Washington State University has 4 research and extension centers, 11 academic colleges, and additional offices in all 39 counties of Washington. The university includes 6 campuses:
- Pullman: The oldest (established in 1890) and largest campus (19,114 students) offering over 200 undergraduate, graduate, and professional programs. Pullman is the hub for most university student organizations, including sports teams, galleries, performance venues, and museums dedicated to arts, anthropology, zoology, and other subjects. Key new facilities include the digital classroom building, several agricultural facilities, multicultural center, veterinary and biomedical research building, and the PACCAR Environmental Technology building.
- Spokane: The medical sciences campus located in downtown Spokane, focused on training future generations of doctors, nurses, pharmacists, and other healthcare professionals. More than 1600 students, professionals, medical, and graduate students earn degrees here. Spokane is home to modern facilities, including the pharmaceutical and biomedical sciences building housing state-of-the-art medical laboratories and technologies.
- Tri-Cities: A campus located on 200 acres along the Columbia River in Richland, educating over 1500 students with a choice of more than 50 undergraduate and graduate programs. The campus offers programs in energy, environmental science, agriculture, and conducts innovative research addressing economic and social issues. The Ste. Michelle Wine Estates WSU Wine Science Center, opened in 2016, represents a flourishing partnership between the Pacific Northwest wine industry and the university. The campus also houses the Bioproducts, Sciences, and Engineering Laboratory.
- Vancouver: A campus in Vancouver situated on 351 acres of picturesque land in the Portland metropolitan area. It enrolls about 3500 students who can choose from a variety of academic programs, including popular fields such as business, computer science, and engineering. Students have access to 35 high-quality undergraduate and graduate programs. WSU Vancouver is the only four-year research university in southwest Washington. Research areas include sustainable water, brain health, and intelligent devices.
- Everett: Located approximately 30 miles north of Seattle, the Everett campus offers lower- and upper-division courses in demand-driven bachelor's programs such as data analytics, engineering, hotel business management, and integrated strategic communications. About 250 students are enrolled in this campus.
- Global Campus: This campus serves over 4000 students worldwide through online bachelor's, master's, and certification programs (some nationally recognized) in areas such as accounting, human development, integrated strategic communications, and criminal justice. In addition to online degrees, WSU Global Campus offers a range of non-credit continuing education programs, including seminars, masterclasses, conferences, trade shows, and online certificates.