Immerse yourself in a multicultural University and surrounding community. Share your story as you become part of ours.
Meet new people, explore new cultures, join student government or a student club, volunteer, and get credit for international learning—it is all available right here on campus.
Essential information about maintaining your visa status, bringing dependents to WSU, employment regulations, and more.
Located in the CUB, The International Center is your campus living room—a comfortable place where international students and friends gather to relax, socialize, and study.
The International Center offers a variety of resources:
- Computers and free printing
- Free tea and coffee
- Comfortable lounge with TV and kitchenette
- Quiet study space
Social events at the International Center frequently highlight international cultural customs and traditional U.S. celebrations.
The Office of International Programs is here to support all your international activities. You are always welcome to contact us. We will help you find the people and information you need.
Faculty-Led Study Abroad
Are you developing a faculty-led study abroad program?
The Office of International Programs has all the information you need to build and maintain international programs that meet educational goals and provide a great experience for everyone involved.
Hosting and Hiring
If your department works with international employees or visiting scholars, the Office of International Programs can help you and your international colleagues meet WSU requirements and comply with U.S. government regulations.
Donations, connections, and contributions are welcome and needed. We will work with you in person to make sure your contribution supports the University’s goals—and yours.
For instance, you could help:
- Bring international students to WSU
- Fund a research program
- Increase international engagement on campus
- Build scholarship programs
- Provide study abroad opportunities