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WSU Undergraduate Education National Student Exchange @ WSU

Incoming Students

Terrell Library

Washington State University Libraries have more than two million books and over 30,000 journal and magazine subscriptions. WSU Libraries are a member of a consortium of 37 other libraries in Washington, Oregon, and Idaho, with access to an additional 28 million items.

WSU Mascot “Butch” Crowd Surfs

It’s hard not to be swept up in the spirit of Cougar sports-GO COUGS!

Bryan Clock Tower

Bryan Hall, built in 1909, is the dominant structure of the historic campus core. Today, Bryan Hall houses classrooms, the Office of International Programs, and part of the School of Music.

Students Study on Lawn Near Thompson Hall

Bill Chipman Trail

The Bill Chipman Palouse Trail is open dawn to dusk year round – day use only.  Seven miles of paved pathway connect Washington and Idaho, Pullman and Moscow, University of Idaho and Washington State University.

Experience Pullman

Nestled amidst golden hills, Pullman is where people are friendly, experiences are epic, and fun is as big as the wide, blue sky. Rolling wheat fields, surging waters, and distant mountains form the backdrop of life in and around our campus.  Enjoy a small town atmosphere and year- round outdoor recreation opportunities.

Choose WSU!

Choose WSU!

If you are interested in completing your exchange experience at Washington State University contact your school’s NSE Coordinator! Once you are accepted into the WSU NSE program we will begin emailing you with important information regarding your exchange.