Picture yourself at WSU Tri-Cities. There are many opportunities throughout the year to experience campus life. Whether you are wanting a personalized campus tour or wanting to attend a preview day, we have a visit experience to meet your needs.
Check out our visit events, and experience what it’s like to be a Coug. If you have questions about visiting campus don’t hesitate to contact the Office of Admissions & Recruitment.
For answers, give us a call at 509-372-7250 or send us an email.
Get a jump start on your future in the STEM industry! Join us, Saturday, October 14 for our STEM-focused preview day.
Schedule a personalized visit to campus and experience firsthand what it is like to be a Coug at WSU Tri-Cities. Take a guided tour of campus, visit with current students, connect with an admissions counselor, learn funding your future, and meet with one of our world-class professors.
The Office of Admissions and Recruitment hosts several campus events each academic year. These are a great way for prospective students and their families to gain an overview of WSU Tri-Cities and our world-class programs.
Campus tours will include walking outside, so please wear comfortable shoes. If you need accommodations to make the most out of your tour, please let us know when registering. Be aware of current weather conditions and dress accordingly.
Parking on Campus
WSU Tri-Cities does not require parking permits to park on campus. Any available parking spot can accommodate visiting guests.
Where to Stay
Need recommendations on where to stay during your visit? Don’t hesitate to ask us for a recommendation. There are many hotels located in the Tri-Cities area, however if you are wanting to stay close to campus we recommend staying in Richland.
About the Tri-Cities
Located in the heart of Washington wine country on the eastern side of Washington State, the Tri-Cities is a mid-sized metropolitan area that consists of three neighboring cities: Kennewick, Pasco and Richland. The Tri-Cities is surrounded by the joining of the Yakima, Snake and Columbia rivers. The Tri-Cities Visitor and Convention Bureau can help you locate area accommodations, restaurants, attractions and fun things to do during your stay.