Eagle Preview Day

You’re invited to experience campus, build new connections and get all your EWU questions answered! Saturday, Oct. 9, 10 a.m.

Explore + Adapt

What’s it like to study at EWU? To begin with, it means you’ll work in the field—sometimes literally. Whether you’re in biology, education or psychology, you’ll take classroom knowledge and apply it to real-world settings.

Every EWU program is built to help you develop the skills and experiences you need to get noticed in the job market.

Explore Programs

Alumni with jobs
related to their major

79%

Students who graduate
with professional experience

47%

Students Who
Graduated
Debt-Free

44%

Applicants
Receiving
Financial Aid

72%

Eastern Stories

Fall 2020 Enrollment

12,328

Student Diversity

33%

First Generation College Students

43%

Student to Faculty Ratio

22:1

Areas of
Study

150+

COVID-19 Resources

With the health and safety of our students, faculty, staff and the community as our top priority, EWU is ready to welcome our Eagles for in-person instruction for fall 2021. All members of the campus community are required to be vaccinated and follow state and public health guidelines. Read More

Coronavirus Response

Events Calendar

EWU Libraries

Get assistance outside of class. The library is the intellectual heart of the campus. Join a study group, get tutoring, or use the Writers’ Center. Locate online resources, discuss supporting evidence with a librarian, or even borrow a book.

Go Eags!

Award-winning recreation center? Award-winning intramural sports? Championship club teams? Conference champions in the NCAA? Check them all off the list. EWU supports both your fitness and your fandom. Learn more about: