Washington State University Vancouver, located in Vancouver, Washington, USA, is part of the Washington State University system.
- Information about WSU Vancouver
- Weather and the urban region around Vancouver
- Housing in the area
- Public bus service (C-Tran)
WSU Vancouver Student Affairs works collaboratively with the Office of Global Services on the WSU Pullman campus (located in Pullman, WA) to serve international students. There is an International Student Advisor on the Vancouver campus who will assist you with understanding important immigration rules and regulations. The Office of Global Services maintains a website with extensive information for all WSU international students.
Admission and enrollment requirements
Review international student admission requirements.
Other important information:
Mandatory orientation programs
ROAR New Student Orientation
Participation in ROAR New Student Orientation is mandatory for all new students. Sign up and make plans to attend.
Contact the ROAR team at email@example.com for more information.
New International Student Immigration Check-in
Participation in New International Student Immigration Check-in is mandatory for all new F-1 and J-1 students, including incoming transfer students.
Contact International Student Advisor Colton Lindelof at firstname.lastname@example.org to determine your next steps.
Remember to bring your current I-20, I-94, visa, and passport.
WSU Vancouver contact information
WSU Vancouver Office of Admissions:
WSU Vancouver International Student Advisor:
Colton Lindelof | email@example.com
WSU Vancouver campus address:
Washington State University Vancouver
Student Services Center
14204 NE Salmon Creek Avenue
Vancouver, WA 98686-9600