Find your Everett advantage
Explore new possibilities, closer to home
WSU Everett brings Washington State University’s world-class academics to you. Fulfill your general education requirements by taking your first two years of courses at any community college or university, then finish your degree by enrolling at WSU in Everett for your junior and senior years.
WSU Everett currently offers degree-completion programs in Data Analytics, Electrical Engineering, Hospitality Business Management, Integrated Strategic Communication, Mechanical Engineering, and Software Engineering. An Organic Agriculture Systems program is currently being planned.
WSU Everett’s 2 + 2 model keeps the cost of earning a bachelor’s degree down. Students save money by:
- taking their first two years of classes at a community college
- living closer to home, foregoing the costs of moving, room and board
- keeping their jobs, whether full or part-time
Brand new facilities
You will study in a brand new, four story, state-of-the-art educational center:
At WSU Everett, you get the small-school feel in a city environment. Smaller class sizes help our students thrive. “There are 30 of us in the class and we can get all of the help we need if we ask for it. Faculty or fellow students are always willing to help you if you don’t understand,” said Mariah Harvey, a 2017 mechanical engineering graduate who now works at Bechtel.
Whether you’re a recent community college graduate, a parent, a veteran, the first in your family to attend a university, an international student, or transferring from another university, you’ll find opportunity at WSU Everett.
Learn more from Washington State University graduates from the Everett campus here.
Get connected and engaged
Engage in a dynamic student life through student clubs and organizations, including Society of Women Engineers, the WSU Everett Engineering Club (makers of a world-famous Mars rover), Associated Students of Washington State University Everett, and Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers.
Learn more or apply now
WSU Everett accepts applications on a rolling basis. Students are highly encouraged to apply by the January 31st priority deadline to increase opportunities for scholarships and financial aid.
Spring 2017 enrollment:
First-in-family to attend college:
26 years old
Pell Grant eligible: