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The Everett Campus

Washington State University Everett is a student- and community-centered campus, located in the seventh-largest city in Washington State. Here in Everett, we have the unique opportunity to align world-class WSU academics directly with industry partners. Our high-demand bachelor’s degree programs are built specifically to achieve career-readiness and prepare you for the professional world. Real-world experience and small class sizes on our urban campus create a more personal and meaningful experience. At WSU Everett, you’re more than a number. Your relationships with faculty, staff and peers will grow throughout your academic experience and follow you into your career.

Fall 2020 Enrollment: 291
2020 Graduates: 136
Average Age: 25.5 years
Minority Students: 35.7%
First Gen Students: 40.2%
Veterans: 5.2%

WA Residents: 94%
International: 5.2%

Visit Campus

One of six campuses in the Washington State University system, WSU Everett offers all the advantages of a WSU degree,
the Coug experience that only WSU can provide—all achievable close to home. 

Campus Tour

Visiting campus is easy and convenient when you sign up for one of our special campus tours. Learn about campus resources and opportunities, academic program highlights, see our state-of-the-art facilities, and check out the award-winning Mars rover!

Currently, for the health and safety of our current and future Cougs, we are only offering virtual tour sessions. Contact our incredible recruitment and enrollment team to set up a customized experience.

Our Location

Our campus is located at 915 N. Broadway, Everett WA 98201 at the intersection of Broadway and Tower Street.

Are you driving? Here’s where to park. 
Parking is available in lots L and K. If a visitor’s pass is not provided, you must purchase a temporary pass in the parking lot between WSU Everett and AMTEC, or at one of nearby kiosks.

Check Out the Neighborhood

Fisherman’s Village Music Festival
An Everett sunset viewed from Grand Avenue Park, overlooking Naval Station Everett

Explore the neighborhood! Everett is home to great restaurants, activities and events.

Less than 40 minutes from Seattle, Everett is a bustling business epicenter with a majestic natural backdrop. Snohomish County’s largest city is home to the second-largest marina on the West Coast and Boeing’s jumbo jet assembly plant, the largest building by volume in the world.

Must-see attractions in Everett include the Boeing Future of Flight. Families traveling with kids love Imagine Children’s Museum and Jetty Island, a built island with sandy beaches. Art lovers should stop by the Schack Art Center for exhibits and glassblowing, or enjoy live music or performing arts from Angel of the Winds Arena, Everett Philharmonic Orchestra and Everett Performing Arts Center.

Concerts are held throughout the year by Everett’s Experience Music Initiative, including the summer’s biggest music festival, the Fisherman’s Village Music Festival.

The area’s natural beauty is on display at Everett Community College’s Nishiyama Japanese Garden, Evergreen Aboretum and Gardens and Narbeck Wetland Sanctuary. Everett also has more than 40 parks. Walter E. Hall Park, the largest in town, has a golf course and skate park; Howarth Park has a nice sandy beach on Puget Sound and Thornton A Sullivan Park is popular for swimming and fishing.

The Everett waterfront is also the headquarters of Naval Station Everett.