About Global Campus

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100% Online. 100% WSU.

Washington State University is a top-tier, non-profit public research university that has been inspiring greatness in students since 1890. Since 1992, WSU Global Campus has been bringing the best of WSU to students around the globe who demand highly engaging and transformative higher education but prefer a flexible format that allows them to learn wherever there is an internet connection.

What makes Global Campus unique?

WSU Global Campus is the ideal choice for life-long learners who seek an educational experience that only a top-tier university can provide, but who have work, family, military obligations, or lifestyles that require maximum flexibility.

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Renate Trapp, Global Campus Graduate
  • We offer a wide selection of high-value, fully-online bachelor’s and master’s degree programs that use cutting-edge academic technologies to bring courses to life in an online format.
  • Our faculty members are the same world-renowned researchers and industry experts who teach at WSU’s physical campuses.
  • Global Campus graduates receive the same diploma as all WSU graduates, along with the outstanding reputation that distinguishes a WSU degree in the eyes of employers.
  • Our students live and work across the world, bringing a wealth of career and life experiences and diverse perspectives that enhance learning. 

What is it like to learn online through WSU Global Campus?

Global Campus courses are designed to enable students to excel in an online format. Courses are highly interactive, allowing students to collaborate with their instructors and each other, all while providing maximum flexibility to work around a busy lifestyle.

Learn more with this video exploring the Global Campus student experience. 

Notice of Non-Discrimination

WSU does not discriminate and prohibits discrimination on the basis of sex, race, color, national origin, disability, age, religion, creed, genetic information, marital status, protected veteran/military status, or immigration or citizenship status in any education program or activity that it operates complaint with Title IX and other civil rights laws and regulations. Inquiries regarding Title IX, ADA, or other civil rights laws, as well as reports of discrimination can be directed to the Compliance and Civil Rights, WSU ADA Coordinator, or WSU Title IX Coordinator. More information on WSU’s policies and procedures to respond to discrimination and harassment are available here: Nondiscrimination statement.