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Human Resources
Mitchell 1st Floor, MS: 7425
Phone: (509) 963-1202
Fax: (509) 963-1733
HR@cwu.edu

Learning and Development

Central Washington University encourages employees to obtain knowledge, skills, and abilities that not only allow them to contribute effectively to the mission and goals of the university, but also to improve their opportunities for career advancement.


Development Opportunities for Staff & Faculty:

  • Washington State Department of Enterprise Services

    Washington State Department of Enterprise Services (DES) offers a variety of instructor-led courses at 1500 Jefferson in Olympia, the South Puget Sound Community College in Lacey, and other sites. The cost for their courses range from $120 to $300 per day. CWU does not have access to the State LMS system or their online trainings. To register for the in-person trainings call (360) 664-1921 or use the online form to submit your training registration request. The class offerings can be found at DES Training and Development.

  • Go2Knowledge Webinar

    Central Washington University has a Go2Knowledge Webinar subscription with Innovative Educators. CWU faculty and staff have unlimited access to live and on-demand professional development webinars that cover a variety of topics.

    To access these webinars, please visit the Go2Knowledge. Sign in or create an account using your CWU email address. Then simply click on the webinar you would like to view and follow the instructions.

    Questions? Please contact Trista Drake-Jones in the Office of the Associate Provosts at trista.drake-jones@cwu.edu or at 509-963-1404.

  • Education Benefit

    Educating the citizens of Washington State is integral to Central Washington University’s mission. CWU encourages and supports its employees to continue their education by taking CWU classes as prescribed by the education benefits policy: CWUP 2-30-050 Education Benefits for CWU Staff.

  • Auditing a CWU Course

    To audit a course, an employee needs to fill out the Schedule Change Form and present to the course instructor for signature. Then the form needs to be submitted to the Office of the Registrar. To receive the education benefit ($15 tuition), refer to the Education Benefits procedure.