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Review the on-campus resources listed below for some of the areas we can help connect you to.
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- Academic Integrity: Learn more about the policies that ensure academic honesty at WSU.
- Academic Success and Career Center (ASCC): Get help with tutoring, academic advising, and on campus jobs.
- Access Center: Accommodations for students with permanent or temporary injuries or disabilities.
- International Programs: Coordination for international students coming to WSU, or students enrolling abroad.
- Global Campus: Learn more about taking online courses and talk with an advisor.
- Libraries: Resources and study spaces to aid you in your coursework.
- Registrar's Office: Assistance with registration, enrollment, academic records, and more.
- Writing Program: Assistance for the Writing Placement Exam, Undergraduate Writing Center, Graduate and Professional Writing Center, and University Writing Portfolio.
- Bursar's Office: Student account information, receivables, loans, and collections.
- Financial Aid: Learn about the types of financial aid, deadlines, and eligibility.
- Handshake: Find a job during your time as a student.
- Student Emergency Funding: Review eligibility and apply for emergency funding from WSU.
Food & Clothing
- Cougs Feeding Cougs:
- The Cougar Food Pantry is a fully stocked pantry in the CUB available to any student.
- Cougar Meal Swipe Program allows students to donate leftover meal plan dollars to Cougs in need.
- Gender Fluid Fashion Closet: Located in the Gender Identity/Expression & Sexual Orientation Resource Center in CUB 401.
- Rosario's Place: Gently used items for children up to 6 years of age, located in the Women*s Center in Wilson-Short Suite 8.
- Student Care Network: Learn about food assistance programs based on campus.
- SNAP food benefits: Apply for the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program through the state of Washington.
- Cougs Feeding Cougs:
- Access Center: Accommodations and services for students with disabilities, psychological or medical conditions, and temporary injuries.
- Cougar Health Services: Healthcare designed just for Cougs.
- Counseling and Psychological Services
- Medical Clinic
- Vision Clinic
- Dining Services: Connect with a Registered Dietitian about options for allergies, special dietary needs, and other resources.
- Food Assistance: Learn about options for healthy, sustainable food options.
- University Recreation (UREC): Find opportunities for activity that will also help you in classes and find community at WSU.
Housing & Dining
- Cougar Choice Housing: Learn about off-campus housing options through the ASWSU committee.
- Dining Services: Find delicious food options on campus at reasonable prices.
- Dining Centers
- Espresso Bars
- Campus Vending
- Compton Union Building
- First-year Live-in Requirement: Learn about the Washington Administrate Code that requires first-year students to live on campus.
- Housing Accommodations: Work with the Access Center for accommodations like ADA compliant rooms, single occupancy rooms, shared/private baths, room modifications or low allergen environments.
- Housing Insecurity:
- Housing & Dining Financial Services: Reach out if you're experiencing financial difficulty, including possible eviction.
- On-Campus Showering Facilities: Locker rooms and showers are available at the Student Recreation Center and Chinook Student Center.
- Residence Hall Hotel Space: Temporary housing is available in WSU residence halls.
- Residence Hall Storage Space: Several options exist that allow students to store their belongings in Pullman.
- Housing Services: Assistance for residence hall and WSU apartments from billing to maintenance.
- Residence Life: Resident Advisors and full-time Residential Education Directors offer support and connection to campus resources.
- University Approved Housing- Center for Fraternity and Sorority Life: Fraternities and Sororities wishing to house first-year students must go through the University Approved Housing process.
Identity & Campus Involvement
- Associated Students of Washington State University (ASWSU): Connect with the student government for undergrads and the 15 subcommittees that provide programs and services.
- Center for Civic Engagement (CCE): Engage with the community through service and activism.
- Center for Fraternity & Sorority Life (CFSL): Learn more about the four student-led councils that work with sorority and fraternity chapters.
- Center for Student Organizations & Leadership: Get involved with student orgs and leadership programming.
- Coug Presence: Find student organizations and events happening on campus.
- Graduate & Professional Student Association (GPSA): Representation for graduate and professional students.
- Office for Access & Opportunity: Resources for first-gen, low-income, and underrepresented students.
- Peer Health Educators: Workshops and education from student ambassadors on health and safety.
- Social Justice Peer Educators: Student-led workshops on social justice topics.
- Student Centers:
- Office of Veterans Affairs: Support for military-affiliated students at WSU.
Safety & Transportation
- Annual Security and Fire Reports (Clery Act): Information on campus security and crime statistics.
- Center for Community Standards: Helps students understand community standards and provides education.
- Compliance and Civil Rights (CCR): Provides education, advice, and assistance for compliance issues.
- Emergency Blue Light Phones: Request emergency services across campus.
- Emergency Management: WSU's emergency planning and procedures.
- Environmental Health & Safety (EHS): Develops and implements WSU's safety policies and procedures.
- Transportation Services: Parking facilities and transportation options on campus.
- WSU Police Corps Program: Students working as volunteers for the WSU Police Department.
- WSU Police Department: On-campus police support.
- Academic Outreach and Innovation (AOI): Provides livestreaming and other technical support for classes and events.
- Coug Presence: Find events and student organizations.
- Crimson Service Desk: On-campus help desk for students.
- MyWSU: Student information portal for finances, classes, housing contracts, and more.
- Technology Use Guidelines: WSU's policies on technology and academics.
- Academic Integrity: WSU's policy to ensure academic honesty is upheld.
- Community Standards (Student Handbook): Student rights and responsibilities that help make campus safe and inclusive.
- Executive Policy 15: Policy prohibiting discrimination and harassment.
- First Year Live-In Requirements: Policy on first year students living on campus.
- University Expectations for Use of Alcohol: Policies and possible sanctions for alcohol use.