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WSU Group Visits
Our group visit registration form is under construction. If you are interested in a group visit at WSU, please contact Syndi Jacobson at or 509-335-6215.

Enjoy a day of university life

Exceptional programs, faculty, and facilities await you and your students at WSU.

  • Tour campus with current students and see WSU through their eyes.
  • Meet some of our world-class faculty and learn more about our 200+ field of study options.
  • Speak with admissions and financial aid staff to get information on scholarship opportunities,
    helpful resources, and admission requirements.
  • Talk with WSU students about why they chose to attend school in Pullman.
  • Enjoy lunch at one of our modern student dining centers.

For classes kindergarten through eighth grade contact the Brelsford Visitor Center or call 509-335-INFO (4636).

Group Tours Statement of Expectations

By requesting a group visit, you agree to the following conditions.

WSU will:

  • Deliver a world-class educational experience for you and your students.
  • Customize your visit to meet your schedule and reflect your students’ academic interests whenever possible.
  • Furnish an itinerary confirmation and a campus map via email at least one week in advance of your visit to campus.
  • Provide access to online registration for individual students in your group.

Group leaders are expected to:

  • Request campus tour dates at least three weeks in advance.
  • Confirm the number of students attending and your time of arrival one week prior to your visit. Costs associated with your visit (e.g. scheduled meals) will be based on this number.
  • Inform your WSU Visit Coordinator of any special needs at least two weeks prior to your visit.
  • Review the itinerary confirmation and map prior to the day of your visit.
  • Enable and encourage individual students to complete their online registration.
  • Supervise your students during your visit. Our student tour guides rely on you to ensure your students are respectful, attentive, and responsible during their time on campus. A minimum of one chaperone for every 20 students is required for high school age groups.
  • Arrive on time for your visit; even a 15 minute delay can disrupt your planned activities. Check-in time will be listed on your itinerary confirmation. Be sure to allow enough time for unexpected travel stops, parking your vehicle(s), and walking to the check-in location.
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