Health & Safety


With an active student body and an abundance of  Tri-City sunshine, recreation is a big part of life on campus. We offer intramural and club sports, personal training, recreational events, and located right on the Columbia river. So no matter your interest or skill level, there’s always a great way to get involved with other Cougs.


Short term mental health care for current WSU Tri-Cities’ students is available on campus. There is no fee for counseling services, and strict confidentiality is maintained in accordance with the legal and ethical guidelines. We offer services in an atmosphere that is welcoming and comfortable for all students. Learn more about mental health awareness on campus.

Fighting Hunger

WSU Tri-Cities provides free fresh and non-perishable items to needy students. This program helps bridge the gap for students so they can successfully meet the basic needs of their family. This project would not be successful without the generous support of the Richland Rotary Club and proud partnership with Second Harvest Food Bank.
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Public Safety Alerts

Club Sports are a great way to get involved at WSU Tri-Cities, stay connected to the sports you love, build friendships, gain leadership and teamwork skills and balance your studies with fun. Current Club Sports that are offered include Rugby, Men’s Soccer, Women’s Soccer, Women’s Volleyball and Men’s Boxing. Learn more about WSU TC Club Sports!