Division of Student Affairs

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Cougar Community 

We strive to create a welcoming and inclusive campus community for all students through programs, services, and spaces.  

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Engagement & Leadership

Cougs are involved in student organizations, student government, sports, the arts, community service and more. 

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Places & Spaces

Places and spaces for Cougs to find programming and services are located all around the WSU Pullman campus. 

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Safety & Campus Living

Cougs, find the resources you need to make WSU Pullman a safe and comfortable home away from home. 

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Meet the VP

Mary Jo Gonzales brings a wealth of experience and an abundance of enthusiasm to her position of VP Student Affairs at WSU. 

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Initiatives 

Learn more about Student Affairs' ongoing division and university-wide campaigns and initiatives.

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News 

Michael Heim to lead College Assistance Migrant Program

Michael Heim, an academic advisor in Washington State University’s Academic Success and Career Center, is the new director of WSU’s College Assistance Migrant Program. He begins his duties on April 20. Read more on WSU Insider.

Her sights set on law school, WSU senior thankful for her GIESORC family

Washington State University Senior Kylie Lynch has much more on her plate than the usual end-of-the-semester papers and exams. She’s also busy applying to law schools. Her dream is to combine her love of the outdoors with her fascination with law, perhaps working someday for a large outdoor recreation corporation. It wasn’t an easy process for Lynch to come to this realization. Read more about Kylie. 

Student discovers her true calling while tutoring in the Multicultural Center

For as long as she can remember, McKayla Wixom wanted to be a veterinarian. Nothing seemed more rewarding to her than helping a sick or injured animal regain its health and live a full and happy life. She studied hard in high school to make her dream come true—even graduating as her class valedictorian in Vancouver, Wash. Read more about McKayla.

In crisis, the Access Center was there for her

There was never a doubt in Nicolle Peterson’s mind where she was going to college. Her family has strong connections with the University of Washington and she was excited about becoming a husky following graduation from high school in Sumner, Wash.  Read more about the Access Center