Washington State University Everett offers a growing number of WSU’s signature programs for Puget Sound-area students earning a WSU degree closer to home, their current jobs, and their families.
Located in an urban setting close to Washington’s tech and manufacturing centers, WSU Everett students thrive in small classes with expert faculty. They develop the knowledge and skills needed for a global economy through hands-on learning experiences with industry leaders like Boeing and Janicki Industries. WSU Everett’s highly-skilled graduates and burgeoning research efforts are strengthening economic and community ties in north Puget Sound. Philanthropy to WSU Everett allows students to fully engage in their studies, student life, and community service. Scholarships also help recruit and retain high-achieving students.
WSU Everett currently offers seven high-demand bachelor’s degrees.
- Data Analytics
- Electrical Engineering
- Hospitality Business Management
- Integrated Strategic Communication
- Mechanical Engineering
- Organic and Sustainable Agriculture
- Software Engineering
Please consider an investment in WSU Everett to support the priorities below:
WSU Everett Scholarship Fund
Students thrive in small classes with expert faculty. They develop the knowledge and skills needed for a global economy through work with industry leaders like Boeing and Janicki Industries. The WSU Everett Scholarship Fund allows these students to fully engage in their studies, student life, and community service. Scholarships also help recruit and retain high-achieving students.
Ray Stephanson Leadership Fund
Ray Stephanson Scholars are student leaders with a desire to use their education to benefit the community, qualities in keeping with the fund’s namesake who served as mayor of the City of Everett from 2003 through 2017. Mayor Stephanson was a vocal supporter of The Boeing Company and a champion of strengthening and diversifying the regional economy. Mayor Stephanson and the late WSU President Elson S. Floyd were the driving forces behind the establishment of WSU Everett, Snohomish County’s only four-year research institution. The Boeing Company generously donated funds in recognition of Mayor Stephanson’s service to the community. Scholarships from this endowed fund support the next generation of community and business leaders.
WSU Everett Carson Veterans Scholarship Fund
Students with prior military experience have been some of the greatest leaders on the WSU Everett campus. Investment in this endowed scholarship fund, named for WSU Regent and former Boeing CEO, Scott Carson, will encourage more veterans to pursue higher education and succeed in their academic and professional careers.
Chancellor’s Excellence Fund
Gifts to the WSU Everett Chancellor’s Excellence Fund provide valuable resources to support areas of greatest needs across the Everett campus, including but not limited to improving access to student support services, academic programming and creating opportunities for students to learn, grow and flourish in Everett.
There are many ways you can invest in the advancement of WSU’s newest campus. Contact the WSU Foundation to learn more about ways to make a difference at WSU Everett.