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Support Along your Journey at WSU Student Help Resources

Here at Washington State University have gathered helpful resources for students across our campuses. Washington State University strives to make sure that all students can have access to the many resources available to them in a variety of ways throughout their academic career.

Select the campus that you attend and view the resources that are provided. We encourage all students to use and share these resources with their fellow students.


The TRIO Student Support Services Program offers food pantry referrals to WSU students in need of emergency food and/or hygiene products.


The Women*s Center offers a range of resources to the WSU Community, including food, contraceptive and menstrual product assistance.


Cougs Feeding Cougs provides funds to eligible students that can be used anonymously in WSU Dining Services locations.


Pullman Child Welfare Food Bank
108 NW Stadium Way, Pullman (509) 338-0801
Open Saturdays: 8:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
The mission of the Pullman Child Welfare Association is to help families attain self-esteem and move towards self-sufficiency by offering them survival, safety, dignity, opportunity, joy and hope.


The Community Action Center is a non-profit organization that fights to reduce poverty, build strong independent families, and a better community. Services include emergency and transitional housing, food supplements, energy assistance, and weatherization.


Women, Infants & Children

WIC helps support the health of mothers and children through nutrition education, breastfeeding support, healthy foods and health screenings & referrals.


Apply for reimbursements for eligible education-related expenses.


Free online mental health resources from providers understand that Global Cougs are spread across the world and come from a wide variety of cultures, backgrounds, and lived experiences.


The WSU Global Support Team provides mentors, tutors, and library services.



The Campus Pantry is a student led service to raise awareness about the needs of students experiencing food insecurity as well as promoting health and wellness among students and staff on campus.


Supplies half a million pounds of food weekly to a network of 250 Inland Northwest neighborhood food banks and meal centers, as well as Mobile Food Banks out in the community.


Provides, develops and promotes quality affordable housing options in Spokane.



Snohomish Food Bank


YWCA Working Wardrobe Program
Provides clothing for homeless and low income women in need of outfits for job interviews or new employment.
Address: 3301 Broadway Everett, WA 98201


Mental Health & Counseling
WSU-Everett will cover the expenses of three, one-hour mental health sessions. Students must be currently enrolled at WSU-Everett at the time of seeking counseling services. For questions, contact Anna McLeod:



The Student Emergency Hardship Fund is here to help provide emergency financial support for students in an unexpected situation.


The WSU Tri-Cities Student Care Team functions to ensure a safe and supportive learning environment that addresses concerns that interfere with the well-being and progress of students.


The Cougar Cupboard, sponsored by Lamb Weston, serves to provide WSU Tri-Cities students and their families with reliable access to sufficient food for a healthy life.



The Cougar Food Pantry provides free, nonperishable food items to currently enrolled WSU Vancouver students and Clark College Nursing program students studying on the WSU Vancouver campus.


The Basic Needs Navigator supports students’ academic persistence by providing access to resources regarding:
  • Housing/Food
  • Technology/Internet Access
  • Childcare & Transportation