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Discover WSU Tri-Cities

RICHLAND — Prospective students and their parents are invited to the WSU Tri-Cities campus for an in-depth tour at 1 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 18.

The “Discover WSU Tri-Cities” program includes a campus tour, an overview of the academic programs for freshmen and transfer students, brief meetings with several professors, and a panel discussion with current students.

WSU Tri-Cities is at 2710 University Drive in Richland. The Discover tour starts in the West Building, downstairs in the Atrium, and lasts about two hours.

Reservations for Discover WSU Tri-Cities are encouraged. Sign up online at www.tricity.wsu.edu, click on “visit.” Or contact the Admissions Office at 509-372-7250 or admiss@tricity.wsu.edu. Appointments also can be made for individual tours.

WSU Tri-Cities now is accepting freshman and transfer applications for the spring 2009 and fall 2009 semesters. Visit www.tricity.wsu.edu, click on “admission.”

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