Washington State University offers more than 200 fields of study that can contribute to majors, minors, or courses of study. At last count, there were more than 85 undergraduate majors possible at WSU.
Counseling Services offers a range of psychological services — including counseling and psychotherapy, groups, workshops and outreach programs, consultation, crisis service, and psychological testing — to WSU students, faculty, and staff.
Disability Resource Center
The Disability Resource Center (DRC) coordinates accommodations for students with disabilities in academics. The center provides educational support services for students and disability awareness training for WSU Tri-Cities faculty, staff and students.
Financial Aid and Scholarships
The Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships recognizes that the pursuit of a college education includes a financial commitment on part of the student and family. We also know that identifying and securing financial resources plays a significant role in planning for college. To this end, we are committed to reducing financial barriers and offer students the best financial aid package possible in the form of institution, state, federal, scholarships, employment, and loans.
The Registrar's Office provides the following services for students, staff, and faculty: registration, transcripts, degree and enrollment verifications, grading, degree clearing, petitions for academic deadlines, and curricular development.
The Office of Student Conduct provides student-centered educational services which promote personal development and individual responsibility.
The Office of Student Involvement in committed to providing students with the resources and opportunities to learn, develop, and have a little fun outside the classroom. The co-curricular programs and student support complement WSU's core values and motivate students to maximize their college experience. Student who make the choice to get involved truly find a BELONGing at WSU Tri-Cities.
The Veterans Center is staffed by the Campus Certifying Official, veteran work-study students, and the VetCORPS navigator. The office provides a one-stop shop for student veterans seeking information about educational benefits and community resources.