The Associated Students of Washington State University serves as a resource and advocate for current and prospective students. Our organization creates opportunities to develop student leaders who are holistic thinkers, culturally competent, and professionals for the next generation. We seek to promote student initiatives that enhance an individual’s collegiate experience through leadership, advocacy, and cougar pride.

Executive Branch

The Executive Branch is made up of the President, Vice President, Executive Staff, and Executive Committee. The Executive Branch collaborates in planning and executing ASWSU events, programs and activities such as Coug Day at the Capital, Dance-a-thon, and many others.

 

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Senate

The Legislative Branch is the ASWSU Senate, which is made up of 23 representatives from each college on campus, a delegate from the Honors College, and two Freshmen delegates. They discuss issues and concerns with their constituents in order to create legislation and work on projects benefiting students.

 

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Judicial Branch

The Judicial Board is made up of seven undergraduate members. They are responsible for promoting the overall effectiveness of the Constitution and the Bylaws. All Justices are held to the highest standards so they are able to best serve the school and the student body through ASWSU.

 

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Welcome Back!
 
On behalf of ASWSU, we would like to welcome you back to Washington State University. We hope you had a restful summer and are ready to jump back into the new school year. Regardless of whether this is your first year in Pullman or your last, this upcoming school year presents a new opportunity to make the most out of your time at WSU by getting involved. 
 
Your experience at Washington State University is not defined by the campus, the small town of Pullman, or even your diploma, but by the people you meet and the relationships you make here. Getting involved at WSU is a great way to build relationships that you wouldn’t have made otherwise.
 
There are countless ways to get involved through clubs, intramurals, residence halls, the greek community, ASWSU, and many more, all focused on giving students the chance to join a community of people with similar interests. Check out the Student Involvement website to learn more: studentinvolvement.wsu.edu
 
We are incredibly excited for the upcoming year and hope you are too. If you’re interested in getting involved with ASWSU or have any questions, don’t hesitate to reach out at aswsu@wsu.edu. Go Cougs!
 
Taylor Christenson, ASWSU President
Kyle Strachila, ASWSU Vice President