Looking for resources to assist you in your studies? Brooks Library at CWU offers a wide range of books, periodicals, journals, and other research materials accessible both in-person and electronically, in addition to 24/7 chat assistance, subject-specific librarians, laptop and A/V equipment check-out, and much more.
The Learning Commons supports student excellence through peer-to-peer collaboration. Services are offered in-person and virtually, and include academic coaching, tutoring, and training for skills such as time management, studying, and note-taking.
Need help figuring out your degree path, what your graduation requirements will be, or just deciding which classes you should take next quarter? Your advisor is here to help! With both First Year and Exploratory advisors as well as Major advisors, CWU Academic Advising will ensure that you have the guidance you need no matter where you are at in your academic career.
Support network members often want to know when each academic term begins and ends in order to make arrangements for travel and vacation. The academic calendars can be found on the Office of the Registrar website using the left navigation for Academic Calendar & Catalogs.
Looking for information about living on- or off-campus? Look no further. Our Housing department is ready to assist you with knowledgeable staff and safe, clean, and comfortable living environments that provide a strong community living experience while promoting diversity, tolerance, and cultural competence.
CWU’s Disability Services team is available to assist with identifying barriers to access and approving/instituting accommodations for all of our students, staff and faculty with disabilities. They also provide advisement, consultation and training on a variety of disability-related matters.
CWU Parking is an affordable option for students who want to park their cars on campus. Permits are required for students and guests and can also be purchased online.
Getting involved on campus is crucial to the success of our students. Clubs, organizations, teams, and other groups are a great support network for CWU students and provides opportunities to create life-long friendships. For more information, visit our CWU Student Involvement website.
The Transfer Center helps transfer students make a seamless transition from their previous institution(s) to CWU. It provides pre-admission advising, transition support, and assistance establishing connections to the campus community and its many resources.
The place on campus to get your CWU swag and textbooks is the Wildcat Shop in the Student Union & Recreation Center. Online orders are available for textbooks, gifts, and clothing.