Every two years, WSU freshmen and seniors are asked to take the National Survey for Student Engagement (NSSE), which asks in depth questions about their experiences as students at WSU. Responses help colleges and departments improve programs.
Eligible low-income students and families will now have an on-campus location to purchase food using their SNAP benefits thanks to a partnership between WSU Dining and the USDA’s Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program.
WSU Dining Services attends national training program to discover new plant-based recipes and create healthy meals that are good for the body and the environment.
Our university belongs to all of us, and we are all valued members of the Cougar Nation. It's important for students to know what resources are available for them here on our campus.
Mary Jo Gonzales, a senior administrator with the University of Rhode Island, has been selected as the new vice president for Student Affairs at Washington State University.
She will assume her new position on Feb. 6. Gonzales will be responsible for the non-curricular aspects of student life at WSU and will be charged with ensuring that an exceptional university experience is accessible to all students. She will oversee student health & wellness; student access, equity & achievement; administrative services/auxiliaries and the Dean of Students office.