Address: 526 5th St, Cheney, WA 99004, United States
Eastern Washington University is one a regional, comprehensive public university. This campus is known as EWU. EWU founded in 1882 and this university is academically divided into four colleges such as The College of Arts, Letters & Education, The College of Business & Public Administration, The College of Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics, and The College of Social Science & Behavioral Sciences and Social Work. Eastern Washington University was established in 1882 by a $10,000 grant from express man Benjamin Pierce Cheney, and was originally known as Benjamin P. Cheney Academy to honor its founder. The main campus of Eastern Washington University is located in Cheney. A branch campus, known as the River point Campus is located in Spokane, Washington and is shared with Washington State University. EWU also offers degree programs in Bellevue, Everett, Kent, Seattle, Shoreline, Tacoma, Vancouver (Washington) and Yakima As of fall 2014, Eastern Washington University enrolled over 13,000 graduate and undergraduate students at both its Cheney and Spokane campuses. EWU offers more than 100 fields of study, 10 master’s degrees, seven graduate certificates, 55 graduate programs of study and an applied doctoral program of physical therapy.