Washington State University

Native Student Life

Students gather outside the Native American Culture House

Student Life

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


Monthly Socials

Social events are held regularly as an opportunity for WSU's Native community to connect and support one another.  Get a free home-cooked meal at a "First Friday Feed" or "Community Dinner," or spend your evening watching indigenous films on a movie night!


Student Organizations

There are currently seven Native student organizations on campus, and a plethora of other student orgs, from belly dance club to Spanish language club.  Make new friends, and try new activities! Visit the Student Involvement website for a full list of all student orgs at WSU.


Native Student Announcements

Make sure you are subscribed to receive the weekly "Native Student Announcements" in your email.  The announcements are the best way to keep up on events, deadlines, scholarships, and job opportunities and are published every Monday.

Native American Programs, PO Box 641046, Washington State University, Pullman WA 99164-1046, 509-335-8618, Contact Us