Below you will find different resources that can be found within Washington State University, click on their title to learn more.
Student Financial Services
The WSU Office of Student Financial Services (SFS) is committed to assisting students in financing their college education. To connect with our office you can call us at (509) 335-9711 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We also have Student Financial Service staff located at the following WSU locations. Click the campus link for more information.
The Crimson Group is a support group for all "dreamers" who wish to learn, lead, and advocate. Through this group students have the opportunity to gain skills and resources to be successful in and out of the university setting while creating relationship and memories with all of their fellow Coug "dreamers".
Learn more about the WSU application process, deadlines or WSU general information.
La Bienvenida es un programa completamente en Español, diseñado para ayudar a los padres de familia a establecer conexión con los recursos de Washington State University. Si usted habla Español, la Bienvenida es el programa al que debe asistir.
MSS seeks to facilitate the best undergraduate experience for multicultural, first generation, and other underrepresented students through the provision or culturally relevant services to enhance their learning and development and foster their successful transition, adjustment, persistence, achievement and graduation.
The Smart Start Program (SSP) is a retention initiative under the guidance and support of the Office of Multicultural Student Services. SSP works to facilitate the successful transition and retention of students whom are first in their family to attend and graduate from a four-year university, during their first year on campus.
Student Support Services (SSS) is a federally-funded TRiO program that provides opportunities for academic development, assists students in meeting basic college requirements, and serves to motivate students towards the successful completion of their post-secondary education.
The Access Center provides accommodations and services to incoming and current WSU students with disabilities, psychological or medical conditions, or temporary injuries that limit heir access to the educational environment.
Office for Equal Opportunity is WSU's central intake office for complaints of Discrimination, Discriminatory Harassment, Sexual Harassment, and Sexual Misconduct.
The Women's Resource Center develops programs to celebrate women's diversity and contributions, while actively confronting societal challenged and obstacles through activism and working for change.
The Cultural and Heritage Houses create a comfortable learning environment that fosters inclusion and intercultural understanding for university personnel and the larger community.
The WSU Office of Student Conduct fosters a developmental approach to student conduct, provides support and guidance to the University community and promotes WSU values and expectations.
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