How do I apply?

Deadline for applications is March 15, 2016. Review of applications will begin immediately thereafter. Applicants will be notified by May 15, 2016.


Preliminary Information

**Funding for this undergraduate research program at WSU Vancouver comes from the National Science Foundation. To receive NSF/REU funding, you must be a U.S. citizen or permanent resident, must be currently enrolled as an undergraduate, and will not receive your bachelor's degree before December 2016.

Personal Information

Educational Background

Please list any previous colleges or universities you may have attended, and where you attended high school.

College/university 1
College/university 2
Your high school

Employment History

Please list your most recent employers (list in reverse chronological order)

Employer 1
Employer 2
Employer 3

Area Of Interest

Please note which areas below you would be most interested in working on:


Please list at least 1 personal reference (2 preferred) and their contact information:

Programmatic Information

For statistical purposes.


The following information is voluntary, and the answers do not affect your participation or admission into the program. The data will be used only for statistical reporting to the National Science Foundation, and your completion of this section will help us assess our effectiveness in soliciting applications from a diverse student population.

(Answer yes if neither of your parents have education beyond high school)

WSU Vancouver open and classes are running on time

WSU Vancouver is open and classes are running on time. Students, please check with your instructors. Individual classes may be cancelled based on the instructor’s ability to get to campus safely.

It is rare that WSU Vancouver modifies operations for ANY weather conditions. Any closure or late opening announcements will be posted to major news and media outlets AND listed on the WSU Vancouver website home page and this web page.


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