An Established Tradition
The College of Arts & Sciences at Washington State University Tri-Cities is committed to providing the best educational experience at a research university.
Faculty within the college are known nationally and internationally for their research and scholarship, and that expertise is shared with undergraduates and graduates in the classroom.
Students are now able to major in traditional fields within the Liberal Arts — such as English, History, and Psychology — as well as ground-breaking new ones, such as Digital Technology & Culture. Students can also pursue a degree in any of our Sciences fields (Biological, Chemical and Environmental sciences) or further their graduate work in a variety of masters programs.
As the College of Arts & Sciences grows, students at WSU Tri-Cities will have more degree choices than ever before.
Welcome to our new faculty members! Michelle Balaev, Assistant Professor of English; Mikhail Balaev, Assistant Professor of Sociology; and Sena Clara Creston, Clinical Assistant Professor of Fine Arts, joined our Arts & Sciences faculty in Fall 2013. Read their CVs and brief bios on our Faculty page.
Deadline to change from pass/fail to letter graded.
Last day to add a course for this term with appropriate signatures.
Last day to apply for an undergraduate degree for December 2013 with $75 late fee.
Deadline for cancellation of enrollment from WSU
The last day of instruction for the term.
Final grade submission ends.
Final Grades available.
January 31, 2014
Last day for undergraduate students to have all requirements completed and finalized to be considered a candidate for the class of December 2013.
February 6, 2014: “Slavery in the Northwest: The Charles Mitchell Story” with Eva Abram
March 6, 2014: “Stories in Stone: Travels Through Urban Geology in Washington State” with David B. Williams
April 3, 2014: “Why Culture Matters: An Anthropological Approach to Our Lives” with Christina Fusch