A “one-stop shop” for new or returning students looking for information about campus resources and student life at WSU.
The ASCC offers structured services including academic advising, peer tutoring, and academic success coaching that aid student success. They also serve current students, alumni and employers in the exploration and pursuit of a fulfilling employment partnership.
Information on the more than 300 clubs and organizations, including the Transfer Student Alliance and Tau Sigma National Transfer Honor Society, at WSU.
Nestled amidst golden hills, Pullman is where people are friendly, experiences are epic, and fun is as big as the wide, blue sky.
Look here for individualized guidance and support for students and families. SFS strives to keep student success central while providing the highest level of service, and equal opportunity in the awarding of funds at all WSU campuses.
Browse hundreds of employment opportunities for students across a wide variety of fields on campus.
WSU offers a wide variety of options to live on campus and also a guide to Off Campus Housing and Living.
Information on the various health and wellness services WSU offers.
The Children’s Center provides care for the children of WSU students, staff, and faculty. We serve children from the age of 6 weeks through 12 years (5th grade).
Information on this page ranges from how to apply for VA education benefits to joining the ASWSU Student Veterans Committee.
WSU and its various colleges reserve the right to change the rules regulating admission to, instruction in, and graduation from WSU and any other regulations affecting the student body. Regulations applicable to transfer credit include 4, 6, 14, 15, 29, 31, and 34.