Founded in 1890, Washington State University is Washington’s first land-grant university. Forbes ranks the school as #67 in Public Colleges. WSU has satellite campuses all throughout washington, as well as an internet-based “Global Campus.” This public research university is responsible for several crossbred fruits such as the Rainier cherry and the Cosmic Crisp. Top majors for undergraduates are Psychology, Nursing, and Social Sciences.
WSU is more than meets the wheat fields in that it is diverse and full of great opportunities on campus and within the town. Known for being friendly, people in Pullman will welcome you whether or not you are a student or they are a faculty member of WSU. Depending on your major, course work can get very challenging but WSU has a great network of organizations and faculty groups to support you in whatever you want to acheive.
Demi from Franklin, MA
WSU has become my home away from home. The people are great and you truly feel like you're part of a family (I recommend going to the football games if you don't feel this way). The only bad part is the cold weather, so be prepared!