Washington State University1815 Wilson Rd, Pullman, United States
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About Washington State University
Pullman, Washington is a city located in the southeast portion of the state and it's also where you'll find Washington State University. Home to nearly 30,000 students and mascot Butch T. Cougar, this is a top-tier research university. Founded in 1890 as Washington's original land-grant university, WSU houses 11 colleges that include 95 majors, over 80 minors, and 100+ in-major specializations.
Students and faculty members dive deep into research projects at WSU' in fact, research and development expenditures totalled nearly $335 million in 2016. With a low student-to-faculty ratio of 15:1, there are plenty of opportunities for hands-on learning here. If you're looking to earn a quality degree with flexibility, WSU has options for you too! The university offers 12 undergraduate degree programs and 11 graduate degree programs' completely online.
Looking to get out of the country? Students can choose from one of over 600 study abroad programs in over 70 countries around the world. From Argentina and China, to England and Lithuania, the world is truly your oyster. The campus itself is a diverse world of its own and has been ranked among the top 18 universities nationally for policies supportive of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender students.
- Psychology192 Documents
- Political Science186 Documents
- Geology54 Documents
- Accounting55 Documents
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