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COVID-19 UPDATE: WSU Everett will use distance learning methods for the remainder of spring semester. This is in keeping with the announcement from the WSU system that it will use distance learning through spring semester and advisories from Gov. Inslee.

Students, please complete this survey to help us understand the impacts this will have on your learning experience. Read the latest messages from Chancellor Paul Pitre here and the current “Stay safe, stay home” order for students, faculty and staff.

Please see this guide of several WSU and community resources that have frequently been requested.

Washington State University Everett is student- and community-centered, providing industry-aligned undergraduate programs with an interdisciplinary focus to the Puget Sound region to prepare students to compete globally from the local economy.

We bring WSU’s world-class academics and research to you in small class sizes and with hands-on, project-based opportunities. WSU currently offers seven high-demand bachelor’s degrees in Everett, Wash. Faculty from programs in Everett report directly to WSU leadership in Pullman to ensure the same quality of delivery for students.

You can fulfill the general education requirements by taking your first two years of courses at any community college, and then finish your degree by enrolling at WSU Everett for your junior and senior years. You’ll learn from WSU professors in person and take online courses through WSU’s nationally ranked Global Campus. Or dual-enroll at both your community college and WSU Everett to save money and access WSU advising right out of high school. When you finish, you’ll have all the advantages a Washington State University degree confers, the same degree earned from any WSU campus, but closer to home.

The Everett Advantage

Our two + two model (two years at any community college + two years at WSU Everett) makes getting a four-year degree more affordable. You can save money by fulfilling your first two years at any community college and you have the opportunity to save money on living expenses by staying close to home.

You can apply now to WSU Everett degree-completion programs offered by the Carson College of Business, College of Agriculture, Human and Natural Resource Sciences, College of Arts and Sciences, Edward R. Murrow College of Communication, and Voiland College of Engineering and Architecture:

A state-of-the-art, four-story Washington State University building at 915 N. Broadway recently opened! The building is the new home for WSU Everett, Everett University Center programs and the WSU Metropolitan Center for Applied Research and Extension. WSU Everett is also a clinical campus of the WSU Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine. Visit our student services center on the first floor, inside the north entrance at Broadway and Tower. If you are considering applying, schedule a visit today!