What’s happening at WSU Pullman?
Boeing establishes new student success center
The Boeing Company to establish a new student success center in the Voiland College of Engineering and Architecture on WSU’s Pullman campus.
Area’s first ADA accessible garden
School of Design and Construction students helped to design and build one of the first fully accessible garden plots in the Inland Northwest.
Bringing virtual reality to laparoscopic surgery
Veterinary surgeons training for laparoscopic surgeries could soon be able to perfect their skills in a virtual reality simulation before ever performing the procedures on live patients.
WSU Pullman Snapshot
students who are first in their family to attend college
WSU Pullman students get the tools they need to find untapped strengths, with hundreds of majors and degree programs, research opportunities, fieldwork, internships, and study abroad programs.
annual research expenditures across the WSU system (FY 2020)
Health, clean energy, food production, economic opportunity, security—research advances made by WSU scientists raise quality of life worldwide.
WSU Pullman boosts Washington state’s economy by billions of dollars a year. Plus, WSU researchers create jobs when they bring their innovations to market.
of WSU students received some form of financial aid in 2020-2021
intramural and club sports
civic engagement by 5,741 WSU student volunteers systemwide (2019-20)