WSU Vancouver offers a small-school feel with big-school resources, a reverse commute and now, reduced tuition equal to in-state rates for residents of Oregon's Clackamas, Multnomah and Washington counties.
COVID-19 and Oregon’s historic wildfires caused many students to rethink their plans to leave the area to attend college. As a land-grant university with access as part of its mission, WSU Vancouver is committed to making more options available to more students.
How to save more than $15,000 a year—
- Reside in Oregon’s Clackamas, Multnomah or Washington counties*
- Meet WSU Vancouver’s admissions requirements
- Apply for admission as an undergraduate degree-seeking student**
- For spring by Nov. 15
- For fall by March 31
- Freshman admitted students: confirm enrollment by May 1
- Verify your residency in a qualifying county
- Enroll in nine or more credits
Heads-up—the fall 2022 priority admission application deadline has been extended to March 31!
What you’ll get—
- A high-quality WSU Vancouver education
- An employer-valued WSU degree
- A university where instructors know you by name, and you know you matter
- Access to degrees not readily available in the Portland metropolitan area
WSU Vancouver is just 20 minutes north of the Columbia River via I-5 or I-205. Some classes are offered partially online, reducing your trips to campus.
Get started today
Apply for admission to WSU Vancouver by the application deadline.
After admission, verify your residency in a qualifying county.
This award cannot be combined with Western Undergraduate Exchange (WUE).
*Residents of other Oregon counties may be eligible for Western Undergraduate Exchange (WUE).
**Graduate student or enrolling in fewer than nine credits? Check out the Border Bill for in-state tuition opportunities.