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With so many different opportunities on campus, trying to figure out where to start can seem overwhelming. This is a good place to start.
Below you will find information on how to connect with campus communities, what engagement opportunities are out there, and what the Associated Students (AS) can do for you!
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Get involved in organizations that speak to your interests, passions, academic pursuits, identities, goals for social change, and more.
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Through the advocacy work of Western students, the Multicultural Center opened in 2019 and allowed for an expansion of the Ethnic Student Center (ESC), the Student Advocacy and Identity Resource Centers (SAIRC) and programs of the Multicultural Services.
The AS Ethnic Student Center (ESC) is a student-run organization established in 1991. Their goal is to help students Affirm their identity, Build a sense of community, and Cultivate leadership (Their "ABCs"). The ESC is also home to 19 diverse clubs open to students of all backgrounds.
The Queer Resource Center (QRC) provides non-judgmental and unbiased programs, a safe space, and resources to both students who identify as queer and their allies.
The Womxn's Identity Resource Center supports and enables students who hold marginalized gender identities and expressions to fully and actively participate on WWU's campus.
The AS Disability Outreach Center (DOC) provides information, referrals and educational programming relating to disability topics that provide students a connection to community resources, raise awareness and to advocate for their human and civil rights.
The Associated Student's Blue Resource Center (BRC) is a student-funded, student-run office that provides non-judgmental peer support, educational programming, community-building events, direct advocacy, and resource referrals to undocumented and mixed status students.
The Veteran Services Office supports our military-connected student population with resources that foster academic success and financial resources while promoting student development.
International Student & Scholar Services (ISSS) supports students and scholars who journey from around the world by assisting with immigration issues, social and cultural adjustment, and other challenges that come with life in a new country.
The Outdoor Center enhances opportunities for students and the greater WWU community to involve themselves in outdoor recreation activities.
Campus Recreation Services provides Intramural Sports as an opportunity for current students to compete in a variety of organized competitive sports on the campus of Western Washington University.
WWU currently features 25 active sport clubs in a wide variety of sports and activities to help you attain your goals both academically and through sport club involvement.
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