Staffed by professionals who are committed to student success, the Academic Success Center (ASC) emphasizes independent scholarship abilities, collaborative learning and developmental advising.
534 E. Spokane Falls Blvd. Suite 203
Spokane, WA 99202
Get Lit! programs include an annual literary festival
and educational outreach programs that engage members of the Inland Northwest community in a celebration of reading, writing and storytelling for all ages.
Located on the main floor of JFK Library, the EWU Learning Commons fosters a community of inquiry and intellectual growth and support the: JFK Library; Program Leading to University Success (PLUS); Writers’ Center; Multimedia Commons (MMC); General Undergraduate Academic Advising (GUAA); Career Services; Office of Global Initiatives (OGI).
203 Huston Hall
Graphic design, illustrations and photography for EWU faculty and staff at no charge. Let us bring clarity to your content through collaboration with our design staff.
107 Monroe Hall
Division of Information Technology (IT)
JFK Library, Lower Floor
Dana Elder, Ph.D. Director
Honors, at Eastern Washington University, seeks to cultivate excellence in undergraduate education by providing enhanced educational opportunities to superior students and special teaching opportunities to outstanding faculty.
Riverpoint One–Suite 425
The Inland Northwest Center for Writers offers an undergraduate emphasis in creative writing within the English major, as well as a Master of Fine Arts degree that is recognized as one of the outstanding programs in the country.
119 Music Bldg.
The Music program at EWU is committed to students who seek careers in music as well as to providing music instruction and experience for the general university student.
204 Monroe Hall
Africana studies courses provide understanding and appreciation of the universal African diaspora today and historically from an Afrocentric world view.
706 5th Street
Eastern's American Indian Studies Program is designed to explore the past, present and future of American Indians through studies in their history, literature, research and culture.
203 Monroe Hall
The Chicano Education Program offers a Chicano studies academic minor designed to provide all students, regardless of ethnicity, a comprehensive understanding and appreciation of the Chicano/Latino community and relevant issues.
207 Monroe Hall
Women's and Gender Studies offers students an interdisciplinary examination of women's roles, contributions, history, and experiences, as well as a critical study of gender structures in societies and cultures in the U.S. and the world.
816 F St., 100 LIB
600 N. Riverpoint Blvd.
Spokane, WA 99210-1495
The Associated Students of Eastern Washington University (ASEWU) are a body of elected student representatives who work to promote and encourage the pursuit of higher education and student life on the main campus and branch campuses of EWU.
207 PEHR Classroom Bldg.
509.359.2463 or toll free 800.648.7697
114 Showalter Hall
Career Services provides resources for every stage of your career development. All our job, internship and volunteer opportunities can be found through EagleAXIS .
Intramural Sports (I.M.)
Club Sport Federation (CSF)
Campus Recreation is your one stop shop for everything sports including Club Sports, Intramurals, and Outdoor Recreation activities!
SRR is primarily responsible for enforcement of the EWU Student Conduct Code. SRR also provides student advocacy and mediation/conflict resolution services for EWU students who are seeking to resolve conflicts with other students.
Washington Student Association (WSA) is a professional statewide non-profit student organization that lobbies for, represents, serves and protects the collective interests of students in post-secondary education in Washington state.
102 Isle Hall
The independent, student-run news site of Eastern Washington University. If you would like to contribute a story or find out more about joining The Easterner staff, call 509.359.4318. If you have a news tip, press release, or story idea, call 509.359.6270.
A daily newsletter published by the Associated Students of Eastern Washington University during the academic year.