Cougar Cupboard: WSU Tri-Cities Food Bank
Local Food Banks: 2nd Harvest Community Food Banks
SNAP Benefits: Washington State Supplemental Food Benefit Program
State Food Assistance Program: Food Assistance Program for Immigrants
Prison Scholar Fund: Food Assistance for Formerly Incarcerated
Student Financial Services: Financial Aid at WSU Tri-Cities
Student Emergency Hardship Fund: CARES Act and Emergency Funding for Students
Unemployment Assistance: Assistance for Workers and Businesses
Mortgage Assistance: Help and Assistance for Washington Homeowners
Passport Program: Assists Students Who are Homeless or Formerly in Foster Care
Brelsford Vineyards: On Campus Apartments for Students
Benton Franklin Housing Resource Center: Emergency Housing Assistance Program
Homeless Shelters: List of Local Homeless Shelters
Student Emergency Hardship Fund: Funding from WSU Tri-Cities to Help Students in Crisis, this includes CARES Act funding
Mental Health Counseling Free Mental Health Counseling for Students
Access Services: Classroom Accommodations for Students with Document disABILITIES
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-TALK (8255) for English, 1-888-628-9454 for Spanish
National Domestic Violence Hotline: 1-800-799-7233 or text LOVEIS to 22522
Please use the login information below to register for your CH2M tutoring session. You can also request a tutor if the times stated below do not fit your schedule.
CH2M Tutoring hours are typically between 10 am and 4 pm. Should you need assistance after 4 pm, or on a subject that we do not offer, you can take advantage of our online E-Tutoring Services.
The library has many resources available to support students during distant and virtual learning. Learn more how the library may assist you in your academic studies.
Assistance with your questions 6 days/week, Mon-Fri 11 a.m. – 7 p.m. and Sat Noon-3pm.
The WSU Tri-Cities Writing Center is a free, drop-in, peer tutoring service and academic resource available to all students, of any discipline, during any phase of the writing process.
As a positive, encouraging learning community, the Writing Center is designed to support students as they clarify an assignment, develop writing skills and articulate their ideas. From research papers to resumes and creative narratives to lab reports, our goal is to help students develop their voice and become better writers in a collaborative environment.
You are always welcome in the Writing Center.
The ultimate goal of any Continuance of Operation Plan (COOP) is to ensure that an organization is capable of conducting its essential missions and functions under all threats and conditions. While the severity and consequences of an emergency cannot be predicted, effective contingency planning can minimize the impact on the University missions, personnel, and facilities.
The overall purpose of this IT Continuance Plan is to ensure the continuance of the IT essential functions under all conditions. The current changing threat environment and recent emergencies, including acts of nature, accidents, technological emergencies, and military or terrorist attack-related incidents, have increased the need for viable continuance capabilities and plans that enable organizations to continue essential functions in an all-hazards environment and across a spectrum of emergencies.
This IT COOP framework is a work in progress and includes a corrective action plan. It is being shared for informational purposes only.
If you have additional questions or concerns, please contact each department depending on your needs.
Computer Center – firstname.lastname@example.org | 509.372.7334
IAT – email@example.com | 509.372.7203
Copy & Mail Center – firstname.lastname@example.org | 509.372.7273