU Everett to save money and access WSU advising right out of high school. You can save $10,000 or more by living at home, or you can live in student housing in partnership with our local community college.
When you graduate, you’ll have all the advantages of a Washington State University degree—the same degree offered at any WSU campus, just earned closer to home.