In the classroom and beyond

In the classroom

  • Students are required to take 3 credit hours of “Diversity” designated courses.
  • The Access Center provides accommodations for students based on individual needs. Some accommodations include note taking, testing in a distraction-reduced environment, books in alternate print form (such as audio), adjustable chairs and tables and ASL Interpreting.

Outside the classroom


The campus works closely with the local community through programs such as GEAR-UP, MESA, MOSAIC, Noche de Familia and Connections to develop a welcoming environment for students of color and ethnic diversity at WSU Vancouver.