Campus Leadership & Service
Associated Students of WSU Tri-Cities (ASWSUTC)
The ASWSUTC is the official student association for all registered students attending WSU Tri-Cities. The elected student leaders represent student interests, needs, and welfare on behalf of the WSU Tri-Cities students.
Registered Student Organizations
WSU Tri-Cities offers a wide span of clubs created and run by our students. You can see the current status of our Registered Student Organizations and get more information about what they offer at the CougSync.
Explore your interests, challenge yourself and discover new things with the Office of Student Involvement! Whether it's student government (advancing advocacy and the betterment of the student who attend your college for), a common interest club (either related or completely unrelated to your academic interest), being a student ambassador, working on campus, promoting or coordinating events, or volunteering in the community, there are countless options available to you. Explore until you find something that fits.
Represent WSU Tri-Cities at large, act as a voice for our campus and interact with prospective students and parents, alumni and community members by being a Student Ambassador. Not only do you get the warm fuzzies of being a face of WSU Tri-Cities, but there are some benefits to be gained from this position, like tuition waivers (depending on how many credits you're taking) and leadership experience for your résumé.