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Office of the Dean of Students

The Office of the Dean of Students is operating Monday - Friday, from 8am - 5pm.

Phone and video appointments are available Monday - Thursday 5pm - 7pm.

We look forward to connecting with you!


Emergency Student Funding Request

Student Emergency Funds are available for students experiencing financial emergencies related to housing, food, health care, and materials required for classes in the current online instruction environment. (This is not an exhaustive list.) These Emergency Funds are available thanks to generous donations from donors.

Schedule an Appointment Online

Request an appointment with a Student Care Case manager. Appointments can take up to 2 days to confirm; critical, non-medical needs will be prioritized above all other appointments. If you need immediate assistance, please give us a call at 509-335-5757 instead. For medical care, contact Cougar Health Services.

Concerned About a Student?

Submit a Student Care Network Referral regarding a student’s emotional or psychological well-being, physical health, or academic performance. When students are in distress, early intervention can make a big difference in outcomes.

Contact Our Staff



*The Office of the Dean of Students may communicate with students through a communication system called Maxient.  If you receive a notification that you have a Maxient letter for pickup, please ensure you read that communication promptly.

Questions about Coronavirus?

Please refer to the primary source of official information for the WSU system at the COVID-19 dedicated site featuring regular updates.

Food Pantry

Students can fill out this form to request food or call (509) 335-1280. Donations are welcome to the WSU Pullman Food pantry, and can be directed to the Office of Access & Opportunity. *Please refer to the map below for directions to the Lighty Building east side entrance.

Campus & Community Resources

Campus resources and support are provided to all students. We have also compiled a list of community resources that may be helpful to students across the WSU system.

COVID-19 Questions suggestions and recommendations from the WSU community can be sent to

We are your partners in navigating your WSU experience. This might include working through a complex process, answering questions, or connecting you to a much-needed resource.

Food Pantry Go Bags

The Office for Access and Opportunity, Women*'s Center, Center for Civic Engagement, and Office of the Dean of Students are partnering to coordinate food pantry go-bags for Washington State University students here at the Pullman campus.  

Food Pantry Go Bags are a way to provide food while respecting social distancing guidelines to keep all members of our community safe. We will do our best to ensure each bag contains a variety of protein, grains, vegetables, fruit, and snacks. We also have a limited supply of hygiene items and safe sex supplies.

Students can fill out this form to request food and schedule pick-up. If you have questions about this request form, contact the Office for Access & Opportunity at or (509) 335-1280. 


We are so appreciative of the greater Coug community with their on-going interest to support the food pantry on the Pullman campus. Due to these changing and uncertain times, more and more of our WSU undergraduate and graduate students are seeking food and hygiene assistance. Monetary donations received will be used to replenish, as needed, our pantry’s inventory of food items such as grains, proteins, soups, canned vegetables and fruits, and other non-perishable items to help meet the needs of students utilizing this resource.

Donations can be directed to our Division of Student Affairs | WSU Pullman Food Pantries for Students Fund here with an indication that this specific donation is to support the food pantry. We thank you for your continued support and generosity. 

*The map above outlines the pick-up location for the WSU Pullman Food Pantry Go Bag Program.

What We Do

On a daily basis, we are helping students work through:

  • Access to support systems
  • Emergency financial needs
  • Housing insecurity
  • Food insecurity
  • Academic policies
  • Crisis and emergency situations
  • Connect to other students
  • Academic integrity
  • Conduct and behavior issues