College in the High School students and schools have support from CWU
At Testing Information students will find an explanation of Accuplacer Tests, and downloadable sample questions to help them prepare for math, reading and writing tests. Schools can connect and become an Accuplacer Testing Center.
Academic Success Center
As a CWU student, you have access to the Academic Success Center which includes the University Math Center, The University Writing Centre and PALS (Peer Assisted Labs). These services are located in the Brooks Library and online. To learn more about online services please visit through the link above. Please make sure to use your CWU email address when emailing the tutoring services.
CWU College in the High School students may need assistance with how to transfer CWU credits, how to track college credits while in high school, understand how your financial aid could be impacted, how to apply for college, or understanding the ever changing education policies and practices in higher education. All of these things make transitioning from high school to college or a career a challenge. Making this transition also includes strategic planning, setting goals, and monitoring progress.
Students may seek academic advising through Central Washington University’s highly qualified advisors. We are here to help you succeed! To begin a conversation with an advisor please click on the "Request Advising" link below and fill in the information. You may also call 509-963-1351 to speak to an advisor.
Request Advising link to webform
Student Rights and Responsibilities
The Office of Student Rights & Responsibilities provides a comprehensive array of resources, education, and crisis management services to support student success and development in alignment with Central Washington University’s mission and values. The office is responsible for educating students about their rights and responsibilities as members of the CWU community, upholding community standards, and implementing the Student Conduct Code.
CWU Brooks Library
Students and instructors have access to our online CWU Libraries resources. They can chat with a librarian if they have questions about resources and research, etc. They can look up scholarly articles and save them to their own account. This is an incredible resource and all are encouraged to use it.
To inquire about admittance requirements or plan a visit to see the campus, please visit Admissions
CWU Wildcat Shop
The CWU Wildcat Shop is where you can buy textbooks, supplies, electronics, CWU Swag, clothing, etc.
CWU Disability Services
While 504 and IEP plans do not transfer to CWU, the accommodations that a student has with their school can be used while participating in CWU College in the High School classes. CWU Disability Services is still available if you have any questions.
Career Services emphasizes a holistic approach to career and life planning. They are committed to empowering individuals to enter the competitive and evolving global arena with confidence and competence. Their team-identified values, listed above, serve to guide them in their work.
As a CWU student or staff, you can attend CWU Athletics events. All you need is your CWU Connection Card and to pay the appropriate student fee for the event.