Registration is open for Cougar Quest, a week-long summer camp for middle and high school students. Cougar Quest provides a strong, educational foundation for students entering grades 7-12, by giving them access to workshops with themes in the environmental sciences, culinary arts, agricultural science, fashion design, and many more. Interactive activities and the use of top-of-the-line technology and techniques allow students to experience an amazing week of learning.

Cougar Quest campers attend academic workshops taught by WSU professors, live in a residence hall, and experience life as a college student. In addition, Cougar Quest is a great way for students to build relationships with other college-bound students as they take part in several social and recreational activities. Throughout the week, participants will be accompanied by camp counselors who are current WSU students.

Cougar Quest takes place July 19-24, 2015 for students entering grades 7-9 and July 26-31, 2015 for students entering grades 9-12.  Interested students should register soon since space is limited to 25 students each week, and registration will close as soon as capacity is reached.