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Eastern Stories


EWU Receives College Spark Washington Grant


College Spark Washington has announced $1.5 million in Community Grants to help low-income students become...

Honey Bee Health Research

Story from The Inlander


The eight white boxes in a weedy, fenced-off field behind the big red barn at...

New Online Accelerated M.Ed. Programs


Building on its legacy as a teaching institute, Eastern Washington University is excited to announce...

Aiko Nagabuchi

Teaching ESL


Aiko Nagabuchi studies teaching English as a second language. The tight-knit community is one of...

Prestigious Summer Assignment for EWU Professor


CHENEY, Washington – Eastern Washington University Associate Professor Gina Mikel Petrie, PhD, has been selected...

Get the Most Out of the New EWU Website


The Digital Communications Team is excited to announce the launch of EWU’s new website on Monday...

National Accreditation for EWU in the High School


The EWU in the High School Program at Eastern Washington University is one of 19...

Scheherajazz Features Music Ensembles

May 31, 2018


Eastern Washington University's Music Department will present an innovative concert collaboration between its distinguished...

Get Tü Class

EWU's weekly video series


Have cart, will travel. Get Tü Class is a weekly video series that showcases Eastern...
Average Tuition
per Quarter

$2,081

Student to
Faculty Ratio

22:1

Students Who
Graduated Debt-Free

43%

Programs of
Study

78

Total Financial
Aid Distributed

$140M

Fourteen teams represent EWU. Men’s teams at Eastern include football, basketball, cross country, tennis and indoor/outdoor track and field. Women compete in volleyball, soccer, basketball, cross country, tennis, golf and indoor/outdoor track and field.

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