The Canada Education Program and United States Education Program, projects within the Wikimedia Education Program, are efforts to connect university classes with Wikipedians who assist the students in learning about Wikipedia and creating article content. Wikimedia Cascadia provides "campus ambassadors" to classes. Campus ambassadors are Wikipedians who give presentations to the classes about Wikipedia and arrange for the classes to have support in editing. Campuses in the Cascadia region with ambassadors include San Francisco State University and the University of Washington.
- Cornish College of the Arts
- Oregon State University
In 2015, the Oregon State Pi Alpha Xi Horticulture Club will participate in Wiki Education Foundation's first pilot program, "which aims to work with high-achieving student clubs, honor societies, and other student groups interested in contributing content to Wikipedia".
- Portland State University
- 2013: PS 331 - Oregon Politics (Spring Quarter)
During May–June 2013, User:Another Believer worked with Portland State University students enrolled in PS 331 - Oregon Politics as part of Wikipedia's Education Program. The course was instructed by Phil Keisling, director of the Center for Public Service at the Mark O. Hatfield School of Government and former Oregon Secretary of State. Students participating in this project had the opportunity to earn extra credit by writing about a notable Oregon ballot measure.
- Reed College
- Spring 2015: ART354: ART354, Performing Mediation: Video Art from the Studio to the Database (Wiki Education Foundation dashboard link)
- University of British Columbia
- University of Oregon
- 2013: Feminist Science Fiction (Fall)
- University of Washington
- 2012: Ethical Issues in Public Health Genetics
- 2014: ARCHY 483 (AU14)
- 2014: Interpersonal Media (Fall 2014)
- Vancouver Island University