Washington State University, Pullman

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Washington State University conducts transformational research and provides world-class education to more than 26,000 undergraduate, graduate, and professional students. Founded in 1890 in Pullman, it is Washington’s original land-grant university.
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  • I loved the beautiful green gardens of the campus grounds. The art work in many places adds to the beauty. Brown brick buildings blend in nicely and provide a colourful contrast to the greenery. Every...  more »
  • Visited with my son who is an associate professor there. Impressive buildings with all sports venues on campus. The campus was very clean and the university shops well stocked with university logo goo...  more »
  • WSU prepared my daughter well, she recently graduated from the rigorous vet med program and we are so proud! I will miss our visits to Pullman. It is like another world here - everyone is super friend...  more »
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  • Won't always accept credits on the DTA, even though its approved by both institutions. Watch your tuition & fees. They will add on additional fees to pay for things you don't even use. Poor management of funds would describe this school. Rather than update old classrooms, they will build and buy $30k sleeping pods or cultural buildings for millions. They overspent so much on their athletic program that their poor decisions are trickling over to the wallets of students and facility. Definitely look elsewhere if you're specific degree program isn't ranked among the best in the nation at this school.
  • Yes it costs money but all colleges do. The real difference is WSU is worth it!!!!!!!!! I spent my four years there and had the time of my life. The education was excellent for the most part and as usual there are some nutty professors. The friends and connections you make in Pullman will last you a lifetime. On campus housing great if you want the social life. If you want peace and quiet find find an old farm house outside of town, I had an old house with 40 acres back in the 90’s for $400 per month, god I miss that place. Go Cougs!!!!!!!
  • School doesn't care about anything but money. Try for 4 weeks to get a hold of someone in accounts receivable to get my charges on a payment plan, no one ever answers, left multiple voicemails never hear anything back. Im just trying to pay my bill and there is seemingly no way I can get in contact with anyone in the office. Tried to call main info line to try and see if I could actually get transferred to anyone in the department, woman on help line extremely rude and difficult, raised her voice at me twice over a minute long call. I don't live in Pullman anymore and there is no way I can "walk in" to the office. Employees are lazy, have no customer service skills, and have no idea what they're talking about. Throughout my time at this school there was a never ending stream of misinformation and neglect toward individual students. So called 'representatives' from the dean of students have repeatedly not answered emails when they say they will when you're face to face. Terrible experience with administration. Will not be attending any of their campuses again even though I live within miles of a satellite campus. I would rather go anywhere else than deal with Washington State University ever again.
  • My son academically enjoyed a lot at WSU Pullman. Good experience in toto as he found ample opportunities and excellent Academic career path as Engineering in Mechanical , Computer Science and Maths.
  • I came here for a school tour with my fellow high school classmates. It is a nice campus. However to get to the gym, it is a long walk up the hill.
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