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CAHNRS Faculty and Staff Awards Nominations begin October 18. Learn more about the selection process.

Bailey Sherley

Bailey Sherley

Expected Graduation: Spring 2024

Hometown: Ellensburg, WA

Major: Agricultural and Food Business Economics


Extracurricular Involvement:

WSU Young Farmers and Ranchers

 

Get to Know Bailey:

What is special about being a CAHNRS Coug?


Being a CAHNRS Coug is a really unique experience because the CAHNRS college incorporates a variety of majors. There are so many great people who come from all walks of life and have a variety of passions. It is really cool to be part of such a diverse yet cohesive group!

Why WSU


Growing up I was always involved in the agricultural industry, and I knew it was something I wanted to continue to be a part of! I wanted to stay in Washington state for school and WSU has one of the best agricultural programs in the state, making WSU the perfect fit for me! Not to mention I am a third-generation coug!

Advice for Underclassmen


My advice for an incoming WSU freshman or transfer student is to get involved! It is a great way to meet new people, and you never know what hobbies or interests you may discover by getting involved.

Questions for Bailey? Email her at Bailey.Sherley@wsu.edu .