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At WSU Pullman, you can do anything. Explore academic offerings across 95 majors, 86 minors, and more than 100 in-major specializations.
If you’re a high-achieving student who likes to take on a challenge, you could be a candidate for our Honors College. Offering smaller, discussion-based classes with a global focus, Honors College students grow to serve their community and the world through their studies at WSU. You can major in any field and still graduate in four years.
Have you dreamed about visiting all the continents around the world? Join the ranks of WSU students who have taken part in over 500 study abroad opportunities across all 7 continents, providing amazing adventures, cultural immersion and academic credit.
As a Tier 1 research university, WSU faculty and students spearhead groundbreaking research. You can also be a contributor to this work. Study links between bats and viruses, develop sustainable biofuel from tree branches, or create innovative products like the Cosmic Crisp® apple.
Our faculty-mentored research experiences are available to students in all majors—not just sciences. There are opportunities year-round, at every level and interest. How will you change the world?
Do you have dreams of improving lives in the medical field, being the CEO of a Fortune 500 company or saving kittens? WSU has professional degrees that can get you there, no matter your passion. These programs are specially designed to prepare students to work in a particular field, such as pharmacy or veterinary medicine.
On average, nearly half of undergraduates donate over 85,000 community service hours each year.
Studies show that living on campus improves student success. That’s why we require all first-year Pullman students to live on campus for one year.*
You have your choice of living options to fit your lifestyle.
Our 20 residence halls range from gender-inclusive to coed, rooms with private bathrooms, and single or double occupancy rooms, just to name a few. And you can walk from your residence hall to nearly any class, activity or event in minutes.
WSU also offers nine apartment buildings with one, two or three-bedroom apartments, as well as family or graduate student buildings.
Just like our residence halls, WSU apartments are within walking or biking distance to classrooms across campus. In addition, all students receive free public transportation with complimentary Coug bikes and Pullman Transit serving both on- and off-campus routes.
WSU’s Greek system is made up of 60+ Greek letter organizations with nearly 5,500 members. Ranging from men’s and women’s social chapters to professional and multicultural organizations, our students come together to celebrate culture and support our campus community. Learn more about going Greek at gogreek.wsu.edu.
Located in the hills of Eastern Washington, Pullman is easier to access than you may think:
At WSU, we believe cost should never prevent a student from attending our University. During the 2019-20 school year, WSU offered more than $170 million in scholarships, grants, awards and waivers to undergraduate students. With hundreds of scholarships available from both WSU and other organizations across the country, becoming a Coug is closer than you think.
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