125 years, and Counting

Who could have imagined the bright future that awaited Washingtonians in 1890 when Governor Elisha Peyre Ferry signed legislation creating an agricultural college and science school on a wind-swept hilltop in Pullman, Washington? From those humble beginnings, a dream took root. A dream to increase access to higher education, conduct research to improve lives, and share knowledge with citizens from Anacortes to Walla Walla. Now, over 125 years later, there is much to celebrate about our thriving, statewide enterprise.


Stories of how WSU is revolutionizing our everyday life in Washington and all over the world…