The small campus feel that is WSU Spokane is ideal for breaking down barriers between the disciplines. You’ll see future physicians working at campus health fairs alongside future nurses, pharmacists, dieticians, speech pathologists, exercise specialists and others. As a student at WSU Spokane you will learn how your field fits in with what others do as you earn your graduate degree or complete a bachelor’s degree.

Academic & Writing Support »

Learning specialists, writing specialist, graduate & professional writing center, peer tutoring, eTutoring, and information on the Jr writing portfolio and Academic reinstatement.

Career Services »

Information and assistance for students and employers.

Cougar Card »

Use your cougar card for discounts around town.

Faculty Resources »

Helpful links for faculty.

Faculty Toolkit »

The academic success of WSU Spokane students is our number one concern. As faculty working with students, you are in the best position to be the most effective in helping and retaining these students. The toolkit is intended to help WSU Spokane faculty in retaining students.

International Students »

For F-1 students currently enrolled in the Student and Exchange Visitor Information System (SEVIS) and in pursuit of a full course of study at WSU Spokane.

Transcript Requests »

How to request your transcript.

Student Handbook (pdf) »

Handbook full of information for students.

Conduct (pdf) »

Standards of conduct for students.

Campus Orientation »

Activities and information for new students.

Campus Resources

The Bookie (Book store) »
Security »

Parking »
Child Care »
Diversity »
Library »
Food on Campus »

Room Scheduling »
Clery Report »
Security »
Campus Alert »

Campus Safety Plan »
Emergency Management »
Tech Support »

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Phone: 509-358-7978
Fax: 509-358-7538

Academic Center, 130
600 N. Riverpoint Blvd
PO Box 1495
Spokane, WA 99210-1495

Hours: M-F, 7:30 AM - 5:00 PM