PULLMAN, Wash. – Learning everything from ancient European combat to how to invest in the stock market, Cougar Quest students are truly making the most of their college experience, all six days of it.
 
These students, grades 7-12, are part of the Cougar Quest summer camp offered on the WSU Pullman campus. This program is designed for college-bound students who wish to challenge themselves academically, as well as experience college life first-hand.
 
During their week stay, students attend three workshops that they choose from a menu of more than two-dozen offerings. Each workshop is hands on and designed to be highly engaging. Most are taught by WSU professors. Between workshops, students tour the campus and attend various social events with their fellow student participants.
 
Two weeks of camp are offered, one to accommodate students, grades 7-9, and another for students grades 9-12.
 
The photos above are courtesy of the Cougar Quest website. For an extensive gallery visit click the following link.