The Professors at WSU are thorough in their teaching but sometimes lack the patience for slower students. The curriculum while tough is also very educational and I have found it to be rather enjoyable.
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This school has potential but continues to lower it's standards by allowing on campus bars, lowering it's acceptance requirements, not cracking down on alcohol and crimes, and putting way too much money into the football facilities. This school is a huge party school and really big into the Greek thing. Football seems to be major priority which has cost a lot of campus space and caused some important recreational facilities to be torn down.» Read More
WSU is a pride packed, unexpectable ride through college. There isn't any way to easily describe all that it entails in it's diverse campus. Though far from any large or major city, a determined person will always find fun and enjoyment in Pullman as long as they will put in the effort. While not given the same prestigious stereotypes as some schools like our rival huskies, cougs look out for each other as best as they can and are proud of their skills. The stereotypes against it do it an injustice as it is no different in it's shortcomings than any other school. It is a great place to go for both academics and friendships.» Read More
A very beautiful campus with pretty much everything you need that will be necessary. The faculty/staff are very friendly and are inclined to help you to the best of their abilities. Academics are top notch and I feel like I'm learning a lot.» Read More
Great attention from the Professors when you need them they are available and knowledgeable. Papers are graded in a timely manner and the grade earned is explained in detailed and understandable terms. When there is an issue, one can ask questions or voice their concern and are taken serious and when the issue is settled it is always a fair decision and one that makes sense; further more, if the student is right, that is reflected as well.» Read More
Vancouver campus is small enough to get personal attention, but with connections to the main campus one has all of the advantages of a regular campus. Responsive professors who care and foster the student as a person. A very comfortable campus for non-traditional students.» Read More