Founded in the year 1890, Washington State University is an open research university which is associated with the Association of Public and Land-grant Universities. The university is said to be among the oldest universities in Western America. Also, it is the second-largest university in Washington. The campus is spread over an area of 620 acres of land. The campus houses three halls, the Thompson Hall, Steven Hall, and the Bryan Hall. These are known to be the oldest buildings on the campus. The Thompson Hall is home to the College of Arts & Sciences and the Foreign Language Department. The university offers 78 master-level degree programs, 65 doctoral degree programs and 3 professional degree programs in disciplines such as medicine, pharmacy and veterinary medicine.
Area – 1,742 Acres
No. of campuses – 6
27 on-campus residence halls and apartment complexes
Research and development
expenditures – USD 369.3 Million