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APPENDIX 2: CAMPUS PROFILES

WSU Everett

WSU Everett is student- and community-centered, bringing industry-aligned undergraduate programs with an interdisciplinary focus to the North Puget Sound region to prepare students to compete globally in the local economy. The campus offers junior- and senior-level courses in seven high-demand bachelor’s degree programs, including data analytics, engineering, hospitality business management, and integrated strategic communication. It also serves as a clinical campus for the Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine based in Spokane. WSU Everett is located in a four-story facility constructed along the waterfront in downtown Everett that opened in 2017. The campus enrolls nearly 300 students.

Student Profile, Fall 2019

  • Total enrollment: 283
    • Undergraduate: 283
  • Students of color: 34.6%
  • International: 5.7%
  • Women: 27.9%
  • First generation: 41.7%

WSU Everett Current Strategic Plan

(https://everett.wsu.edu/wsu-everett-strategic-plan/)

 

WSU Global Campus

In addition to serving students through its brick-and-mortar campuses, the University also reaches out to the residents of Washington and beyond through the WSU Global Campus, which delivers degrees online, and professional education, which includes a range of non-credit continuing education programs, such as seminars, workshops, conferences, trade expositions, and online certificates. Several of these programs have earned national acclaim. The WSU Global Campus serves more than 3,000 students through its online offerings. With programs in fields including accounting, management, management information systems, economics, data analytics, criminal justice, human development, humanities, social sciences, integrated strategic communications, and psychology, students around the world have access to WSU’s world-class faculty and academic programs regardless of geography.

Student Profile, Fall 2019

  • Total enrollment: 3,265
    • Undergraduate: 2,126
    • Graduate: 1,139
  • Students of color: 29.2%
  • International: 5.2%
  • Women: 60.1%
  • First generation: 29.4%

WSU Global Campus Current Strategic Plan

(development of plan in process)

 

WSU Pullman

The Pullman campus is the oldest (founded 1890) and largest campus in the WSU system. Most of the system’s senior administrative team, including WSU’s president and provost, are based in Pullman. Enrollment totaled 20,976 students for the 2019 fall semester. About 1,500 faculty, supported by 1,600 graduate assistants and 2,900 administrators and staff, work on the Pullman campus. WSU Pullman offers studies in more than 200 undergraduate, graduate, and professional programs.

Due to significant investments from the state as well as private and federal support, outstanding new campus facilities have been constructed and others upgraded during the past decade. Major new facilities include a digital classroom building, multiple plant sciences facilities, a multicultural center, a veterinary and biomedical research building, and the PACCAR Environmental Technology Building.

WSU Pullman is a hub for most of the University’s student organizations, including its athletic teams, as well as galleries, performance venues, and museums dedicated to art, anthropology, zoology, and other topics. The Pullman campus is largely residential; 46 percent of students live in residence halls, University-owned apartments, or fraternity and sorority houses.

Student Profile, Fall 2019

  • Total enrollment: 20,976
    • Undergraduate: 18,346
    • Graduate: 2,173
    • Professional: 457
  • Students of color: 29.7%
  • International: 9.1%
  • Women: 50.5%
  • First generation: 31.0%

WSU Pullman Current Strategic Plan

(development of new plan to begin spring 2020)

 

WSU Health Sciences Spokane

Located about 75 miles north of Pullman, WSU Health Sciences Spokane is the University’s urban health sciences campus, which prepares the state’s future generations of physicians, nurses, pharmacists, and other health professionals. Nearly 1,700 undergraduate, professional, and graduate students pursue degrees at the 48-acre campus. WSU Health Sciences Spokane is home to several modern facilities including the Pharmaceutical and Biomedical Sciences building, which houses the latest in health science laboratories and classroom technology. The campus also houses programs offered by Eastern Washington University and is located just across the Spokane River from Gonzaga University. Fittingly, this area of Spokane is referred to as the University District, or U-District.

Student Profile, Fall 2019

  • Total enrollment: 1,685
    • Undergraduate: 534
    • Graduate: 325
    • Professional: 826
  • Students of color: 31.9%
  • International: 2.3%
  • Women: 71.6%
  • First generation: 30.4%

WSU Health Sciences Spokane Current Strategic Plan

(development of plan in process)

 

WSU Tri-Cities

WSU Tri-Cities is located on 200 acres along the banks of the Columbia River in the southeastern part of the state. The campus serves more than 1,800 students by offering 50-plus undergraduate and graduate degree programs, many of them in STEM-related disciplines. The Ste. Michelle Wine Estates WSU Wine Science Center opened on campus in 2016. The facility – one of the most technologically advanced wine science centers in the world – represents the thriving partnership between the Pacific Northwest wine industry and WSU. The campus also is home to the Bioproducts, Sciences, and Engineering Laboratory, built in partnership with nearby Pacific Northwest National Laboratory. In addition, WSU Tri-Cities serves as a clinical campus for the Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine.

Student Profile, Fall 2019

  • Total enrollment: 1,813
    • Undergraduate: 1,603
    • Graduate: 210
  • Students of color: 42.4%
  • International: 2.2%
  • Women: 56.1%
  • First generation: 41.8%

WSU Tri-Cities Current Strategic Plan

(https://tricities.wsu.edu/administration-and-leadership-at-wsu-tri-cities/campus-strategic-planning/)

 

WSU Vancouver

As the second largest campus in the WSU system, WSU Vancouver offers big-school resources in a small-school environment. Now enrolling more than 3,500 students, the WSU Vancouver provides affordable, high-quality baccalaureate- and graduate-level education to benefit the people and communities it serves. As the only four-year research university in Southwest Washington, WSU Vancouver helps drive economic growth through relationships with regional businesses and industries, schools, and nonprofit organizations. Areas of research focus include sustainable water, brain health, and smart devices. WSU Vancouver also serves as a clinical campus for the Elson. S. Floyd College of Medicine. Ninety-two percent of WSU Vancouver alumni remain in the region after graduation to live, work, and contribute to their communities.

Student Profile, Fall 2019

  • Total enrollment: 3,585
    • Undergraduate: 3,170
    • Graduate: 415
  • Students of color: 29.1%
  • International: 2.6%
  • Women: 54.4%
  • First generation: 43.4%

WSU Vancouver Current Strategic Plan

(https://www.vancouver.wsu.edu/strategic-plan)

 

WSU Extension

With locations throughout the state, WSU Extension is the front door to the University. Extension builds the capacity of individuals, organizations, businesses, and communities, empowering them to find solutions for local issues and to improve their quality of life. Extension collaborates with communities to create a culture of life-long learning and is recognized for its accessible, learner-centered, relevant, high-quality, unbiased educational programs. WSU Extension partners with businesses, communities, and volunteers to develop programs that drive innovation, invention, and technology transfer. Extension offers programs statewide that address a wide range of topics, including digital inclusion, food safety, horticulture, parenting, stormwater, and pest management. More than one million individuals participate in Extension-managed programs annually.

Extension Locations

Extension County Offices
  • One in each of the 39 counties in the state of Washington
Research and Extension Centers
  • Mount Vernon Northwestern Washington Research and Extension Center
  • Prosser Irrigated Agriculture Research and Extension Center
  • Puyallup Research and Extension Center
  • Wenatchee Tree Fruit Research and Extension Center
Additional Locations
  • Agricultural Weather Network (AWN)
  • Center for Environmental Research, Education, and Outreach (CEREO)
  • Center for Sustaining Ag and Natural Resources (CSANR)
  • Clean Plant Network
  • Colville Reservation
  • Composite Materials and Engineering Center
  • Division of Governmental Studies and Services (DGSS)
  • Food and Environmental Quality Lab
  • IMPACT Center in the School of Economic Sciences
  • International Research and Agricultural Development
  • Metropolitan Center for Applied Research and Extension
  • Water Research Center
  • William D. Ruckelshaus Center
  • Wine Science Center
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