Washington State University is a public institution that was started in 1890. It has a undergraduate enrollment of 26,062, its environment is rural, and the campus size is 1,742 acres. It uses a semester-based academic year. Its in-state tuition/fees are $12,170; out-of-state tuition/fees are $27,113
The main campus of Washington State University is situated in Pullman, though there are also regional locations throughout the state in Spokane and the Tri-Cities, as well as in Vancouver. The school has a sizeable Greek community that recruits about 20 percent of the student population. In addition to fraternities and sororities, there are about 300 other student clubs and organizations to check out. The school’s sports teams, including the Washington State University football squad, participate in the NCAA Division I Pac-12 Conference. Freshmen must live on campus, unless they’re older than 20 or are married. learners with children or who are enrolled in graduate school may apply to live in university-owned apartments.
The university is committed to research, and there are opportunities for learners to get involved in projects as undergraduates. Washington State also offers a wide variety of graduate school options, including degree programs through the College of Business, the College of Engineering and the College of Education. Notable alumni of Washington State University include broadcast journalist Edward R. Murrow and “Far Side” cartoonist Gary Larson.