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118 Reviews

Locations:   Pullman (WA) 

Annual Tuition: $27,733

88% of students said this degree improved their career prospects
86% of students said they would recommend this school to others
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Reviewed: 10/30/2023

Degree: MBA

I dropped this program because I wasn't satisfied with the classes. The quality of the teachers is subpar. Also the faculty (financial aid department/bulsars office) seem totally incompetent. They tried to charge me a massive amount of money for my classes despite withdrawing during the refund period. I wouldn't waste money on this program.

Learn Don't Memorize

Reviewed: 5/29/2023

Degree: Finance

Who am I?: I attended WSU from 2015 - 2019 where I studied finance at the Carson College of Business (CCOB). Today, I hold an MBA from a top 20 business school and am a Consumer Market Researcher for a Fortune 100 company. Summary: -The bulk of my courses tested based on memorization rather than comprehension ("Circle the correct answer" rather than "Explain your reasoning"). -I know several students who thrived academically (3.8+ GPAs) but failed to comprehend basic market economics and other fundamental... Read More


Reviewed: 3/18/2023

Degree: Chemical Engineering

In reviewing WSU, it's important to separate the academic from the administrative. While WSU is a great school academically, it is quite the opposite administratively. While I can separate these aspects in hindsight, however, in the moment of attendance a student experiences both aspects simultaneously and those administrative shortcomings will absolutely undermine your academics. Administrative undermining being the reality, I definitely would not recommend WSU to any student. While I previously... Read More


Reviewed: 12/12/2022

Degree: MBA

The WSU online MBA program is a very slow program that is not academically rigorous/challenging. The Online MBA program did not prepare me for a financial career and has not opened many doors. The program is set up and mandates that students may only take one course at a time. Unfortunately there is no way to speed up the program/your graduation as courses are offered on a rolling cycle, meaning that many courses are not offered for months/years. Washington State University does not require the GMAT... Read More


Reviewed: 1/17/2022

Degree: Anthropology

Absolutely horrible online experience. I took maybe 3 courses here through their Global Campus and can attest to previous claims that this was probably the worst experience of my educational career. Their platform was completely inept and the teachers had NO idea how to teach an online class. I swear it was like a mousehunt just trying to figure out how to open an assignment. No built in links but tons and tons of hyperlinks that had no relation to each other. I can say that the linguistic course... Read More


Reviewed: 8/27/2020

Degree: Accounting

from admissions to financial aid to the classes themselves, transferring to wsu global campus is one of the worst mistakes I've ever made. Many of the courses are literally just an online textbook, homework problems, and exams. And that's the good ones. SO MANY GROUP PROJECTS, and in an online setting the normal problems with that just get magnified. There's no education, you're completely on your own. This is NOT the place to start a new career. I absolutely HATE it.


Reviewed: 8/15/2019

Degree: Human Services

Attending Washington State University was the best decision of my life! The spirit and culture found on the Palouse is unmatched. The Human Development department shows that they care about the overall well being of their students. Mental health and work-life balance is emphasized by both peers and faculty. The major sets you up for success by requiring an internship and actually helping you get one that works for you. The courses apply to real world problems and encourage students to deeply understand... Read More


Reviewed: 7/15/2019

Degree: Computer Networking

I would like to that if you want some thing good just you go there it.that why i have select this university to complete my computer system networking and telecommunication.iam happy to be here because education offered by them is quality and respectful most of education services are high and expensive but here is good for all wishs no one has barrier to come in flying of better future education background.


Reviewed: 6/30/2019

Degree: Psychology

While attending WSU, I felt very accepted and supported. Staff and professors were willing to help students on educational matters. I made great connections and networked while there. The university provides many extracurricular activities for students. Making friends was easy since the student body is made up of open-minded individuals. Educational support programs made the journey of going through school that much easier. WSU is a great place to go to school. The admissions process is typical of... Read More

International program INTO.

Reviewed: 12/30/2018

Degree: Teaching

I am still a student at Washington State University. I am studying PhD at the College of Education. My experience as graduate is good so far. However, my experience as at the INTO program is horrible. INTO is a program that helps international students get admission to the university after they finish the program. The program didn't teach me anything and failed me twice on purpose so that I pay for two semesters. I talked to the director and the associate director many times about the reasons why... Read More

INTO wsu

Reviewed: 12/24/2018

Degree: ESL

I am an international student from Asia at INTO program at Washington State University. It is a program that prepares international students to enter university without TOEFL requirement. The program is not good and the teachers are not qualified. They say that they are practicing student- centered teaching, but it is teacher centered. All the teachers are in one big office and they do not have their own offices. When I talked to my professor about an admission, she advised me to change school as... Read More

Tammara Bode

Reviewed: 12/18/2018

Degree: Psychology

Attending Washington State University was truly a life changing experience. I finished my B.S. in Psychology and loved every minute of it. The education I received was well rounded and included general education requirements as well as specific psychology classes. Additionally, there was a great deal of opportunity at the school to gain valuable research experience. Moreover, there are several teaching assistance positions that would help people stand out when they applied to graduate school. The... Read More

Anna Larson

Reviewed: 8/10/2018

Degree: Elementary Education

I greatly enjoyed my experience in Washington State University's Elementary Education program. Washington State as a whole was a great school to attend, being a college town really aided in not feeling like just a number. The Elementary program has some strict requirements to get into the program, but once enrolled the program ran smoothly. Each semester was organized and each class fit into our specific degree. The program directors really took student input into account, regarding issues from class... Read More

Emily McFadden

Reviewed: 7/1/2018

Degree: Social Sciences

As a busy mom of three, and working fulltime, WSU's online platform provided me with the tools to obtain a quality, affordable degree that I am very proud of. It has given me the foundation to pursue my dreams of attending graduate school where I am currently working towards my doctorate in Occupational Therapy.

Jennifer Kerschbaum

Reviewed: 6/14/2018

Degree: Psychology

WSU has a great undergrad program for psychology, especially for students looking to pursue their degree online. There are a wide variety of courses, and different opportunities to enhance your learning experience through different roles not normally seen in online programs. WSU provides teaching assistant roles, research assistant roles, all of which enhance the learning experience. I was really impressed with my experience with WSU, and would recommend the program to any student, especially those... Read More


Reviewed: 3/27/2018

Degree: Liberal Studies

Global campus online school: If you are a single parent, or have other life responsibilities, don't even try. Yvonne Berliner (Women in Latin American history) is unsympathetic to real life issues arising throughout the semester; She's very condescending as well.Teachers are micro-managers-online studies should be more flexible and accommodating to busy adults. The technology used for assignments is antiquated; I had better quality online classes at Lake Wa Technical College. I'm canceling my enrollment-... Read More

just, don't

Reviewed: 1/22/2018

Degree: Accounting

Global Campus is AWFUL. No lectures, a lot of busy work. Teachers aren't helpful, instructions aren't clear, just incredibly time consuming and frustrating. A lot of confusing typos, absolutely no thought put into class design... I transferred in and after one year I'm transferring out.


Reviewed: 9/1/2017

Degree: Communications

College is a good time to discover who you are and what you want to be. Be sure to have fun but also take your studies seriously.


Reviewed: 3/21/2017

Degree: Social Sciences

Washington State University Vancouver provided a top notch education opportunity in a smaller setting. Class sizes were small and allowed me to grow connections with the professors. The Public Affairs program prepared me for a career in public service in local government.

Liz Dell

Reviewed: 3/21/2017

Degree: Liberal Studies

WSU is an awesome place to attend school. I love being an alumni and love calling myself a coug. I was an out of state student therefore, tuition was high for me and I was a transfer student, so there were less opportunities for me for receiving aid. I would encourage everyone to apply and attend WSU. I also highly suggest that you pick a major that you love and that you can translate into the working world and one where in which you can obtain a job.


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