Directory of Services
- Access Center
- Alternatives to Violence of the Palouse
- Cadet Corps Foot Escort Service
- Compliance & Civil Rights (CCR)
- Cougar Health Services
- Cougar Safe Rides
- Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS)
- Crisis Support Services
- Gender Identity/Expression and Sexual Orientation Resource Center
- Housing Services
- Human Resource Services
- Multicultural Student Services
- Poison Control Center
- Pullman Transit
- Residence Life
- Wheatland Express
- Women*s Center
The Cougar Accessible Transportation Services (CATS) is a courtesy service funded through student fees. CATS is a small program that offers accessible transportation on campus to students with permanent or temporary mobility disabilities/conditions. Rides are scheduled through the Access Center on an individualized first-come, first-served basis. The hours of operation are between 7:30-5:00 Monday-Friday. For more information visit the Access Center website at https://accesscenter.wsu.edu.
ATVP provides 24 hour emergency and supportive services to family and sexual violence victims and survivors and their children. Services are available for concerned, supportive family members, friends, and community members. ATVP services are free, confidential, and are provided to all victims through the Region 8 Crime Victim Service Center for Whitman County. They also have an outreach and education program that focuses on increasing understanding, awareness, and ultimately on preventing family and sexual violence. For more information, visit their website at http://atvp.org.
We provide foot escorts for anyone to or from WSU Campus Wednesdays – Saturdays, 8:00 p.m. to 2:00 a.m.
https://ccr.wsu.edu Compliance & Civil Rights (CCR) serves as the central intake office for complaints of discrimination, sexual harassment, and sexual misconduct from students, employees, faculty, and others associated with the university. This office works closely with the WSU Center for Community Standards on student conduct cases involving discrimination, sexual harassment, and sexual misconduct. For matters involving employees, CCR works closely with Human Resource Services (HRS). CCR conducts preliminary investigations, makes findings of fact, determines whether WSU Policy Prohibiting Discrimination and Harassment (Executive Policy 15) was violated, and makes recommendations to Center for Community Standards or HRS about further disciplinary actions.
Cougar Health Services provides student-centered, integrated health services. They offer:
Counseling and Psychological Services including walk-in appointments, groups and workshops, individual and couples therapy, biofeedback, psychological assessment, testing, and 24/7 mental health crisis services
Health Promotion strategies and programs to support individual and community well-being, including enhancing mental wellness and reducing violence and substance abuse
Medical Clinic staffed by board-certified physicians and experienced health care providers offering primary care, specialty services and a 24/7 telephone nurse line
Pharmacy with prescription services and over-the-counter products
Vision Clinic with comprehensive eye care services and a retail store for frames, sunglasses, contacts, and accessories
A volunteer-run program that offers free rides home at night to the WSU Community. To qualify for a ride, passengers must be going to a non-commercial location and must be able to enter our cars without assistance*. Additionally, Cougar Safe Rides only operates within the Pullman city limits. Thursdays 8 p.m. to 12 a.m., Fridays and Saturdays, 9 p.m. to 3 a.m. Regular school year only. http://www.cougarsaferides.wsu.edu
Walk-in visits are the point of entry for every student coming to Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) for the first time. At your walk-in visit, you will receive an initial assessment from a mental health counselor who is equipped to listen to your concerns and assess what level of care is best for you.
Walk-In Counseling Hours
Mon & Tue 10:30am – 3:30pm
Wed 1:00pm – 3:30pm
Thur & Fri 10:30am -3:30pm
Crisis support is available on evenings and weekends (24/7) by phone: 509-335-2159.
Call 911 in any emergency situation or if a student poses an immediate threat to self or others.
Cougar Health Services – walk in or call (509)335-4511 during business hours. On evenings or weekends call (509)335-2159.
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline 1-800-273-TALK (8255)
Crisis Text Line text HOME to 741741
WSU Employee Assistance Program 1-877-313-4455
AWARE Network http://aware.wsu.edu
http://www.pullman-wa.gov/departments/pullman-transit/dial-a-ride Elderly or Disabled Transportation Service.
https://www.thecenter.wsu.edu/ Compton Union Building room 401
https://housing.wsu.edu/ Streit-Perham Suite
https://hrs.wsu.edu/ 139 French Administration Building
https://www.wsu.edu/~ombuds/ Wilson-Short Hall room 2
TDD/TTY 1-800-222-1222 The American Association of Poison Control Centers (AAPCC) has launched a nationwide number for access to the 62 US poison control centers. The number, 1-800-222-1222, is routed to the local poison center serving the caller, based on the area code and exchange of the caller. The number is functional 24-hours a day in the 50 states, the District of Columbia, the US Virgin Islands, and Puerto Rico. In the event of a poisoning emergency, call 1-800-222-1222 immediately.
http://www.pullmantransit.com/ Local Pullman Bus Service
Provides bus service to Moscow, Pullman, Colfax, Spokane Airport, and various other areas during vacation breaks. http://www.wheatlandexpress.com
Our mission is to engage with the multi-dimensional experiences of women, to challenge patterns of injustice for people of all genders, and to provide a welcoming and inclusive space. We elevate all marginalized voices while prioritizing prerogatives to learn, organize, and support one another as peers and mentors. We foster a community dynamic both within and beyond the Women*s Center that is collaborative, creative, and inclusive. Wilson-Short Hall room 8 http://www.women.wsu.edu/