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Student services

Academic success means graduation.  To help you reach your goals, Washington State University has many programs and services to help.  From personalized academic advising to tutoring to learning assistance workshops, you have all the resources necessary to be successful.

These departments work closely together to offer support to you as you develop your career and academic goals as well as research and writing abilities—key components of a WSU education. From your freshman to your senior year, take advantage of all or some of these learning enrichment courses and services.


 

general resources

Advising

Many advisors online appointment setting through SSC Campus. Connect with your advisor, and schedule an appointment if you need help registering for classes, or have other academic needs.

Tutoring

Find additional information on peer tutoring and access online tutoring 24/7 for writing, physics, math, and more.

Scholarships & Aid

Find information on how to pay your bill, accept loans, set up direct deposit and more. Also find how-to videos for students and parents alike.

Glossary of Terms

A list of common terms and acronyms used around WSU.

Crisis Line

Figure out who to contact if you’re in need of emergency assistance, counseling, or if you’re concerned about a student’s well being.

Student Employment

Helpful information and hints on how to find employment while you’re working toward your degree.

Internships 

Helpful information on where to find internships and how to integrate internship work into your day-to-day schedule.

Office of the Dean of Students

Free notary service to WSU students, verification of good standing for graduate or study abroad programs, student conduct advising, and more.

Campus & Community Involvement

 

Getting involved may seem like the last thing you should do if you are looking to improve your grades or find time to do other things.  But decades of research and thousands of personal stories attest to the idea that students involved in activities outside the classroom are more successful.

Whether it is because of the support you receive from others through these activities, the structure they create in your schedule that leads to better time management, or because you just feel good about your college experience, getting involved can get you to graduation.

The campus and community organizations listed below are only a few of the resources available to you. These organizations offer mentoring, academic resources, programs for personal development, and much more.

Center for Civic Engagement

This center offers WSU students, faculty, campus departments, and community partners opportunities to share knowledge, skills, and resources for the benefit of student learning and the well being of our communities. Engagement opportunities range from a couple of hours to week-long trips.

Center for Fraternity and Sorority Life

This center  believes in the values of Greek organizations and exists to challenge, support, and build student leaders. They focus on educational development from an experiential perspective, with hands-on advising and close interaction with the student population. The staff works with more than 45 different organizations and 3,000 students to help them make the most of their college experience.

Student Involvement

This group supports students’ engagement in campus activities and organizations. The staff works with the arts, principally the Compton Union Gallery and the Student Entertainment Board, and with student organizations, leadership programs, and the student government, the Associated Students of Washington State University.