BSEL Building

Group Tours

Bring a group to campus

Interested in bringing a group of prospective undergraduate students to campus? The Office of Admissions & Recruitment will help you build your next personalized group visit to campus. We kindly request that you schedule your group visit at least two weeks in advance.

What you can do during your visit

Depending on your time, and interest, we offer the following options for you to experience WSU Tri-Cities.

Recommended:

Guided campus tour
Our student-led campus tours are approximately 45 minutes. The route features all main areas of campus.

Please note: Specialty tour options of labs are available upon request and are subject to availability. 

Meet with an admission counselor
We encourage your group to visit with one of our admission counselors. During this presentation, your students will learn more about the WSU difference and the Tri-Cities experience. This presentation can be tailored to the specific grade-level of your students.

Encouraged:

Current Student Panel
Hear first-hand what the student experience is like at WSU Tri-Cities. Student panels are a unique opportunity for your students to learn more about getting involved on campus, support resources, and much more.

Interactive Activities
We have an assortment of hands-on activities to get your students thinking about their future. Activities range from personality assessments, communication styles, and major-based activities.

… and much more!
We have many more opportunities to engage your students and get them excited about college. Let’s get started on scheduling your students’ campus visit!

Elementary & Middle School Campus Visits:

WSU Tri-Cities offers general campus tours to elementary and middle school students. Submit a visit request to schedule your tour.

Statement of Expectations

We want your visit to WSU Tri-Cities to be safe and successful. Be sure to review our statement of expectations before scheduling your visit to campus.

WSU Tri-Cities will:
  • Deliver a world-class educational experience for you and your students.
  • Customize your visit to meet your schedule and reflect your students’ academic interests whenever possible.
  • Provide an itinerary confirmation and a campus map via email at least one week in advance of your visit to campus.
Group leaders are expected to:
  • Request campus tour dates at least three weeks in advance.
  • Confirm the number of students attending and your time of arrival one week prior to your visit.
  • Inform you WSU Visit Coordinator of any special needs at least two weeks prior to your visit.
  • Supervise your students during your visit. Our student tour guides rely on you to ensure your students are respectful, attentive, and responsible during their time on campus.
  • Arrive on time for your visit; even a 15 minute delay can disrupt your plan activities. Check-in time will be listed on your itinerary confirmation. Be sure to allow enough time for unexpected travel stops, parking your vehicle(s), and walking to the check-in location.