We have compiled a wide range of relevant student resources at Washington State University and beyond for subjects including student health and wellness, personal life, economic assistance, and research resources.
Health & Wellness
Palouse River Counseling (Private Practice)
The Access Center provides accommodations and services to incoming and current WSU students with disabilities, psychological or medical conditions, or temporary injuries that limit their access to the WSU environment.
The primary purpose of the office is to protect the interests, rights, and privileges of students, staff, and faculty at all levels of university operations and programs. The ombudsman is designated by the university to function as an impartial and neutral resource to assist all members of the university community.
The Washington Student Achievement Council provides strategic planning oversight and advocacy to support increased student success and higher levels of educational attainment in Washington.
The Office for Equal Opportunity works closely with professionals in the field of law, human resources, and conflict resolution to address individual and university concerns.
Language and Writing Services
The Professional Editing Service Center (PESC) provides high-quality proofreading and copy-editing services to members of the WSU community, and individuals outside of that community, at competitive rates and with a guaranteed level of quality.
The GPWC offers a number of services to graduate and professional students who would like help with writing. Whether you bring in a polished draft of a dissertation or a brand new cover letter for a job application, the GPWC is able to help.
Conveniently located in the CUB, right in the center of campus, the International Center offers intercultural communication opportunities, leadership roles, and a variety of global programs for the campus and community.
The International Students’ Council (ISC) is one of ASWSU’s largest committees and is the official voice of Washington State University’s international student population.
Children & Family
Rosario's Place was created to offer student-parents FREE gently used clothing for children 6 and younger years of age and has expanded to include books, small toys, diapering products, and limited baby gear. The boutique also provides gently used winter coats for adults.
Washington State University 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). (one-time $50 registration fee).
ECEAP (Early Childhood Education and Assistance Program) and Head Start provide free services and support to eligible children and their families. They serve children who are from low income families or who have developmental or environmental risk factors that could interfere with school success. They help children and families get ready for kindergarten.
The Child Care Subsidy Programs help families to pay for quality child care through either: Working Connections Child Care, or Seasonal Child Care.
The TRIO Student Support Services Program Food Pantry is a resource open to WSU students in need of emergency food and/or hygiene products.
Food bank, affordable housing services, energy assistance, rent gap assistance.
Food assistance; an electronic card that allows individuals with low income to purchase groceries at participating grocery stores.
CISER statisticians offer Engaged Statistical Learning to faculty and graduate students in supporting units. Engaged Learning aims to improve general understanding of statistical methods and techniques by working closely with a statistician on problems related to their research.
Core lab units make specialized research instrumentation and services available to WSU faculty and student researchers, as well as to external clients.