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You’re about to embark on one of the most exciting and memorable journeys of your life. At WSU North Puget Sound at Everett you’ll be inspired.

Explore the possibilities:

WSU North Puget Sound at Everett brings Washington State University’s world-class academics to you. Students can fulfill general education requirements by taking their first two years of courses at any college, and then finish their degree by enrolling at WSU in Everett for their junior and senior years, all while keeping education more affordable and closer to home.

WSU North Puget Sound at Everett currently offers degree-completion programs in Data Analytics, Electrical Engineering, Hospitality Business ManagementIntegrated Strategic CommunicationMechanical Engineering, and Software Engineering. An Organic Agriculture Systems program is currently being planned.

Classes are currently offered at Gray Wolf Hall on the Everett Community College campus. A new, four-story educational facility with state-of-the-art lab space is on schedule to open for classes in the fall of 2017.

Learn a little more about WSU North Puget Sound at Everett and our engineering programs in this KING 5 News story from February 2016.

If you would like more information about an academic program, please visit the Academics page or click here to send us your contact information.

WSU North Puget Sound at 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.

WSU Everett students:

There are nearly 200 WSU students in Everett, who are part of an Everett University Center group of about 600 students.

Of the WSU students, 33 percent are the first in their family to attend college, 10 percent are military Veterans, 27 percent are ethnic minorities, nearly 40 percent are Pell Grant eligible students (lower income) and four percent are international students.

Fifty-three percent of our students are between 18-and-24 years old, while 46 percent are 25 years or older, and 35 percent of our students are female.



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