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Summer Advantage 2020 Info

Summer Advantage 2020 Cancelled

Summer Advantage 2020 has been cancelled due to concerns about the course of COVID-19, but you can still take WSU summer courses at a distance. Pullman campus summer courses will be delivered remotely using Zoom and Blackboard, our learning management system. To learn about summer financial aid opportunities visit the Student Financial Services Summer Aid website.

Student Recreation Center

The Student Recreation Center provides opportunities to participate in both sport and leisure activities including basketball, swimming, cardio, weight lifting, and massage therapy.  Summer Advantage students are automatic members of the center and can go there to work out, get a trainer, or sign up for special class sessions.

Outdoor Recreation Center

The Outdoor Recreation Center provides outdoor enthusiasts with all the skills, information, and gear needed for an adventurous journey. You can find trips to take during the summer through the ORC or learn how to rock climb on the rock wall. Summer Advantage participants may also take part in an Adventure Trip during a weekend in mid-July.

Intramural Sports

During Summer Advantage, students can participate in coed softball, ultimate disc, frisbee, 5-on-5 soccer, sand volleyball, and 3-on-3 basketball. Each sporting event offers both a competitive and recreational league that participants can sign up for based on their skill level. Costs are included in your program fee.

Student Clubs and Organizations

There are many student clubs on campus that may be of interest to you. Do you belly dance? Would you like to learn how to play rugby? With 329 registered student organizations, most students can find some way to be involved at WSU. Statistics show that students who are involved are more successful in college.  Summer Advantage participants can get connected to the different clubs and find out about ways to get involved in the campus community.

Pullman Community Events

During the summer you will want to catch the Farmer’s Market and the “Concerts in the Park” series on Wednesdays. Each outdoor musical evening begins with a buffet dinner catered by a local restaurant.