The EWU Student Affairs Team seeks to encourage and empower our students to discover, pursue and realize their personal and educational goals.
As student development educators, our goal is to promote and provide a holistic learning environment through Student Life programs/resources that support students' intellectual, social and ethical development. In support of this goal, we also serve as resources for parents and families, faculty, staff and university stakeholders, all of whom serve as important partners in encouraging our students' persistence and success.
To learn more about the helpful resources available through our office, or if you need assistance or referrals to another campus department, please visit, call or email us. We look forward to talking with you!
Our mission statement is to commit ourselves to the students of EWU and act as a resource for student activism, provide students with leadership opportunities, and to be an informed, unified student voice.
The Career Center can help with more than just your resume. They can also help with major/career exploration, job/internship search, interviewing skills, salary negotiations, mock interviews, and graduate school applications! Visit the Handshake job board to apply for jobs both on and off-campus, for while in school, and after you graduate.
With the assistance of Eastern Washington University Department of Campus Recreation, student leaders established the Club Sports Federation in 1999 to provide the campus community with sport specific clubs not currently offered by the University as an NCAA athletic team.
Helping to connect you to campus and community resources. Food assistance, healthcare, housing resources, childcare, self care resources, international markets.
Community Care assists and supports students in times of crisis, emergencies, or challenges.
Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) offers short-term counseling for students who want to explore personal concerns with a therapist. Group counseling, online treatment resources, biofeedback, consultation, and outreach services are also available.
Disability Support Services is dedicated to the coordination of appropriate and reasonable accommodations for students with disabilities. The DSS team is here to answer your questions and help you be successful!
EPIC Adventures is Eastern Washington University's outdoor program offering the campus community experiences of all kinds of outdoor activities.
Our mission is to support and empower student wellbeing, growth and development through education, information and positive role-modeling. Staff and peer health educators support students in developing a balanced and healthy lifestyle.
Housing and Residential Life is the heart of a successful EWU experience through excellence in community, academic, and social development.
As one of the largest student programs on campus, we provide high-quality sports leagues and tournaments for all students to stay active and engaged with friends. Students who are looking to join a team can register to be a free-agent.
Internships are essential professional learning experiences that complement what you're learning in class, help you explore careers choices, and learn how to navigate the real world work place.
The Multicultural Center is a “home away from home” for students of color, folks of intersecting identities, and everyone engaged in building a welcoming EWU community. It is a space where critical conversations take place, in addition to being a place to study, hold meetings, and have social events.
We’re thrilled you’ve decided to attend Eastern! Our New Student Transition & Family Programming team is here to help you and your family in the transition to college and to succeed throughout your time at EWU.
The EWU Pride Center supports and empowers LGBTQ+ and ally students because you belong at Eastern.
The Sorority and Fraternity community at Eastern Washington University believes in upholding high principles through the development of personal leadership and moral character.
The Student Accounting department is here to assist clubs and organizations with the use of their S&A Fund Allocation and Club Funded accounts.
SAIL believes in providing engagement opportunities that promote a transformational journey of self-discovery within their communities.
Eastern Washington University is home to over 150 student-run clubs & organizations that provide members with opportunities to develop as leaders, network with campus and community resources, and develop a support system while at EWU.
Student Rights and Responsibilities (SRR) supports the maintenance of a safe, accountable, and inclusive community. SRR is committed to the development of individual students and the education of members of the campus community on the rights and responsibilities of communal membership.
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.