Student Support

As a Wildcat, we're here to support you through every step of your academic journey. Explore our student support services below to get assistance where you need it, when you need it.

Diversity and Equity Center (DEC)

The DEC supports the needs of students with marginalized identities. We provide holistic student support, identity-based cultural programs, and social justice workshops to cultivate a sense of belonging and community at CWU. Check out the DEC

Food Banks and Pantries

Did you know that 38% of college students face food insecurity? We have resources to help, even if you just need a quick snack or some warm clothes. Find more food banks in your area or check out our Wildcat Pantry.

Early Childhood Learning Center

The Early Childhood Learning Center provides childcare services and an educational curriculum to serve the needs of young children. If you are enrolled in 6 credits or more, sign up today.

Disability Services

Disability Services works with individuals to identify barriers and provide support, ensuring equal access. Work with us to secure housing or academic accommodations for yourself. Visit Disability Services

Student Health and Wellness

CWU promotes positive health behaviors and social connections that encourage student success in the classroom and beyond. We know your mental and physical health are important, so we provide the resources to support you. Find the wellness services you need

Veterans Center

The Veterans Center offers guidance to active-duty military and veteran students on their education benefits. Visit the Veterans Center

Transfer Center

The Transfer Center can help you make a seamless transition from your previous institution to CWU. We provide advising, support, and assistance establishing connections to the campus community and its many resources. Connect with our Transfer Center

Campus Safety

Our community is one of equity and belonging. To us, that also means ensuring the safety of all students and staff on our campuses. The University Police help create a safe and secure environment for students and our local communities. Learn more about campus safety

Additional Resources

  • Central Access — provides services to content accessible for students with disabilities.
  • Connection Card Office — oversees and creates your CWU Connection Card, which is your campus ID, dining card, and key to most facilities on campus.
  • Office of Student Rights & Responsibilities — upholds community standards and implements the Student Conduct Code on our campuses.
  • Professional Clothing Closet — provides free professional clothing to CWU students for use in interviews, job fairs, and more.
  • Concern and Support Referral — report potentially concerning behavior of students or non-students on campus, inclusivity or bias related concerns, campus housing incidents, or sexual misconduct.

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