The Office of Multicultural Student Services (MSS) seeks to facilitate the best undergraduate experience for multicultural, first generation, and other underrepresented students through the provision of culturally relevant services to enhance their learning and development and foster their successful transition, adjustment, persistence, achievement, and graduation.
Multicultural Student Services is located on the 4th Floor of the Compton Union Building (CUB).
Main Office: CUB 409
Phone: (509) 335-7852
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MSS Front Desk
March 19, 2021
To Our WSU Community and Stakeholders,
Amidst the domestic terror attack that targeted Asian American women in Atlanta, GA on Tuesday, March 16th, our Student Centers, programs, and staff with Washington State University’s Student Equity/Multicultural Student Services area remains steadfast in our solidarity with Asian Pacific American communities. Over the past year, the Asian American Community has seen over 3,800 violent incidents that has been reported. In recognizing the history of violence targeting Asian Pacific Americans and the violence more recently targeting Asian American elders, our area is committed to continue our efforts in educating and learning more about Asian Pacific American communities and their rich history of contributions that have been made and continue to be made for our country as well as across the world.
While our equity work includes promoting the retention and leadership development for Asian Pacific Americans and other communities of color, the tragic deaths and related violence such as this past Tuesday galvanizes our work even more. Our team invites students to reach out to us for support as we try to reach out as well.
In love and solidarity.
We're now offering expanded services to all of our WSU Students! Now you're able to book your very own space to study, connect with others, or hangout in one of our student centers!
All students are required to comply with COVID-19 protocols before entering our spaces on campus.
- Students must complete their arrival testing before coming to campus. More information about arrival testing can be found here: WSU Arrival Testing
- Fill out your daily COVID-19 attestation on your my.wsu.edu account before entering campus spaces.
- Please maintain 6-feet social distancing with others and sanitize your space before and after use.
- If you are feeling sick, or are experiencing any symptoms of COVID-19, PLEASE STAY HOME to mitigate the risk of spread.
- WSU offers COVID-19 testing for its Pullman students. Please visit: https://wsu.edu/covid-19/covid-19-testing/student-testing-locations/ for more information about testing in Pullman.
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