- Office of the Dean of Students
- Access Center
Learn what's needed to document and receive reasonable accommodation for a disability.
- Center for Advising and Career Development
This center provides academic and career advising and mentoring. Undecided students are assigned an academic advisor in the CACD.
- Gender Identity/Expression and Sexual Orientation Resource Center
GIESORC promotes a safe and welcoming campus climate that fosters education, empowerment, and tolerance for LGBTQA students, faculty, and staff.
- Multicultural Student Services
MSS works to promote the successful transition, persistence, achievement, and graduation of multicultural students.
- Student Assistance Programs
Student Assistance serves as an initial point of reference for students facing challenges, either academic or personal, affecting their college experience.
- University Ombudsman
The ombudsman provides information on WSU policies and procedures and helps resolve problems and grievances through informal investigation and mediation.
- Women's Resource Center
This center assists, supports, and mentors women at WSU and serves as a home base for many programs and projects presented by women's groups on campus.
Assistance with Course Work
- Writing Center
The Writing Center offers free peer tutoring and other services to assist undergraduate and graduate students with college writing assignments.
- Math Study Hall Sessions
Free tutor-assisted study halls are offered during fall and spring semesters by the Department of Mathematics.
- Peer Tutoring
One-on-one tutoring is available in a number of subjects beginning at $10/hour.
WSU is a member of the Northwest eTutoring Consortium, which offers free online tutoring to all WSU students in accounting, anatomy and physiology, biology, chemistry, economics, math (through calculus), Microsoft Office 2007, Spanish, statistics, and writing.
- Honors College
The Honors College offers a rigorous academic experience for high-achieving scholars from many backgrounds and majors. Although the typical student enters directly from high school, applications are also accepted from current college students.
- McNair Achievement Program
Undergraduates planning to pursue a Ph.D. who (a) qualify as low-income and first-generation OR (b) are from a group underrepresented in graduate education may be eligible for the federally funded McNair Achievement Program. Students should apply at the end of freshman year.
- Student Support Services Program
This program supports students with academic need who are also first-generation college students, low-income, or having a documented disability. Application is required.
Quick Start video tutorials
Watch these short and to-the-point videos from ASWSU to learn how more about using zzusis and accessing financial aid information.