Washington State University—Cougar Quest | Summer Programs

Washington State University—Cougar Quest


Cougar Quest comprises two programs: one for boys and girls entering grades 7-9 and another for those entering grades 9-12 (students entering grade 9 may attend either session). Pupils choose three workshops from a variety of subjects, all of which are taught by university faculty. Workshops incorporate interactive activities and new technologies whenever possible. Social and recreational activities complement academic work.

General Info

Name Washington State University—Cougar Quest
Location Pullman, WA
Year-round Contacts 509-335-1235
Program Focuses & Features Architecture, Astronomy, Badminton, Basketball, Communications, Cooking, Crafts, Drawing, Ecology, English, Environmental Science, Fashion, Filmmaking, Fine Arts, Forensic Science, Math, Painting, Photography, Science, Soccer, Swimming, Track, Veterinary Medicine, Volleyball, Writing/Journalism
Grade Range (rising grades) 7-12
Age Range Residential — Coed Ages 12-18
Application Deadline May
Director Linda Schoepflin, Director
Residential Fee $650, 1 week.
Year Established 2001
Dates & Sessions 2 sessions, 1 week long


Linda Schoepflin, Director