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Express Transfers for SACM Students from Canada


Saudi students attending academic institutions in Canada will no longer receive sponsorship from the Saudi...

Catalyst Building Construction Begins


Construction on Spokane’s first net zero energy building, featuring Eastern Washington University as the primary...

EWU Breaks Ground on Science Building


Construction on Eastern Washington University’s long-awaited Interdisciplinary Science Center (ISC) is underway after leaders gathered...

Eagles Win Big Sky Presidents’ Cup


The Cup is coming back to Cheney. For the third time in the last four...

EWU Named College of Distinction


Eastern Washington University has been recognized as a 2018-19 College of Distinction, the second consecutive...

EWU Professor Making Migration Music

Story: Idaho Statesman


What if you could compose music to understand how salmon migrate through rivers?

Award Honors EWU in the High School Teacher


Textbooks, paperbacks, atlases and magazines fill every shelf in her classroom. Maps of the world,...

EWU Commencement Photos


Photographs from Eastern Washington University’s 2018 commencement ceremonies are now available on Flickr. Nearly 3,200...

EWU Receives College Spark Washington Grant


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

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