Eastern Washington University expands opportunities for personal transformation through excellence in learning. This mission is achieved by providing students with support services that promote academic success, persistence, and a growth mindset. Below is a list of resources available for enrolled students to access.
The Program Leading to University Success (PLUS) can be found in the JFK Library Learning Commons. Their mission is to enhance the quality of university student scholarship and support the achievement of students' academic and career goals through peer-based collaborative study groups, tutoring, academic coaching, and student success programming.
Services are FREE to all enrolled EWU students!
Counseling and Pyschological Services (CAPS) offers some of the following services for our students:
- Short-term counseling Group counseling
- Online treatment resources
- Outreach services
- Referrals into the community for longer-term therapy.
225 Martin Hall
Cheney, WA 99004
(NON-EMERGENCY USE ONLY)
EWU Spokane: 509.828.1398
The Office of Disability Support Services (DSS) at Eastern Washington University is dedicated to the coordination of appropriate and reasonable accommodations for students with disabilities that are based upon individual needs, so that each student may receive an equal opportunity to learn, to participate in campus life, to grow emotionally and socially, and to successfully complete a program of study that will enable them to be self supporting while remaining as independent as possible. University accommodations for students are determined on a case-by-case basis. Accommodations may include:
- Individual meetings with students to determine how EWU can best meet their specific goals and needs
- Priority Registration
- Consultation with faculty and staff re: accommodation.
- Assistance with the acquisition of auxiliary aids such as interpreters, readers, alternative textbooks, flexible testing schedules, alternative testing methods, print enlargement, and note takers.
- Equipment Loans
- Referral to outside resources and agencies.
- Referral to on-campus programs such as Undergraduate Advising, Academic Success Center, Counseling and Psychological Services, Math Lab, Writers' Center, Health Wellness & Prevention Services, Office of Disability Studies and Universal Access.
- Assistance with career counseling and placement in cooperation with the Office of Career Planning & Placement.
- Assistive technology is available in general computer labs, Library, Access for All, Academic Success Center and Disability Support Office.
Do you want to study abroad as part of your degree? We offer locations throughout the world so find the destination that best suits your personal, academic and professional goals. You can choose an international option through a Faculty-led Program or our global partner programs and institutions or you can spend a semester or year studying at another U.S. university through National Student Exchange.
129D Patterson Hall
To get to the Education Abroad site click here: Education Abroad.
Education Abroad Advisor: Elena Axton (509) 359-6275.
The Student Services office for the School of Global Learning is located at 103 Hargreaves Hall.
The Tutoring Lab is staffed by tutors who are undergraduate majors and graduate students with high academic standards in mathematics courses. Tutors may also be future teachers or students who enjoy mathematics and helping other students learn Mathematics.
You may also request a private tutor for Math and would need to reach out to Kyle Riggs at: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 509.359.4315.
There are two locations for Tutoring Labs on campus: Kingston Hall 337 and Monroe Hall 114. Location and Hours can be found on the Mathematics Website.
The Writers' Center helps with more than just your English papers (though they can definitely help you with your English papers)! They'll work with any writing, in any discipline, at any stage of the writing process.
- Academic writing: analysis, synthesis, argumentation, research, reflection
- Professional writing: resumes, cover letters, graduate school applications, scholarships & internships
- Creative writing: fiction, non-fiction, poetry, personal essays
- Multi-modal writing: images, video, audio, web, presentations
|Writers' Center, Cheney Campus||Writers' Center, Spokane Campus|
|JFK Library Learning Commons, Cheney, WA 99004||668 N. Riverpoint Blvd., Rm 257, Spokane, WA 99202|
|Phone: 509-359-2779||Phone: 509-828-1303|
|Email: email@example.com||Email: firstname.lastname@example.org|
The Veterans Resource Center provides critical services and support to our service members, veterans and their families. The VRC assists with your transition from the military to higher education and back into civilian life as you learn to navigate the university system. We will support the unique recruitment, retention and educational needs of our students whose lives are connected to the military.
122 Showalter Hall
The ALLRC was created as a way to help adult learners with the challenges that come with balancing school, work and family. Nearly a third of Eastern students fall into this category.
When life gets in the way of your academic achievements, whatever the reason, however long it has taken, Eastern Washington University is here to help you get to the finish line.
The Eastern Washington University Help Desk provides you with a single point of contact for all your technical needs. Contact the Help Desk for assistance with your computer, enhanced classroom, or technology-related requests.
Additionally, you may now enter and track your own tickets as well as access a growing knowledge base library. Call 509-359-2247 or email EWUHelpDesk@ewu.edu.
Click here for a comprehensive guide to student IT services you will need while enrolled in an EWU online program, including the myEWU Portal, Canvas, student email, and more.