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Native American Programs Many Nations. One Community.

The Native American Student Center strives to meet the educational needs of Native students, while providing a space on campus for Native students. They provide academic advising, cultural events, student mentoring program, scholarships, financial guidance, and computer usage, and more. 

 

COVID-19 Update (8/25/2021)

WSU vaccination protocol | Updated timelines and information

WSU is aligning student and employee COVID‑19 vaccination protocols following Governor Inslee’s Proclamation 20‑14.1 and full FDA approval of the Pfizer vaccine. Please carefully read the following for updated timelines and information.

Student Information

  • All WSU students must be compliant (provided proof of initiation of vaccination or filed an exemption) with the vaccine requirement by Friday, September 10, 2021.
    • The process for compliance is available on the Cougar Health Services website.
    • As of Monday, August 23, 2021, students can no longer file personal exemptions.
    • Any students not in compliance by September 10 will face academic holds.
  • Any WSU student with a personal exemption currently on file must provide proof of full vaccination, or request a religious or medical exemption by Monday, October 18, 2021.
  • The updated process to request a medical or religious exemption will be released next week.
  • Student employees will have to provide proof of vaccination to both Cougar Health Services and Workday. WSU is working on a streamlined process for student employee exemptions and will provide more information next week.
  • To find a vaccine provider near you, please visit vaccines.gov. Students can schedule their vaccine on the Pullman campus, through Cougar Health Services. WSU Spokane is also hosting vaccine clinics on campus for students, faculty, staff and community members.

To be noted:

  • All visits will be recorded for tracking purposes
  • Students will be asked to sanitize areas that were used during their time in the center

The Native American Student Center provides the following services:

  • Academic and personal advising
  • Student announcements and notices list service
    • Scholarship information, internships, job opportunities, workshops, campus events, deadlines, tribal issue events and information, and more!
  • Cultural and social events
    • Monthly dinners, First Friday Feed luncheons, movie nights, guest speakers, cultural crafts, and more!
  • Student Mentoring Program
  • Student advocacy and support
  • Scholarship and financial aid assistance
  • Computer access
    • Printing
    • Internet access
  • Free academic tutoring in partnership other departments.
  • Educational and personal development workshops
  • Referrals to campus and community support
  • Connection to student organizations and events
  • A safe, inviting place to relax, study and network
  • A community of support!

Location

Native American Student Center
Cleveland Hall 21B

Contact:
Joelle Edwards
509.335.8677

joelle.edwards@wsu.edu

Instagram: wsunativeprograms

Facebook: WSU.nativecenter