Address: 2710 Crimson Way, Richland, WA 99354, United States
WSU Tri-Cities campus (WSU-Tri-cities or Tri-cities) is an urban campus along the Columbia River in northern Richland, Washington. It located in Richland, Washington, USA and established in 1989 as one of three regional campuses for Washington State University. It offers 17 baccalaureate, 14 masters, and 7 doctoral degree programs. It also has strong community support and partnership, especially with the nearby Pacific Northwest National Laboratory. And also partners with Miss Tri-Cities. It has been involved in wine related research in 1930s. This university has 1,553 students. In 2011, it was the largest class in the history of campus with 487 degrees conferred. It conferred 267 bachelor’s degrees, 77 master’s degrees and doctorate in 2009. After that, it has also a neighboring bike path that follows the Columbia River and connects to nearby parks in Richard WA. Washington States University Tri-Cities has been involved in wine related research since the 1930s. This university is involved in ceremony for a Wine Science Center on September 26, 2013.