Washington State University

Native American Student Center

Students having fun in the Native Center during Week of Welcome

At the WSU Native American Student Center we strive to meet the educational needs of Native students while providing a place for them to meet and interact with one another.  We do our best to make a “home away from home.”

Staff

Our staff are dedicated to serving the many and varied needs of the Native student community at WSU.

Services

The Native American Student Center provides many services, from advising, to social and cultural events, and referrals to resources.

Resources

The Native American Student Center strives to help every student achieve academic success at Washington State University.  A critical piece of this is connecting students with the many resources on campus here to assist them.

Student Life

There is lots to do on campus, and many ways to connect with other students who have similiar interests to your own.

Mentor Program

The Native American Peer Mentor Program is designed to assist incoming students in adjusting academically and socially to the WSU environment.

Native American

Student Center

Cleveland Hall, Room 21B

Open Monday - Friday
8am - 5pm

Stop by for a place to relax between classes, do some homework, grab a snack, and make some friends!

Tribal Liaison, PO Box 641046, Washington State University, Pullman WA 99164-1046, 509-335-8618, Contact Us