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WSU Veterans Center

Located within the Holland Library (room 120B, near the microfiche section), this is your place! Hang out with fellow Veteran students, relax between classes or in the evening before heading home, use the ample table space and whiteboard for study groups, take advantage of the student computers and printer, learn about VA benefits, involvement/employment opportunities, and services offered by the school for veterans, or just pour a cup of coffee and read the paper.


Office of Veterans Affairs

  • Located within the WSU Veterans Center, Holland Library, rm 120BA
  • (509) 335-1234 or 1857 phone
  • (509) 335-9429 fax

The WSU Office of Veterans Affairs is here for you, the Veteran student. We are dedicated to ensuring the smooth application of your VA education benefits; while also providing information on a wide variety of Veteran services and help with any issues that the Veteran student might encounter. Please do not hesitate to call, email, or stop by!


VA mobile medical center:

The VA Mobile Medical Center visits the WSU campus one day each month (see the events calendar on the main veterans page for dates) The mobile center is capable of enrolling Veterans into the VA medical system, providing initial physicals, and conducting routine medical services.  The service is provided by appointment only.  Please contact Michael Lehman, R.N., with the Spokane VA hospital to make an appointment - 509-991-6276,

Resident Tuition

There are many circumstances under which veterans, active duty members, WA National Guard members, dependents, and spouses are eligible for the resident tuition rate.  Please contact the WSU Office of Veterans Affairs for further details

Priority Registration

Veterans, Active Duty members, Reservists, National Guard members and spouses of the aforementioned, receive priority registration for classes at WSU, every semester.  You will never have to worry about that one class you need filling up before you can get to it!

Academic Success and Career Center

  • Lighty Building, Room 180
  • (509) 335-6000
  • Website

Receive academic counseling, find out more about tutoring and learning strategies, and help to develop your study skills.  You may also receive assistance in developing your educational goals, help in deciding a major, choosing a new career, or even job search counseling.

The ASCC also provides Veteran-specific career counseling during walk-in hours at the Student Veterans Center.  Their hours are 2-4pm, Tuesday and Wednesday.  Services include resume/cover letter writing and review, interview prep, career counseling, job search strategies, and more.


 Spring 2018 Veterans Transition Seminar

The Veterans Transition Seminar (UCOLL 304 section 5) is designed to assist you as you transition from the Military to a major research university. Navigating a large university can seem overwhelming at first, but UCOLL 304 exists to help you settle into your new role as a student. For example, in the seminar you will learn how to navigate the university’s complex library system; tips on effective note taking strategies, effective reading and study tips, how to organize and budget your time efficiently to not only devote to your education, but how to fit in personal pursuits as well. Last but not least, we will also help in identifying your new career objectives and/or goals, and how to select a major that would be fitting to those goals.


We appreciate your service to our country-

The Veteran's Transition Seminar's goal is to serve you!


For more information or to be enrolled please contact:

Blaine Golden

Coordinator, Veterans Affairs Office

Office: Holland 120BA    Phone: 509-335-1234