Washington State UniversityWashington State UniversityPullman, WA
Washington State University Rating
7 work and family studies majors. Bachelor's degrees, master's degrees, and doctoral degrees are offered. Steep tuition prices. Reasonably priced on-campus housing option. About 27,700 students are enrolled. Presumably dangerous campus. ROTC programs.

Seattle Pacific UniversitySeattle Pacific UniversitySeattle, WA
Seattle Pacific University Rating
4 work and family studies majors. Bachelor's degrees, master's degrees, and doctoral degrees. Very expensive tuition fees. Reasonably priced on-campus housing option. Roughly 4,100 students are enrolled. Relatively safe campus. ROTC programs are offered.

University of Washington SeattleUniversity of Washington SeattleSeattle, WA
University of Washington Seattle Rating
2 work and family studies majors. Bachelor's degrees, master's degrees, and doctoral degrees are offered. Excellent retention rate. Very expensive tuition fees. Reasonably priced on-campus housing option. More than 43,500 students enrolled. Presumably dangerous campus.

Central Washington UniversityCentral Washington UniversityEllensburg, WA
Central Washington University Rating
7 work and family studies majors. Bachelor's degrees and master's degrees are offered. Moderately expensive tuition. Affordable on-campus housing option. Roughly 11,300 students enrolled. Presumably very dangerous campus. ROTC programs.

Bastyr UniversityBastyr UniversityKenmore, WA
Bastyr University Rating
2 work and family studies majors. Bachelor's degrees, master's degrees, and doctoral degrees. Steep tuition prices. Reasonably priced on-campus housing. Over 1,100 students are enrolled. Generally safe campus.

Eastern Washington UniversityEastern Washington UniversityCheney, WA
Eastern Washington University Rating
Bachelor's degrees, master's degrees, and doctoral degrees are offered. Moderately expensive tuition prices. On-campus housing. More than 12,600 students enrolled. Presumably very dangerous campus. ROTC programs are offered.

Peninsula CollegePeninsula CollegePort Angeles, WA
Peninsula College Rating
2 work and family studies majors. Associate's degrees and bachelor's degrees are offered. Cheap tuition costs. Roughly 2,600 students attend this school. Safe campus.

Yakima Valley Community CollegeYakima Valley Community CollegeYakima, WA
Yakima Valley Community College Rating
Associate's degrees. Cheap tuition. Affordable on-campus housing option. Around 4,400 students are enrolled. Presumably dangerous campus.

Bates Technical CollegeBates Technical CollegeTacoma, WA
Bates Technical College Rating
Associate's degrees. Cheap tuition rates. Over 4,200 students. Generally safe campus.

Western Washington UniversityWestern Washington UniversityBellingham, WA
Western Washington University Rating
Bachelor's degrees and master's degrees. Great student retention rate. Moderately expensive tuition rates. Reasonably priced on-campus housing option. More than 14,900 students. Presumably unsafe campus.
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