Visit us

Visit the only four-year research university in Southwest Washington!

There is nothing like being on a college campus to know if it’s the right fit for you! WSU Vancouver is pleased to offer in-person campus tours by appointment.

These 45-minute outdoor tours are led by a Student Ambassador who will tell you about WSU Vancouver, share their own experiences and answer your questions. An admissions counselor will be available before and after each tour to answer admissions and financial aid questions.

All visitors are required to follow WSU Vancouver’s COVID-19 safety protocols. Details are provided at the time of registration.

Campus tour registration

High school and community college partners—schedule a group visit.


Questions about visiting campus?

For answers, contact the Cougar Center at 360-546-9779 or van.admissions@wsu.edu.

WSU Vancouver
14204 NE Salmon Creek Ave.
Vancouver, WA 98686

Campus map and directions

Live virtual campus tour

Visit campus from anywhere in the world! A current student ambassador will "walk" you along a tour route in a live, 45-minute interactive tour, stopping at each building and sharing campus highlights and personal experiences. Ask questions along the way and get a feel for life as a VanCoug.

Virtual tour registration

On-demand tours

Events

Attend an Admissions presentation

Learn about the application process, financial aid, degrees offered, common myths, student life opportunities and more.

Admissions 101 and 201

Attend an A – Z of Paying for College workshop

Learn how financial aid and scholarships work. Open to all prospective students no matter the college you choose. These workshops are held multiple times throughout the semester.

A – Z workshop

On-demand tours

Campus tour video

Virtual campus walkthrough

Questions?

Contact the Cougar Center at 360-546-9779 or van.admissions@wsu.edu.

Alex Nevue

"Small class sizes, easily accessible faculty and a community feel on campus were all aspects I was looking for. WSU Vancouver has all of these and more but with the public school price tag."

—Alex Nevue, B.S., biology