We welcome visits from our alumni, prospective students, and interested members of the public. Please visit our Contact Us page for e-mail addresses, telephone numbers, and mail addresses.
- Main Office - Sloan 201
- Our Main Office Staff in Sloan 201 will be able to assist you with your visit.
- Normal Business Hours
- Monday - Friday
8:00 AM - Noon — 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Closed WSU Holidays and Essential operations only December Holiday Reduced Operations.
- Driving and walking address:
Sloan Hall; Room 201; 405 NE Spokane Street; Pullman, Washington
- Telephone (509) 335-8654
- The WSU visitor center and Sloan Hall are shown on this Campus Map.
- You should start your WSU visit at the WSU Visitor Center. You may purchase parking permits and get campus maps at the Visitor Center.
- Information about Parking near our school.
- Parking permits are required in all areas 7:30am to 5:00pm Monday through Friday. Some areas require permits at all times.
- Getting to Pullman
- A more detailed list of options for getting to campus may be found on the Community Life Page.
- Prospective Students should visit with a member of our Student Services Staff.
- Questions about admissions, programs, certification, transfer, and all student related questions. Student Services can all so arrange a laboratory tour of our ME and MSE teaching laboratories.
- Bachelor of Science Degree (Undergraduate) Students
MME specific program application and certification questions:
- Master of Science Degree &
Doctor of Philosophy Degree (Graduate) Students
MME specific graduate program related questions:
- Mary Simonsen
- Graduate Academic Coordinator
- Office: Sloan 203E
- Telephone: 509 335 4546
- E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Prospective students may also want to check the Admissions Student Visits Website for more general information for prospective student visits to campus.
Faculty ProfilesOn this visit we highlight:
Michael R. Kessler
Director and Professor
Ph.D. in Theoretical and Applied Mechanics
from University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in 2002 with MME since 2013, more...
- Polymer Composites Research Group
- Processing and characterization of polymer composites
- Bio-based polymers
- Multifunctional- and nano-composites
- Materials with self-healing functionality
- Thermal analysis of polymers