Student & Support Services
307 Monroe Hall
206 Showalter Hall
We offer affordable graduate programs. Apply by going directly to the online application, however, you should familiarize yourself with the specific program requirements before submitting your application.
114 Showalter Hall
We offer resources for career planning, internships, and professional preparation.
121 Tawanka Hall
The Office of Disability Support Services is dedicated to the coordination of appropriate and reasonable accommodations for students with disabilities.
For emergencies call 911
509.359.7676 (non-emergency) EWU Police Cheney
509.358.7995 (non-emergency) EWU Spokane
509.359.6310 (non-emergency) EWU police administration
102 Sutton Hall
303 Sutton Hall
The Student Employment office primarily assists students in finding part-time work to help fund their education, gain valuable work experience, and test out career choices. Search for student employment through EagleAXIS.
1027 Cedar Street
509.359.2451 or 800.583.3345
New Student Transitions & Parent Programs coordinates programs to assist new students and parents in making a successful academic and social transition into Eastern Washington University. These programs include the summer firstSTEP Orientation, Transfer Session, Welcome Week Orientation and Parent Programs.
202 Sutton Hall or Riverpoint Phase One Bldg.
509.359.6372 or 509.828.1395
The Student Financial Services Office assists families with making payments for tuition, refunding excess financial aid, setting up direct deposit and answering billing questions. We also offer assistance with third party reimbursements and guaranteed tuition plans.
120 Tawanka Hall
EWU’s Thinking of You program is an on campus gift delivery program.
N. 668 Riverpoint Blvd. Room 101
Spokane, WA 99202
Student Services aims to support student success by providing student records, registration and account assistance, connecting students to campus resources and serving as a general information hub for EWU Spokane.
Eastern’s fine and performing arts facilities include two art galleries, two theatres, a music auditorium, KEWU 89.5 FM and an electronic media program. These disciplines are open for students and community members who want to experience the arts.
Pence Union Building—reopens fall 2018
An overview of EWU halls and buildings.
Facilities & Planning
A two-level 17,000 sq. ft. fitness center, 30' indoor climbing wall, Ice rink (June–March), The Roost dining area and more.
Customer Service 509.359.2826
923 Washington St.
509.359.2025 or 359.2023
Managed by the YMCA of the Inland NW, the Children's Center offers a developmentally appropriate, child-centered educational program for the children of EWU students, faculty and staff.
225 Martin Hall
CAPS at Riverpoint–509.828.1398
120 Tawanka Hall
We can provide you with a new or replacement EagleCard anytime during our normal business hours.
207C Monroe Hall
The H.O.M.E. (Helping Ourselves Means Education) program is affiliated with the Women’s Studies Center that provides support services for Eastern Washington University’s student parents.
131 Tawanka Hall
122 Showalter Hall