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Loving the angle of that afternoon sun. And the fact that it's there at all. What a gorgeous day on campus.

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Happy Friday, Vikings. Any special weekend plans?

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Students

Total Students

16,778

Student Ratio
Female 56%
Male 44%

Faculty

Total Faculty

1,503

Student/Faculty Ratio
21 : 1
 

Tuition

Estimated Cost

$31,136

Admissions

Total Applicants

9,083

Admitted

78%

Enrolled

30%

Test Scores

SAT Math

500-610

SAT Reading

500-620

SAT Writing

490-600

ACT Composite

22-27

About Western Washington University

With 15,000 students, 160 academic programs, and an energized campus community, Western offers the focus on students and the faculty access of a smaller college and the academic choice, resources, multicultural diversity, and room to grow of a large university.
Not so big that you feel like a number; not so small that you have to conform to a mold. Large enough for you to define yourself and small enough that you make a difference.

Students & Faculty

Students
  • 16,778Total Students
  • 7,333Male Students
  • 9,445Female Students
  • 207Total Intl Students
  • 88Intl Male Students
  • 119Intl Female Students
Faculty
  • 1,503Total Faculty
  • 813Male Faculty
  • 690Female Faculty
  • 21:1Student/Fac Ratio

Admissions

9,083
total applicants

78%
admitted (7118)

30%
enrolled (2695)


SAT Scores:
25th-75th percentile
500-610
Math
500-620
Reading
490-600
Writing
ACT Scores:
25th-75th percentile
22-27
Composite
21-26
Math
21-28
English

Note: 25th-75th percentile ranges show the range of scores achieved by the middle 50% of students who were admitted to the school.


Other Requirements:
TOEFL?
Required
Admissions Test Scores?
Required
Other Test?
Neither required nor recommended
College Prep?
Required
Recommendations?
Neither required nor recommended
*All data is provided by the school or compiled from IPEDS as of May 2013

Degrees & Programs

Accounting
Accounting and Computer Science
Adult and Continuing Education and Teaching
American/United States Studies/Civilization
Anthropology
Anthropology, Other
Applied Mathematics, General
Archeology
Art History, Criticism and Conservation
Art Teacher Education
Art/Art Studies, General
Audiology/Audiologist and Speech-Language Pathology/Pathologist
Automotive Engineering Technology/Technician
Biochemistry
Biological and Physical Sciences
Biology Teacher Education
Biology/Biological Sciences, General
Business Administration and Management, General
Canadian Studies
Cell/Cellular and Molecular Biology
Cell/Cellular Biology and Histology
Chemistry, General
Child Development
College Student Counseling and Personnel Services
Community Health Services/Liaison/Counseling
Comparative Psychology
Computer and Information Sciences, General
Counseling Psychology
Counselor Education/School Counseling and Guidance Services
Creative Writing
Curriculum and Instruction
Dance, General
Design and Applied Arts, Other
Design and Visual Communications, General
Developmental and Child Psychology
Drama and Dance Teacher Education
Drama and Dramatics/Theatre Arts, General
Drawing
Early Childhood Education and Teaching
East Asian Studies
Ecology
Economics, General
Economics, Other
Educational Leadership and Administration, General
Electrical, Electronic and Communications Engineering Technology/Technician
Elementary and Middle School Administration/Principalship
Elementary Education and Teaching
English Language and Literature, General
English/Language Arts Teacher Education
Environmental Science
Environmental Studies
Fiber, Textile and Weaving Arts
Finance, General
Foreign Languages and Literatures, General
French Language and Literature
General Studies
Geography
Geological and Earth Sciences/Geosciences, Other
Geology/Earth Science, General
Geophysics and Seismology
German Language and Literature
Health and Physical Education/Fitness, General
Health/Medical Preparatory Programs, Other
History Teacher Education
History, General
Human Resources Management/Personnel Administration, General
Human Services, General
Humanities/Humanistic Studies
Industrial and Product Design
Industrial Technology/Technician
Intermedia/Multimedia
International Business/Trade/Commerce
Japanese Language and Literature
Journalism
Journalism, Other
Kinesiology and Exercise Science
Linguistics
Management Information Systems, General
Manufacturing Engineering Technology/Technician
Marine Biology and Biological Oceanography
Marketing/Marketing Management, General
Mathematics and Computer Science
Mathematics Teacher Education
Mathematics, General
Mental Health Counseling/Counselor
Multi-/Interdisciplinary Studies, Other
Music History, Literature, and Theory
Music Performance, General
Music Teacher Education
Music Theory and Composition
Music, General
Neuroscience
Operations Management and Supervision
Painting
Parks, Recreation and Leisure Studies
Philosophy
Photography
Physical Education Teaching and Coaching
Physics, General
Plastics and Polymer Engineering Technology/Technician
Political Science and Government, General
Pre-Physical Therapy Studies
Psychology, General
Public/Applied History
Science Teacher Education/General Science Teacher Education
Sculpture
Secondary Education and Teaching
Secondary School Administration/Principalship
Social Science Teacher Education
Social Studies Teacher Education
Sociology
Spanish Language and Literature
Spanish Language Teacher Education
Special Education and Teaching, General
Speech Communication and Rhetoric
Speech-Language Pathology/Pathologist
Teacher Education and Professional Development, Specific Subject Areas, Other
Visual and Performing Arts, General
Vocational Rehabilitation Counseling/Counselor


Western Washington University’s Bridge Program is designed to help international students make a successful transition into WWU classes.


Whether you are a first-year or transfer international student, you will experience a customized quarter of classes that provides extra support from WWU faculty as you take credit-bearing coursework.


Bridge students will also benefit from activities and curriculum that explores language, culture, and transitioning into an American university.



IEP helps students learn English for a variety of purposes, including regular enrollment and degree program study at Western Washington University.


IEP students are able to use all the resources of Western Washington University: the library, gym, student union, health center, outdoor playing fields and the Lakewood boating facility. Our offices and all of our classrooms are on campus, and IEP students are well integrated into university life.


IEP is a member of the American Association of Intensive English Programs (AAIEP). Western Washington University is accredited by Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities (NWCCU).


Levels of English Level 1: Beginning Level 2: Early Intermediate Level 3: Intermediate Level 4: Early Advanced Level 5: Advanced Level 6: University Prep


We understand how important accurate placement is and we want each student to be in the best learning environment. Each new student goes through level placement assessments upon arrival. IEP students are placed in the levels at the beginning of each quarter and register for a combination of core and support classes.


Core Classes are the classes that are offered at each level of the program. The core classes help students learn and improve their English in all of the language skill areas. All students are required to take the core classes in their level. The core classes are Reading, Writing, Grammar, Listening, and Speaking.


English Support Classes are offered at every level and are designed to support the English language goals and standards at each level. All students are required to take English Support Classes. At some levels, there is only one English Support Class that all the students in that level take. In other levels, students have a choice among two or more English Support Classes.


International students and scholars are valued members of the Western community. International Student & Scholar Services (ISSS) supports those students and scholars who journey from around the world to study and work at Western.


We provide assistance not only with immigration issues, but also with practical matters, social and cultural adjustment, and other challenges that come with life in a new country. We work to promote cross-cultural exchange throughout the University and invite all members of the Western community with an interest in global issues and identities to take part in our many events and activities.


With programs such as our Cross-Cultural Student Association, the International Buddy Program and International Cooking Classes we ensure that International students have plenty of fun!

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