Time and time again this question is asked. Well not ASWSU has an answer. Check out our new blog from the Department of Community Affairs to find out what there is to do in Pullman, Moscow, and the surrounding Palouse area!
Find this video, and more things to do or places to check out on our Department of Community Affairs' Blog!
Know somewhere or something interesting in Pullman or the surrounding area? ASWSU is taking submissions!Blog Submission
This plan is an accumulation of ideas, projects, and areas of focus that students have expressed ASWSU needs to work on. it outlines what students have said they want ASWSU to focus on in the first 100 days of summer 2018. While this is a plan, these are not the only things of priority to the executive staff100 Day Plan
The ASWSU Coug Health Fund is a student-run, student-led initiative to directly support Washington State University students within the realms of mental health and sexual violence prevention. This fund will help implement campus programming, education, training events, and resources for students, faculty, and staff to positively impact the lives of current and future WSU students.
One main pillar of the Drive to 25 is to increase annual private support to WSU. #GivingTuesday is an opportunity for donors to make an additional gift throughout the fiscal year and increase giving to a fund that promotes student success both inside and outside of the classroom. The ASWSU Coug Health Fund will also impact several areas of the Drive to 25. When you improve mental health, you can see outcomes including (but not limited to): Improved Working and Personal Relationships, Amplified Creativity or Ideation, Increased Contribution to Activities and Academic Work.#GivingTuesday
Last year ASWSU started an endowment referred to as the "Cougar Health Fund," aimed at providing resources to combat health and safety issues on our campus. All registration money from this tournament went directly to this fund. Registration was teams of four at $5 each, totaling $20 per team. At the tournament there were opportunities to interact with health and safety organizations across campus, and learn about the resources that WSU has to offer to its students.
If you have any questions, comments, or concerns you can reach out to Vice President Tyler Parchem
An initiative focused on integrating WSU students into the Pullman community by encouraging them to go into Pullman's downtown shops and restaurants. September 17th - 28th students can visit participating stores in Pullman and see 3-5% of their money being donated to the ASWSU Coug Health Fund! Not only are students experiencing all that the great city of Pullman has to offer, they are also helping a great cause for their fellow Cougs! So go out and enjoy 2 Weeks of Pullman