More about the center

More about the INTO Washington State University Center

Learning in a foreign language can be challenging. That is why our Pathway and English language programs have been designed to give you the tools you need to succeed at an American university. Feel confident in knowing that we have helped thousands of international students improve their writing, speaking and research skills so they could pursue their academic goals.

INTO Washington State University’s Pathway and English language programs lead to more than 230 degree programs, many of which have been honored nationally or internationally for excellence.

Helping you transition to the US

Your INTO Washington State University Pathway program has been designed to help you successfully transition into studying at an American university. How do we help? Our experienced teachers and student services team provide you with support in and out of the classroom. Whether you need English language assistance or have a question about where to eat, our knowledgeable staff are here for you.

Learning facilities

Everything you need, all in one place

The INTO WSU Center is located close to residence halls, sport venues, restaurants and shopping. Enjoy the convenience of campus amenities while you get extra support from INTO WSU.

Learning Resource Center (LRC)

We’ve created a learning environment that inspires you, supports your goals and sets you on the right path to pursue your degree.

The learning center is your study hub. Our staff offer one-on-one help with academic advising, English, writing and math. You can find a quiet space in the study lounge or use a computer in the computer lab to finish an assignment. Find everything you need to excel in your academics.

University facilities

As an INTO student, you'll also have access to the University's range of fantastic facilities:

  • Dining Options - There's a wide variety of food and drink options right next to the INTO WSU Center

Student life at Washington State University

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