Learn More about the Office for Access, Equity & Achievement
In the spirit of Washington State University's land-grant focus to provide access to higher education for all our state’s citizens, WSU’s Office for Access, Equity & Achievement proudly hosts several outreach and comprehensive support services programs to assist first-generation, low-income or otherwise underrepresented students in higher education, including students with disabilities and undocumented family backgrounds. Learn more about the Office for Access, Equity & Achievement.
Overview of Our Programs
Staff in the Office for Access, Equity & Achievement are here to help improve the transition, persistence, and graduation outcomes in a dynamic environment for a diverse student population by providing academic support and creating a caring and engaged community. Programs in the Office for Access, Equity & Achievement represent a coordinated, diversified and comprehensive set of student services including peer and faculty mentoring, free tutoring, career and financial aid guidance, and evidence-based, culturally-sensitive best practices that can both assist and inspire capable students, no matter what their background. Click here to learn more about our programs.
Access & Opportunity Forum
The Access & Opportunity Forum is an opportunity to bring Access, Equity & Achievement programs and partners together to design institutional strategies, foster efficiencies, and develop collaborations to more effectively serve first-generation, low-income, and underrepresented students in the Washington State University system. To learn more about this upcoming training opportunity, please click here.
Access & Opportunity Forum (A&O)
Save the date for this year's Access & Opportunity Forum (A&O) on May 23th-24th, 2017. This in-service training brings partners together to focus on strategy, efficiency, and teamwork to better serve first-generation, low-income, and underrepresented students.
Date: 5/23/2017 8:30:00 AM | Location: Smith Center for Undergraduate Education (CUE 518)