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Experience the academic rigor only a university can offer while feeling supported by faculty who want you to succeed. WSU Vancouver has more than 200 Ph.D. faculty, many of whom are nationally recognized experts.

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WSU Vancouver is the only four-year research university in Southwest Washington. Here you will get personalized education that brings out the best in you and inspires you to achieve your highest goals.

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If you can continue living at home while you attend WSU Vancouver, you can save about $10,000 a year you would otherwise spend on housing and dining at a distant university. Out-of-state students can save on tuition with the PDX Tuition Advantage, the Border Bill or the Western Undergraduate Exchange.

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events every year

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first generation students

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Titan VanCoug Bloom II expected August 2022

Titan VanCoug is preparing for its second act. It is expected to bloom sometime between Aug. 18 and 24, 2022.

Titan VanCoug is working up to its bloom in the stairwell on the east end of the Science and Engineering Building. The building is not open to the public at this time to protect Titan VanCoug from overly eager fans. When it blooms, it will be moved to a viewing location outside the building near the greenhouse, and it will be viewable online via webcam at youtube.com/wsuvancouver.

Mailou Cassidy

NW Crimson & Gray magazine

Better late than never

Three years ago, Marilou Cassidy, then 78 years old, decided to give herself an 80th birthday present—a college degree.

Ice melting during a sunrise

NW Crimson & Gray magazine

Climate extremes in a warming world

Deepti Singh starts her undergraduate course at WSU Vancouver, "How the Climate System Works," by asking students how they perceive changes in weather and climate and how they think climate change is affecting them.

Foster child holding foster parents hands

NW Crimson & Gray magazine

What do youth in foster care need most?

The chief finding of Amy Salazar’s research is that meaningful connections are essential to help youth achieve independence when they leave foster care.