Get Mentoring & Advising
Find your advisor for your specific college or generals.
Get help with all things college from your supportive peers.
Get tips from your peers on study strategies and more.
Career mentors at Career Station work with students to develop or edit resumes and cover letters, practice job interviews, and learn more about LinkedIn and Handshake.
CATT Peer Guides help new students transition to the University by providing tips and suggestions for success.
FYE is a class you sign up for to help you transition into college. The class will introduce you to other students, WSU services and more.
Join a Living Learning Community within Housing & Residence Life and find support from peer mentors also living in housing.
The International Student & Scholar Center advises international students.
Join our LGBTQIA Support Group.
The Center for Multicultural Excellence offers mentoring and advising.
Peer mentors offer advisement on starting college as a nontraditional student.
Drop-in for a 15-minute chat session with a fellow Wildcat! Student advocates are trained and available to listen, support, problem-solve and more.
Find programs to help high school students get into college and even help them through their first year.
Whether you are a new student at WSU for the first time, transferring from another institution, or returning after several years, you may find you have questions and concerns. After you meet with your academic advisor and establish your academic plan, come visit with us to help ease your mind and answer those lingering questions.
Get advisement on admissions, registration and paying for your education if you are eligible to receive GI Bill benefits.
Join our Sister Circle for discussions that highlight different issues surrounding identity, empowerment, and systemic oppression.