At a Glance

Overview
  • Founded
  • 1967
  • Tuition & Fees (In-State)
  • $7,398
  • Selectivity
  • Less Selective
  • Academic Calendar
  • Quarter
  • Public/Private
  • Public
  • Religious Affiliation
  • N/A
Location and setting

Suburban

Olympia, WA

Deadlines

N/A

Regular App Deadline

N/A

Early App Deadline

March 1

Financial Aid Deadline

Admissions

Application Information
  • Acceptance rate
  • 97%
  • % Admitted who enroll
  • 30%
  • Application Fee
  • $50
Incoming freshman Class Rankings

65%

Top half of HS class

28%

Top quarter of HS class

11%

Top tenth of HS class
Incoming Freshman SAT Scores
  • Verbal
  • 480-620
  • Math
  • 440-560
  • Writing
  • N/A
Incoming Freshman ACT Scores
  • Composite
  • 20-26
  • English
  • 21-28
  • Math
  • 17-25
  • Writing
  • N/A
Admissions

Less Selective

  • ACCEPTED
  • 97%
  • PERCENT ADMITTED WHO ENROLL
  • 30%
  • ENROLLMENT
  • 3,787

Costs & Aid

Cost: In-State

$7,398

Tuition and fees (in state)

$750

books and supplies

$9,360

room and board

$17,508

Total on campus
Cost: Out-of-State

$23,871

Tuition and fees (out of state)

$750

books and supplies

$9,360

room and board

$33,981

Total on campus
Actual Cost By Income Level (w/Financial Aid)
  • Family Income
  • Cost
  • $0-$30K
  • $9,997
  • $30-$48K
  • $10,452
  • $48-$75K
  • $13,077
  • $75-$110K
  • $18,501
  • $110 & UP
  • $20,789
Financial aid

86%

Receiving Financial Aid

38%

Receiving Federal Grants

48%

Receiving Federal Loans
FINANCIAL AID DEADLINE: March 1

Student Life

Student Body

3,787

Total undergrad enrollment

302

Total grad students

39%

Out-of-state

60%

In-state

1%

International
Students

  • 56%

    FEMALE

  • 44

    MALE
Organizations

78

Student Organizations

0

Fraternities

0

Sororities
Housing

Yes

On-Campus Housing

20%

% of Students living on campus
Student Diversity
  • % American Indian/Alaskan Native
  • 2%
  • % Asian/Pacific Islander
  • 3%
  • % Black or African-American
  • 5%
  • % Hispanic/Latino
  • 11%
  • % White or Caucasian
  • 66%

Academics

Faculty & Classes

21:1

Student:Faculty Ratio

163

Total Faculty (Full-time)

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