WSU’s groundbreaking ROAR program is one of seven fully inclusive post-secondary education programs in the U.S. (only one in the Pacific Northwest), Roar is a two-year program for students with intellectual and developmental disabilities It has been awarded a $2.3 million grant to continue its work helping students with intellectual or developmental disabilities have a fully integrated, on-campus experience.
Further refining our relationship with Pacific Northwest National Laboratory by developing the WSU / PNNL Institutes
Working closely with industry leaders, including The Boeing Company, Alaska Airlines, Spokane International Airport and the Ports of Seattle and Portland, to develop and commercialize sustainable aviation biofuels
Partnering with Pacific Northwest National Laboratory and the US Department of Agriculture’s Agricultural Research Service to develop sustainable alternative biofuels
Tree fruit research at WSU supports Washington state’s $6 billion tree fruit industry, which is the state’s number one export.
WSU’s response to the need for innovative research in the wine industry supports an $8.4 billion a year grape and wine industry in Washington state.
Agricultural research at WSU supports a $46 billion industry that employs 164,000 people across the state.
WSU Online is now offering 21 degrees. Online degrees are no longer tied to the traditional academic calendar allowing students to access courses on a schedule that best fits their timetable