WSU Tri-Cities Facts
WSU Tri-Cities values quality, innovation, experiential learning, community collaborations and a campus rich in diversity. We offer personalized undergraduate and graduate education with faculty, staff and students engaged in research, outreach and community service commensurate with the University’s land-grant mission.
ENROLLMENT FALL 2012
Full-Time Equivalent: 1,089 (that's 224 over the state-funded level of 865 FTE)
Ethnic Diversity: 26.5%
Average Age: 26 years
Female 54%, Male 46%
Part-Time Students: 28%
First Generation: 50%
Low Income: 40%
Adjunct Faculty: 200+
Academic/Adminstrative Staff: 82
Early Outreach Staff: 225
18 bachelor's degrees, 10 master's degrees, and 6 doctoral degrees
Agriculture (Viticulture & Enology)
Liberal Arts (Digital Technology and Culture, English,
History, Humanities, Psychology, Social Sciences)
ESTIMATED COSTS FOR WSU TRI-CITIES
UNDERGRADUATE STUDENT, 2012-2013
Tuition* (10 to 18 credits) $11,386
Books and supplies $936
* Full-time tuition for Washington state residents.
Non-resident tuition is $24,468/year.
More than 5,500 alumni since 1989.