About WSU

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Statewide Impact

Thanks in part to WSU research Washington growers lead the nation in apple production' and Washington provides more than half of the fresh apples eaten in America.

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Statewide Impact

WSU research has helped propel our state into the top tier of the world's wheat producers

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Statewide Impact

The University's partnership with grape growers helped create a $3 billion a year premium wine grape industry

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Statewide Impact

WSU graduates have helped The Boeing Company rise to world leadership.

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Statewide Impact

Air Quality
WSU professors oversee a regional air-quality model called AIRPACT, tracking and predicting urban air pollution in the Pacific Northwest.

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Statewide Impact

70 percent of Washington educators who earn post-master’s superintendent certificates choose to study at WSU.

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Statewide Impact

Small businesses
WSU’s Small Business Development Centers in 24 locations around the state help small businesses thrive.

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Serving our citizens

WSU fulfills its mission as the state's land-grant research university by delivering knowledge and the benefits of research activities to citizens statewide and beyond.

Statewide programs and services

Washington State University Extension

Operating in each of Washington’s 39 counties to provide research-based educational programs and services with measurable state impact

WSU West Office

Building businesses and growing the state’s economy through our Office of Economic Development and Global Engagement, and helping inform future students with a knowledgeable team of admission counselors

Agricultural research stations

Promoting research to benefit industries and communities, with locations in Lind, Long Beach, Mount Vernon, Othello, Prosser, Puyallup, and Wenatchee

Small Business Development Centers

Promoting economic vitality by providing advice, training and research to entrepreneurs and existing businesses statewide

Center for Sustaining Agriculture & Natural Resources

Leading research and educational programs in agriculture, food and natural resources systems that are economically viable, environmentally sound and socially responsible

4-H Youth Development Program

Reaching out to kids and their families to build skills for life

Conference Management

Organizing events large and small at venues throughout the state

Online learning

Online courses, degrees, and certificates

Offering courses taught by WSU faculty, so you can earn a WSU diploma online

Digital Academy

Offering online courses for personal enrichment and professional development

Statewide constituent organizations

Alumni Association
WSU Foundation

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