Black student union
The Black Student Union is an organization dedicated to: Academic Excellence, Community Service and Outreach, Cultural Enrichment and Awareness and Unity. BSU serves not just as an advocate, but, as an umbrella group providing financial, administrative, and programmatic support to group such as God’s Harmony, National Pan-Hellenic Council, and Black Men Making a Difference.
Asian Pacific American Student Coalition is a student organization, with elected student leaders, that sponsors social, cultural, and academic activities. In addition we provide student peer support and leadership training, and hosts Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month and other events throughout the year.
INTERnational students’ Council
The ISC is to unite the international student organizations and to serve as a voice for the international student population at WSU. The ISC promotes mutual understanding across cultures, races, and beliefs, fosters communication between people of different nationalities, and improves global awareness on campus and in the Pullman community by hosting International Education Week and diverse intercultural programs.
The Middle Eastern Students Association or MESA at Washington State University exists to provide a home away from home for Middle Eastern students through fellowship, programming and educational opportunities.
GIVE is a student run organization focused on empowering students who care about making a difference. We feel that it is important to donate service to our local, national and international community, allowing us to invest in tomorrow today. We focus on innovative ways to raise awareness to certain issues or for people to serve the community. This organization is open to all students at Washington State University and we encourage diversity by identifying common issues and working towards finding solutions. We want all of our members to be passionate about making a difference and working together towards that common goal.
Gender sexuality alliance
The Gender and Sexuality Alliance (GSA) is an ASWSU committee that fosters support, community, and awareness for gender and sexually diverse persons as well as allies within the WSU community. The GSA is a safe zone specifically created to be supportive of the LGBTQIA+ community. No one will be asked to identify their gender identity nor orientation nor be pressured to do so.
EnviROnment sustainability alliance
The ASWSU Environmental Sustainability Alliance (ESA) is an official committee of the WSU student government. The ESA works together with other WSU committees and RSOs, as well as local and regional communities and nonprofits to pursue sustainability, environmental protection, and wellbeing in many different ways.
Student veterans’ committee
The purpose of ASWSU – SVC shall be to represent the interests and concerns of the veterans and their dependents that comprise the student body at the WSU Pullman Campus. In addition, the Student Veterans Committee provides a welcoming atmosphere where veterans attending WSU can meet and relate to one another. SVC’s purpose is to help veterans on their way to graduation.
Ku-Ah-Mah means cougar in the Nez Perce language and is the Native American Student Organization. Ku-Ah-Mah supports many cultural and social events throughout the school year, including; the Annual Pah-Loots-Pu Celebration Pow Wow, events during Native American Heritage Month, and other events that promote cross-cultural awareness and understanding. This organization aims to bring together a community to help better understand and be engaged with issues that Native Americans face on and off campus.
The purpose of KZUU 90.7 FM is to bring an alternative music experience to the community of the Palouse. We want to expose non-commercial artists to the general public. KZUU is a non-commercial, student-run radio station funded by the ASWSU on the campus of Washington State University. Our studio is located in CUB 301.
Student legal services
ASWSU Student Legal Services (SLS) is a student run office created to service the legal needs for current students at Washington State University, free of charge. SLS is funded through the Associate Students of Washington State University. Our attorney, Wynn Mosman provides legal advice and counseling. Mr. Mosman is licensed to practice in the state of Washington and Idaho.
The primary function of Student Legal Services is to offer legal advice to students, however because we are funded through the university we are not capable of representation against another student, faculty member or the university. But each case is evaluated on an individual basis and if a conflict of interest arises, we will do our best to refer students to the appropriate services.