ASEWU is your student government. Elected representatives act as a resource for student activism, provide students with leadership opportunities, and work to be an informed, unified student voice. ASEWU has a diversity representative that is committed to supporting the diversity on the EWU campus.
Cheney Campus - PUB 301
The Career Center works with Pride Center students to help with resumes and cover letters, finding an internship, or searching for a job. Get assistance with locating LGBTQ-friendly employers and tips for being out in the workplace.
Cheney Campus - PUB 332
Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) offers individual counseling for any student who wants to explore personal concerns one-to-one with a therapist; group counseling for personal development and resolution of interpersonal concerns in a supportive environment; psychological assessment and evaluation; developmental and prevention programming; outreach presentations, mental health screenings, guest lectures, and crisis intervention. CAPS offers a "Coming Out" group for LGBTQA students each year.
Cheney Campus - 225 Martin Hall
Eagle Pride is EWU’s LGBTQ+ student organization. Eagle Pride meets once a week to build community, plan events, and just hangout. Their mission to is help make EWU as inclusive and welcoming as possible.
The Gender, Women's & Sexuality Studies program is a strong ally of the Pride Center. They offer multiple academic courses related to LGBTQ+ identities, and all staff and faculty have been certified as allies through the Welcoming Project Ally Training. They are here to support you both academically and personally.
Cheney Campus - Monroe 207
Health, Wellness & Prevention Services (HWPS) is a group of folks who are committed to the health of EWU students. The HWPS office is full of brochures, articles, videos, posters, books, and magazines with prevention and wellness information. Topics include HIV/AIDS, sexually transmitted diseases, rape prevention, eating disorders, diet and nutrition, alcohol and other drug abuses, stress, cancer, and much more. All services are free to the students.
Cheney Campus - 201 University Recreation Center
ODI aims to foster a culture of respect, integrity and inclusiveness. They seek to achieve their mission to expand opportunities for personal transformation through excellence in learning by providing critical access to first-generation students, underrepresented populations and other students who may not have the opportunity for higher education.
SAIL creates activities that entertain, educate, and help students become leaders. Learn about student leadership opportunities, sorority and fraternity life, clubs and organizations, campus recreational activities, and eagle entertainment.
Cheney Campus - PUB 301