The Access Center serves students with permanent physical, sensory and psychological disabilities, chronic health conditions and temporary injuries, with a goal of removing or reducing artificial barriers and providing equal access to learning.
The Office for Access, Equity, and Achievement hosts several outreach and comprehensive support services programs to assist first-generation, low-income, or otherwise underrepresented students in higher education, including students with disabilities and students with undocumented family backgrounds.
Administrative Services/Information Services (ASIS) provides technical support for all Student Affairs departments and their stakeholders.
The Center for Civic Engagement facilitates student and faculty engagement with communities to promote shared knowledge, research, and service to society.
The Center for Fraternity and Sorority Life creates a transformative fraternal experience by challenging, supporting and empowering fraternity and sorority men and women.
- WSU Child Care Resource and Referral is a community service organization dedicated to the provision and development of licensed, quality, affordable early learning environments for all families in Whitman and Asotin Counties.
- We provide parents with referrals to licensed child care providers as well as information on evaluating child care, understanding child development and other parenting issues.
- We offer child care providers access to valuable training, and we provide support services for both new and established programs. We invite you to contact us with any questions or comments.
The Compton Union provides an inclusive environment for all members of the WSU community to come together and engage in academic, social, leadership and cultural activities.
The CougarCard Center provides the CougarCard, the official University ID card, to students, faculty, staff, community members and stakeholders and coordinates the use of the card to provide a wide array of services across the University.
Dining Services is a team of experienced culinary and hospitality professionals dedicated to supporting academic development and success by providing world class food and service.
The Gender Identity, Expression, and Sexual Orientation Center (GIESORC) develops and educates a community of allies and grows lgbtq students who are connected, independent, and competent.
First Scholars is a four-year scholarship program designed to increase the graduate rate of first-generation college students and provide them with personalized leadership and professional development training and mentoring.
Health & Wellness Services supports the mental, emotional, and physical wellbeing of students through health-promoting programs and medical services.
The High School Equivalency Program (HEP) assists migrant and seasonal farmworkers or their children in transforming their lives by providing opportunities for higher education, a long term vocation or training, or military career by earning their high school equivalency diploma.
Housing Services oversees housing assignments for residence halls and apartments, conference housing, and Custodial operations for the department.
The Office of Advancement
The Office of Advancement builds relationships with, and solicits philanthropic gifts/grants from corporations, foundations and individuals to support any and all areas of Student Affairs and to increase ongoing engagement of those donors with WSU students, staff and faculty.
The Office of Multicultural Student Services seeks to facilitate the best undergraduate experience for multicultural, first generation, and other underrepresented students through the provision of culturally relevant services that foster their successful transition, adjustment, persistence, achievement, and graduation.
Residence Life focuses on safety, engagement, and education to provide a transformative on-campus living experience for WSU students.
Student Affairs Area Finance Office
The Area Finance Office is responsible for the overall management of financial and budgetary functions within Student Affairs (Area 02). Staff advise and make recommendations to the Vice President and Student Affairs departments on budget policy, resource planning, allocation, grant processing, and strategic planning.
The Office of Student Conduct upholds the WSU Standards of Conduct for Students in a fair and equitable manner, providing students with educational opportunities when they have made mistakes.
The department of Student Involvement inspires and empowers students and organizations to prepare for life after Washington State University through meaningful involvement.
The Office of Student Media supports, facilitates and empowers student Freedom of Expression through multiple, accessible student-run media formats while promoting engaged citizenship by serving the campus and public with student-created news and information.
TRiO Student Support Services is a “retention-until-graduation” program for eligible students who are either first-generation, low-income, or have a documented disability by providing personalized services developed through the program’s MAP (My Academic Plan).
University Recreation provides recreational services and activities for the Washington State University community that inspire active, healthy, living.
Upward Bound supports low-income and first-generation Okanogan County high school participants in developing the skills, motivation, and cultural competencies necessary to complete high school, succeed in post-secondary , and contribute as citizen-leaders in their communities.
The Women’s Resource Center develops programs to celebrate women’s diversity and contributions, while actively confronting societal challenges and obstacles through activism and working for change.