Disabilities and Accommodations
The school is committed to providing equal opportunity in its services, programs, and employment for individuals with disabilities. Reasonable accommodations are available for students with documented disability. Students are responsible for initiating requests for reasonable accommodations and services that they need follow procedures outlined in the Technical Standards. More information is available on the Disability Resources website.
Located at WSU Spokane Student Success Center in the Student Academic Center, Room 145F, 509-358-7757, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Individualized Learning Assistance
WSU Health Sciences Spokane through its Student Success Center offers support and guidance for students to enhance their learning so that they can thrive in any learning context including in research, service-learning, and clinical settings. Services included are time management assistance, individualized learning strategies, and test preparation and test taking strategies. Please contact the Learning Specialist at 509-358-7757 or email@example.com. For appointments, use https://wsu.mywconline.net/. We encourage you to follow the Student Success Center’s Facebook page.
Personal counseling is available through the WSU Health Sciences Spokane’s Student Success Center. Payment of the student health fee covers the service so there is no additional cost to students. Counseling services provide a safe and confidential space to help students explore the challenges of life and being a medical student. To make appointments, students call 509-358-7740 or 509-358-6534, or email SA.Spok.Counseling@wsu.edu. Counseling is located at two locations: Health Education and Research Building (HERB), Room 415 (for added privacy) and Student Academic Center, Room 145. More Information
Tutoring Services provides peer tutoring for content areas in the medical school curriculum. Tutoring services are covered through the student activities fee so it is free to medical students. Students may access the service through referral by Academic Portfolio Coaches, faculty and College of Medicine Student Affairs, or you may directly contact the WSU Spokane Student Success Center in the Student Academic Center, Room 145E, 509-358-7650 or firstname.lastname@example.org. More Information
AWARE Network – Early Intervention
The AWARE Network allows you to share concerns about a student’s emotional or psychological well-being, physical health, or academic performance with colleagues who can help.
WSU Health Sciences Spokane Student Affairs provides a “one-stop” location for reporting concerns about students, safety hazards, suspicious activity, or accidents via this website.
Office of Student Conduct (Resources for Faculty)
Washington State University
PO Box 641050
Pullman WA 99164-1050
Phone: 509-335-4532 Fax: 509-335-4814
Office of Civil Rights Compliance and Investigation (CRCI)
French Administration Building, Room 225
PO Box 641022
Washington State University
Pullman, WA 99164
Phone: 509-335-8288 Fax: 509-335-5483
Kimberly D. Anderson, J.D.
Executive Director for Compliance
Title IX Coordinator