Division of Student Affairs

About Us

Throughout our Division, our professional staff and departments are committed to the success of our Cougs by forming relationship and offering personal outreach, managing safe and inclusive facilities, and ensuring a variety of services are available so that all students will gain a truly transformative experience while at Washington State.

Facilities

  • 2.6 million square feet of Housing and Dining facilities
  • 19 residence halls
  • 9 campus apartment complexes, with single student and family/graduate student options
  • 3 dining centers
  • 2 student centers averaging a total of 14,000 users per day
  • 5 cultural facilities & resource centers
  • 1 comprehensive health services facility with medical and vision clinics, pharmacy, behavior health, counseling and psychological services
  • 75 acres of landscape and hardscape maintenance in apartment complexes
  • 4 unique recreational facilities
  • 16.5 acres of outdoor recreational play fields
  • 1 Apple Certified Campus Store, CORETECH

Professionals

  • 620 Full Time Employees
  • 33 Graduate Assistants, 15 Graduate Student Interns
  • 1500 Undergraduate Student Employees
  • 148 Resident Assistants (RAs)

Impacts

  • 10,562 of our Pullman students live in facilities or within programs that we manage and lead
    • 50+ Active Greek Chapters on campus with nearly 4,200 members
    • 5,400 students living in residence halls
    • 962 students living in campus apartments
  • 9,587 students recorded 85,927 service hours through the Center for Civic Engagement (2016-2017)
  • 133 graduates of Emerging Leaders, a Student Involvement and Leadership Development program
  • 1,100 students registered with the Access Center and over 700 students actively receiving accommodations
  • 398 Registered Student Organizations (RSOs) 
  • 2,349 students frequently use Multicultural Student Services (MSS), 57% are first generation and 52% Pell eligible (2016-2017)
  • 1,793 flu vaccines provided by Health and Wellness Services to students, faculty and staff
  • 900+ allies trained each year by the Gender, Identity Expression, Sexual Orientation Resource Center (GIESORC)
  • 33,370 Health & Wellness Services appointments in the 2017 calendar year, including medical, vision, women's health, behavioral health and nutrition
  • 1,824 students participating in services provided by Counseling and Psychological Services (2016-2017 academic year)