Washington State University

Pullman, WA

Washington State University

Pullman, WA

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The WSU Difference

As one of America’s leading public research institutions, Washington State University offers eager minds access to life-changing opportunities. Students benefit from an outstanding education that’s affordable and has an exceptionally high return on investment.

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 a worldwide alumni network will support your transition from classroom to career. 

For 130 years, WSU has championed the greater good. Its research targets critical national and global challenges, including resource sustainability, human and animal health, opportunity and equity, smart systems, and national security. The Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine trains physicians to serve Washington communities where they’re needed most.

WSU locations make degree programs accessible to all. Campuses in Pullman, Spokane, the Tri-Cities, Vancouver, Everett, and the Global Campus for online programs enroll undergraduate, graduate, and professional students from every state and 118 countries.

If you apply by the designated date and are among the top 10% of your high school class or have at least a 3.5 cumulative GPA, you’re assured admission. For priority dates and deadlines for admission, financial aid, and scholarship applications, please visit admission.wsu.edu.



Pullman ranked in the top 10 on “America's Best College Towns” lists | Sunset magazine, MSN, Livability.com, and Demographics Daily


Ranked #5 for “Best Counseling Services” | The Princeton Review, 2020


Ranked among the top 30 schools for “Campus Safety” | National Council of Home Safety and Security

Resources and support at WSU

At Washington State University, you’ll find thoughtful guidance and a community of support. Staff members are dedicated to assisting you with your academic success, degree completion, and career planning.

Multicultural student organizations form strong partnerships and connections through social and cultural exploration, intra- and inter-group relations, meetings, program planning, and educational initiatives. Our Academic Enrichment Center provides support networks that address cultural and social concerns as well as several helpful services and workshops that can enhance your coursework. Among these resources are enrichment programs, a computer lab, tutors in several subjects, and a variety of workshops.

WSU Quick Facts
• 32% of new freshmen are the first in their families to go to college
• 33% of students are multicultural
• 16:1 student-faculty ratio

An Inside Look

What students are saying about us...

  • “WSU really helped me build myself as a person. It gave me the access to meet so many beautiful people, and I built a lot of amazing friendships and professional relationships.”

    • Diana Baldovinos
  • “Going to college exposed me to the different careers people can pursue. At WSU, I was really able to find myself and what I wanted to do.”

    • Yoni Rodriguez
  • “I loved the support WSU offers to students to get the education they need and have a great postgrad life.”

    • Kelly Ngigi
  • “I went on a visit and saw the family atmosphere, the college town, and how much of a community Pullman is. It was something I wanted to be a part of. I wouldn’t have chosen anywhere else.”

    • Justus Rogers