Complete with a rich cultural scene, historic neighborhoods, urban appeal, and easy access to four-season outdoor recreation, Spokane supplies a high quality of life.

The WSU Spokane campus, which lies at the heart of a developing University District, houses programs of both WSU Spokane and Eastern Washington University and enjoys a premier location along the Spokane River.

The Local Scene

Downtown Spokane features an eclectic array of buildings and services—from historic gems such as the luxurious Davenport Hotel and the art deco Fox Theater to the 100-acre Riverfront Park complex—that create an urban experience at once charming and exciting.

Here you can take in live performances of rock, rap, reggae, and beyond at the Knitting Factory or relish the artistry of the Spokane Symphony. Intimate downtown venues showcase rising local musicians, while live theater and art galleries abound.

As a regional medical center, Spokane boasts excellent health care providers. The school systems are noticed for their high quality, and Expansion Management Magazine recently named Spokane Public Schools second in the nation among top small metro areas. Local neighborhoods contain a variety of housing options, from downtown lofts to historic homes and affordable apartments.

With everything it has right in town, Spokane is also within an easy drive of Seattle, Portland, British Columbia, and the scenic playgrounds of north Idaho and western Montana.

Near Nature, Near Perfect

Spokane serves as the perfect jumping-off point for first-class recreation among the region's many lakes and rivers, national forests, ski resorts, and trails.

The Spokane River, located in the heart of the city and described as “the best kept urban secret in the United States today,” runs right beside our campus. Bordering the river is the Centennial Trail, which supplies miles of trail for walking, bicycling, and blading; just west of the downtown core is a developing whitewater park.

The fun doesn't stop at the river's edge. Eight golf courses in the county and another six within an easy drive make Spokane a golfer's dream. The city annually hosts Hoopfest, the largest 3-on-3 street basketball tournament in the U.S., and Bloomsday, one of America's largest timed road races. From climbing walls to laser tag to cycling clubs, Spokane has outlets for your energy.

Is there a better place to live?  Not according to RelocateAmerica. Spokane placed among its Top 100 Places to Live for 2010, as well as being named on NBC's Today Show as one of the Five Most Affordable Cities in America.


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From I-90

  • Take the Hamilton St Exit (Exit 282 from eastbound I-90; exit 282A from westbound I-90).
  • At the traffic light, turn left onto E Spokane Falls Boulevard.
  • Just after the bridge across the Spokane River, make a right onto N Riverpoint Boulevard, which runs through campus.


Health Sciences Preview


Friday, Oct. 2, 2015 | 1:15-4:00 p.m.

South Campus Facility Court, 412 E Spokane Falls Blvd., Spokane, WA


Counselor RSVP

We welcome you to join us at WSU Spokane for Health Sciences Preview. This visitation program is designed for future students interested in the health sciences, and gives an overview of the many opportunities available to you on this campus.  If you are interested in pursuing a career in Pharmacy, Nursing, Speech and Hearing Sciences, Nutrition and Exercise Physiology, Medical Sciences and beyond, this event is for you.


1:15-1:45    Check In

1:15-1:45    Academic Fair

1:45-2:00    Welcome

2:15-3:15    Academic Showcases


Nurses for Tomorrow

Description: Students will have an opportunity to view and interact with SimMan 3G, a Human Patient Simulator who looks and acts like a human patient. They will be able to listen to heart and lung sounds using a stethoscope and feel for pulses. They will learn how a Patient Simulator is used in healthcare education and how our BSN nursing students take care of him in patient scenarios.

Capacity: 20

Nutrition and Exercise Physiology

Helping People Stay Well

Description: Dietitians serve their clients in many ways, and one is teaching them how to make healthy food. Exercise physiologists help their clients stay healthy by prescribing exercise and teaching exercise techniques. Would you like to see dietitians and exercise physiologists in action? If so, please join our sessions in which our faculty and graduate students will show you some of the skills that they use in helping their clients, and give you an opportunity to practice these skills. You may decide that these careers, for which we provide dual training in our undergraduate program, are a good fit for your interests.

Capacity: 40


It Is More Than Counting Pills

Description: Have you ever wondered what a pharmacist does behind the counter? Do you want to know what a career as a pharmacist will look like in the future? If so, please join us for an interactive session where you will learn what a clinical pharmacist is. You will experience how student pharmacists are taught to interact with patients and be exposed to basic clinical skills that a pharmacist is trained to use. You will have an opportunity to practice these skills and see if a future as clinical pharmacist is right for you.

Capacity: 60

Speech and Hearing Sciences

Protecting Your Melon: Traumatic Brain Injury and Speech Language Pathology

Description: “Future Cougs” will have the opportunity to learn about the professions of speech-language pathology and audiology by exploring how the brain works and learning what we do to rehabilitate individuals with brain injuries. Participants will also have the opportunity to meet with current Speech and Hearing Sciences students, participate in a traumatic brain injury demonstration using watermelons and hold real human brain!

Capacity: 40

 3:30-4:00    Admissions Presentation and Q&A


Free, on-street parking is available for one hour. This area is enforced all hours by the City of Spokane; avoid getting a ticket by making certain to not go over the allotted time.

If you know that you might exceed the one-hour time limit;

parking meters are available in Green 2 and 3 ($1.00/hour up to 5 hours)

or if you would like to park in  Yellow #1 ( North of Innovate Washington) or yellow #2 lot ( the Yellow lot that is south of Spokane Falls Blvd.) we have a pay and display machine that you can put money in and receive a ticket to place on your dash ($1.00 an hour or $2.50 all day).

Daily parking passes are available in the parking office.Parking  office is located in room 314 of the South Campus Facilities building (behind the Bookie; use the west entrance).

Questions? Call 509-368-6999.

Motorist Assistance Program

Parking and Transportation Services exists to serve you and to get you where you need to be. In addition to providing parking facilities, our friendly staff provides the following services (on campus) at no charge:

  • Excellent directions around campus.
  • Aid in changing a flat tire.
  • Jumper cables and assistance in starting a vehicle.

Call 509-368-6999 to request assistance. After 6:30 p.m., call security at 509-358-7995.


WSU Spokane
Phone: 509-358-7500

Mailing Address:
PO Box 1495
Spokane, WA 99210-1495

Shipping Address:
412 E Spokane Falls Blvd,
Spokane, WA 99202