PULLMAN, Washington — Washington State University has record enrollment this fall, registering 29,686 students at its campuses across the state.
The additional 1,000 students represent a 3.5 percent increase from the previous record, set last fall semester.
Undergraduate enrollment increased at WSU Pullman, WSU Tri Cities, WSU Vancouver, WSU Global and WSU North Puget Sound at Everett. Enrollment at WSU Health Sciences Spokane remained flat.
The largest growth occurred at WSU Tri-Cities, where undergraduate enrollment increased by more than 13 percent.
Once again, WSU enrolled the largest incoming freshmen class in its history, recording a total freshman enrollment of 4,727 statewide.
Washington State continues primarily to serve in-state students, as 85 percent of all current WSU undergraduates reside in Washington.