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Student support

The INTO WSU Advantage

From your first day on campus you will join a supportive network of individuals who are committed to helping you achieve academic and personal success. Our goal is to help you integrate with ease into American university life.

The INTO Washington State University Pathway and English language programs are designed to help you improve your academic and English language skills. We back that up with support services like free tutoring, academic advising, orientation activities, test preparation classes and wellness support.

Unrivalled support services

At WSU, you'll find many different types of support services to help you reach your goals. For 12 years running, U.S. News and World Report has included the WSU’s Writing In the Disciplines program—which helps students in all majors develop necessary writing skills—in its list of the top 20 university programs to look for.

Need more help? Visit one of our Student Centers. These learning communities promote understanding and appreciation for cultural and ethnic diversity. At each center, you can find academic support and build strong, lasting friendships. Want a comfortable place to relax? Head to the International Center. Here you can find other international students socializing or studying in the lounge area. The Academic Enrichment Center helps students improve academic performance. The Academic Success and Career Center as well as the Math Learning Center provide career guidance or tutoring services for a variety of subjects.

Experiences outside the classroom

No matter if you have academic or personal needs, help is never far away. There is always someone available 24 hours a day to answer questions and ease any concerns you have about being in a new place.

It’s not all work and no fun at WSU. For off-campus adventures, INTO WSU plans social events throughout the year. Explore the beautiful Palouse region and the state of Washington while making new American and international friends. Need to get around town? A car is not essential. WSU students use Pullman’s excellent public transit system free of charge, and our bike-sharing program makes it easier to for you to get to where you want to go.

Alysid Fernandes, Neuroscience
"Everyone has a place at WSU. Just walk in and you will be embraced. My first couple of weeks here I got sick, but my neighbors were so welcoming and warm. One of the girls on my floor got me an orange juice just to make me feel better. That was the best, most touching moment." Alysid Fernandes, Neuroscience Dubai, UAE