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Washington State University Reviews of Bachelor's in Psychology

8 Reviews

Locations:   Pullman (WA) 

Annual Tuition: $27,733

100% of students said this degree improved their career prospects
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Student Reviews - Bachelor's in Psychology

Student Reviews - Bachelor's in Psychology

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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

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

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: 3/3/2017

Degree: Psychology

Washington State was a wonderful university. I was able to take part in research as an undergrad and had a diversified course load that enabled a broad learning experience. Socially, Pullman offered just enough things to get into to keep life interesting and we could always drive to Moscow, ID for additional fun options. Overall, it was a very fun and rewarding time.

Taylor Adams

Reviewed: 2/1/2017

Degree: Psychology

Attending Washington State University was one of the best decisions I have ever made. I immediately immersed myself in everything the school had to offer, including joining a sorority, getting a job on campus, trying out a club sport, getting involved in research, and seeking out clubs to join. The classes offered are wonderful, and I never felt like I was not respected, nor did I feel like I did not belong. The professors really want to engage with students, and appreciate feedback on their classroom... Read More

2011 Grad

Reviewed: 6/30/2015

Degree: Psychology

Strong Curriculum, great community, strong greek system, affordable state school

Natalie Gromoff

Reviewed: 4/6/2015

Degree: Psychology

WSU provided me with a quality and well-rounded education. The university and Pullman really cater to the students and to the overall college experience. If I could choose any college all over again, I wouldn't change a thing. I double majored in Psychology and Biology. Originally, Psych was my minor but after speaking with my counselor, I was told I only needed a few extra classes to double major. It was super easy to add in the double major and I appreciate my counselor letting me know my options.... Read More


Reviewed: 5/24/2013

Degree: Psychology

I went to Washington State University and had a great time. When I say great time that mostly means the social aspect. The schooling was hit or miss depending what teacher/course you took. Pullman is a college city and although fairly large it had an intimate feel to it. It was a good fit for me because I had a lot of friends that went there too and they became like a second family to me. Yes, Psychology was a pretty general degree that I could pursue different careers with. It was a good foundation... Read More


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