Register for Student Affairs Symposium April 13
The 2017 Student Affairs Spring Symposium is will be held 8:30 a.m.-4 p.m. Thursday, April 13. Programming will feature keynote speaker Vice President of Student Affairs Mary Jo Gonzales. Breakout sessions will center around student focus, professional development, equity and inclusion, and leadership. Registration is free and opens soon. Register for the symposium online, or for more information, email Chris Van Drimmelen at firstname.lastname@example.org.
It is estimated that nearly half of all college students in the U.S. are insecure about reliable access to food, and it's no different for WSU students. Student Affairs offers this program to provide eligible students with funds for use at Dining Services operations.
High roommate satisfaction is consistently one of the highlights at WSU of the annual national college experience assessment Skyfactor, formally known as the Educational Benchmarking Inc. (EBI) Survey. In November every residence hall student was invited to participate in the 100-question survey, which included four questions asking whether or not their roommate respects their private time, study time, sleep time and property.
Our university belongs to all of us, and we are all valued members of the Cougar Nation. It's important for students to know what resources are available for them here on our campus.
Study abroad is an important part of any college student’s educational experience — those who study abroad perform better in the classroom and have higher graduation rates.
Donations make global learning possible for first generation college students. Donate to Cougs Give on March 28.
Learn more about Loundyne “L.D.” Hare, winner of an Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship from the U.S. Department of State to study abroad in Spain this summer. Hare is the 47th Cougar since 2006 to receive the Gilman scholarship, which helps students participate in a study-abroad experience.