Student life: Enriching the WSU experience
Washington State University places a high priority on providing enriching experiences to students outside the classroom.
The Center for Student Involvement at WSU Pullman, for example, offers more than 300 student clubs and organizations focused on a broad range of interests, including student government, music, communication and publications, performing arts, nationality and diversity, academics, and religion and faith.
More than 75 club and intramural sports, plus an award-winning Student Recreation Center on the Pullman campus, provide a variety of recreational opportunities. About 20 percent of the Pullman student body participates in the more than 50 chapters of national sororities and fraternities active on campus.
Each campus tailors its student services and extracurricular activities and programs to the needs and interests of its students.
The University also has made significant investments in facilities designed to enhance the overall learning experience of students. Among the most notable facilities completed statewide in recent years: a multicultural center and two new residence halls and major renovations to several existing halls on the Pullman campus, and a student union building and the first on-campus residence hall at WSU Tri-Cities.