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Student Identity and Campus Involvement Resource Guide

Associated Students of Washington State University (ASWSU)

  • Represents student interests, needs and welfare within the WSU community at large on issues affecting student life
  • ASWSU is comprised of three arms of government including the Executive, Legislative and Judicial branches. The legislative powers of ASWSU is vested in the ASWSU Senate which is comprised of six (6) senators representing all ASWSU members, ten (10) senators representing ASWSU members certified into academic colleges, four (4) senators representing ASWSU members not certified into an academic college, two (2) delegates representing freshmen students, and one (1) delegate representing the Honors College
  • ASWSU funds more than 15 student committees including the multi-cultural, entertainment, awareness and service committees to provide a variety of programs and services for students and WSU community.

Center for Civic Engagement (CCE)

The Center for Civic Engagement (CCE) offers WSU students, faculty, campus departments and community partners opportunities to share knowledge, skills and resources for the benefit of student learning and the well being of our communities.

Established partnerships with local, regional, national and international organizations provide students with diverse opportunities for learning the skills necessary to create positive change in the world. The CCE offers students:

  • Curricular and co-curricular civic engagement opportunities, local and statewide
  • Individual placements, group projects and internships
  • Leadership and professional development
  • On-line database to seek and record community involvement
  • Scholarships for civic engagement

Center for Fraternity and Sorority Life (CFSL)

The Center for Fraternity and Sorority Life (CFSL) engages fraternity and sorority affiliated students, alumni and (Inter) National Organizations, as well as University faculty and staff, in creating a dynamic environment that enhances the intellectual, creative and practical abilities of all members. The CFSL is dedicated to fostering quality undergraduate fraternity and sorority experiences that build community among all chapters and with the institution through emphasizing founding fraternal principles of Scholarship, Service, Leadership and Lifelong Relationships. 

There are four councils that represent the organizations that make up Fraternity and Sorority Life. They are: 


Online community for students to connect with campus organizations

Culture and Heritage Houses

Diversity Education

Elson S. Floyd Cultural Center

Gender Identity/Expression and Sexual Orientation Resource Center

Graduate and Professional Student Association (GPSA)*

Office for Access Equity and Achievement

Multicultural Student Services


Student Involvement

Women's Resource Center

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