Washington State University Tri-Cities offers involvement opportunities for all students to maximize their university experience. With hundreds of events put on annually by the Office of Student Affairs, student organizations and ASWSUTC Student Government, there is an involvement opportunity for every Coug.

Student Life

At Washington State University Tri-Cities, the Office of Student Life’s (OSL) initiatives are focused on developing students holistically by creating dynamically engaging, out-of-the-classroom experiences, co-curricular programs, and assisting in their transition as they acclimate to the campus community.

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Cougs in the Community

WSU Tri-Cities students are committed to philanthropy and public service. Our students are dedicated to giving back through service and each year they come together to make a positive and meaningful impact within the greater Tri-Cities community.

WSU Tri-Cities vigorously promotes hands-on service learning programs.  The Office of Community Engagement hosts various programs each year designed to provide opportunities for students to come together and impact change.
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Student Organizations & Clubs

Student clubs and organizations are a great way for students to get involved on-campus with other students while pursuing an interest or passion that they share. There are a number of student clubs and organizations that are highly active on the campus who hold numerous events for all students throughout the year. Student clubs and organizations are at the heart of on-campus involvement.

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Student Government

The Associated Students of WSU Tri-Cities is an organization that serves, represents, and advocates for students at WSU Tri-Cities. Our organization is comprised of 22 students, working throughout the year to improve the student experience on campus. We are broken down into five categories: Executives, Directors, Staff, Senators, and The Judicial Board.

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Phi Kappa Phi

The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi is the nation’s oldest and most selective honor society for all academic disciplines. Membership is by invitation only to the top 10 percent of seniors and graduate students and the top 7.5 percent of juniors. Faculty, professional staff and alumni who have achieved scholarly distinction also qualify.

Selected students are honored through a reception each spring at Washington State University Tri-Cities that recognizes their scholastic accomplishments where they receive a pin and certificate designating their status as a Phi Kappa Phi scholar.

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