Chris Miller, our WSU Online career counselor, provides career advising free of charge. To get the process started, submit a career counseling consent form. Check out Chris’s blog WSU Career Guide! Also see CougLink, which offers career management services include career events, job fairs, on-campus interviews, resume writing services, in addition to job and internship connections.
WSU has an online writing tutorial program available to its students through eTutoring.org. eTutoring also offers tutoring help in math, statistics, accounting, and biology.
Services available include internet access to databases, reference assistance, borrowing WSU-owned books and other circulating materials, and photocopies of non-circulating materials. Check out the designated Distance Librarian.
One of the most essential steps of Washington State University's financial aid process is the completion of the Free Application for Federal Student Aid, commonly referred to as the FAFSA. See our Financial Aid Quick Links for access to a simple 7-step video tutorial to help you complete the form.
The CougarCard is your official University ID. You can use it for everything from access to athletic events to purchasing books from The Bookie. You can even link it to your debit card by upgrading to CougarCard Maxx.
The Veterans and Military Affairs Committee is dedicated to providing services for active duty, military veterans, and their families, who selflessly devote their lives to protect and serve our country. Various services and support will be made available. Please contact the chair, Kelsea Holbrook, in order to inquire about the benefits or become a member of this committee. Kelsea can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org