Aerial view of the the Engineering and Design district at Washington State University.

Facilities Modernization

Voiland College of Engineering and Architecture is modernizing its facilities to support the future forward needs of teaching and research in engineering and architecture.

Modernizing our facilities will:

  • Provide classrooms, teaching labs and learning spaces that are adaptable for future technologies in engineering and design instruction.
  • Support industry workforce needs that flex with industry’s technological advances.
  • Enhance the capabilities of researchers, and our research partners.
  • Provide a one-stop location for student support services, organizations, and clubs.
  • Create a variety of spaces that support multi-function uses where student and faculty can create and share ideas.
  • Proudly present the activities of our students and faculty.

Latest News

Schweitzer Engineering Hall

The WSU community gathered on the Pullman campus to break ground on a new state-of-the-art educational building.



Rendering of buildings labeled with their expected phase of development.
Phase I (Schweitzer Engineering Hall) and Phase II are located on the Green parking lot south of Daggy and Carpenter halls. Phase III is located on the sites of Dana Hall, the Electrical Engineering and Mechanical Engineering Building, and Sloan Hall. Phase IV is a future phase on the site of Daggy Hall.
Concept art of a multi-story university building.
Schweitzer Engineering Hall is the first step in revamping our engineering and design district to better meet students’ needs. 
Bird's eye view rendering of multi-story university buildings surrounded by green lawns.
Voiland College is re-imagining and developing spaces to better serve the needs of today’s engineering and design students.


Voiland College students discuss the need for new facilities that help support their educational goals.