Great things about WSU Spokane
WSU Spokane students—a diverse group of traditional students and working adults—engage in outstanding academic programs led by award-winning faculty. Our programs—which focus on health sciences, education, and social and policy sciences—create change in the Northwest, the United States, and the world.
Home to a world's fair and a two-billion dollar urban renaissance, downtown Spokane is rich with personality. It's not just that the Spokane River runs through a 100-acre park in the heart of the city—there are the skywalks, the eclectic architecture, the restaurants, and the galleries to consider. Not to mention the garbage-eating goat.
An urban laboratory
Central to WSU Spokane's mission is the incorporation of a university education with the real-world needs and advantages of a networked metropolis. Attending WSU Spokane means clinical rotations in major hospital, or teaching biotechnology workshops throughout the Inland Northwest.
Students at WSU Spokane work with faculty noted for their contributions to science, business, government, and culture, and join these experts on the vanguard of knowledge.
One of the first things you'll notice about the Riverpoint Campus is the architecture: new, sharp, and striking. But beauty goes below the surface here. WSU Spokane buildings house the latest in health science laboratories and classroom technology.
Lake Coeur d'Alene. Priest Lake. Glacier National Park. Olympic National Park. The Palouse. The Canadian Rockies. The Pacific Ocean. You wanted to play?
All this comes at a price—a reasonable one. Spokane itself boasts the rare combination of a high quality of life and a low cost of living. WSU Spokane finishes the deal by offering a world-class education at public university tuition rates.
PO Box 1495,
Spokane, WA 99210-1495
412 E Spokane Falls Blvd,
Spokane, WA 99202