Washington State University
Washington State University is a public research university committed to its land-grant heritage and tradition of service to society. Since 1890, it has inspired the next generation of problem solvers. Honouring its land-grant mission, WSU strengthens communities across Washington. Each year thousands of university students serve their communities as volunteers, leaders in student organizations, peer tutors, and powerful role models.
WSU offers 95 undergraduate majors, 86 minors, and more than 100 in-major specializations. There are nearly 150 graduate and professional degree programs. Research opportunities, fieldwork, internships, and in-depth labs inspire students to explore topics with passion and purpose. Study abroad programs in 70 countries deliver priceless lessons about culture, communication, and the common good.
The University offers bachelor’s degrees in five different locations across the state of Washington. While every location offers the same high standard of education, each has its own unique academic focus and student experience. WSU Pullman is the University’s first and largest campus. It offers the widest range of degree programs and research opportunities plus the amazing experience of living on campus in one of America’s finest college towns.
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