Office of the Provost
Barge 303
(509) 963-1404

Setting You Up For Success

Whether you're new to Central Washington University or if you're nearing graduation, we want you to be successful, both in and out of the classroom. Below are resources available to you that promote your health, wellbeing, and academic success.

General Education Requirements:

Academic Assistance and Tutoring:

  • CWU Learning Commons

    Located in the CWU Brooks Library, the Learning Commons provides students with resources to help them develop skills and habits that accelerate learning and deepen their understanding of course content. The Learning Commons offers assistance through the University Writing Center, University Math Center, the Peer-Assisted Learning (PALs) program, and Academic Coaching. ETutoring is also available.

  • Academic Achievement Programs

    Academic Achievement Programs is comprised of TRIO Student Support Services, CWU's College Success Foundation Programs, the Wildcat Academic Success Center, and the Educational Opportunity Center. Each of these programs are intentionally designed to increase a student's overall academic success by providing individual, tailored support to participants.


Health & Well-Being:

  • Student Health Services

    CWU Student Health Services provides its students with primary medical care through an on-campus medical clinic, which is staffed with board certified advanced nurse practitioners, registered nurses, licensed practical nurses, a medical assistant and a registered medical technologist.

  • Counseling Services

    Counseling Services employs licensed counselors, psychologists and doctoral interns to provide CWU students with counseling and mental health services.

  • Wellness Center

    The CWU Wellness Center provides education, awareness, and health promotion for CWU students around the Dimensions of Wellbeing. Their focus areas are Mental Health Education and Help Seeking Behaviors, Substance Misuse Prevention and Recovery Support, and Sexual Assault Response and Violence Prevention.

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