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With five campuses, you can choose to study almost anywhere in the state of Washington after you complete your Pathway or English language program.
Pursue your health sciences goals at WSU Spokane. Focus on STEM disciplines when you finish your degree at WSU Tri-Cities. Complete your bachelor’s degree in engineering, communications or hospitality on WSU Everett’s campus. Or, have big-school resources in a small-school environment when you attend WSU Vancouver.
Once you complete your Pathway at the Pullman location you will have the option of finishing your degree in Pullman or choosing from any of the 4 other campuses including:
Vancouver: An urban campus combines a small college feel with the resources of an internationally-respected university. WSU Vancouver offers big-school resources in a small-school environment. The scenic campus is conveniently located and has close proximity to downtown Portland, shopping, and PDX International Airport. The Portland area includes a diverse population and major US emploters like Nike and Intel. Seattle is accessible by train, or a three-hour drive, while either Mt. Hood or the Pacific Coast are less than two hours away.
Spokane: This location offers degree programs that focus on health science and medical education.
Tri-Cities: A campus ideal for students in pursuit of a STEM degree. WSU Tri-Cities emphasizes the polytechnic learning-while-doing approach to educating students while focusing on the STEM disciplines (science, technology, engineering and math), business, and professional schools within the liberal arts and social sciences disciplines.
Everett: The Puget Sound campus offers bachelor's degree completion programs through the Everett University Center. WSU Everett offers bachelor’s degree completion programs. WSU’s programs in Everett focus on fields that are in high demand in nearby Seattle and the North Puget Sound area like Electrical Engineering, Hospitality Business Management and Data Analytics. STEM students can benefit from local major companies like Boeing, which maintains their largest manufacturing facility in Everett.