Access Center

Welcome to the Access Center

We are happy you have chosen to attend WSU and we are eager to assist you while you are here. The Access Center provides accommodations and services to incoming and current WSU students with disabilities, psychological or medical conditions, or temporary injuries that limit their access to the WSU environment.

Some examples of the academic accommodations and services we provide are testing accommodations (e.g. reduced distraction testing environment, extended time, etc.), access to lecture material, alternative print media, and assistive technology. We also assist interested students with time management and organizational skill development.

In order to receive accommodations through the Access Center you will need to submit documentation verifying the presence of a disability or chronic medical condition and meet with an Access Advisor to determine what accommodations will be most helpful for you.  Documentation establishes the individual as a person with specific functional limitations and provides a rationale for reasonable accommodations.


2017-18 Graduate Internship Position

The Access Center seeks one graduate intern for the 2017-18 academic year.  

This position will manage the Notetaking accommodation program and assist with disability awareness programming. 

Full position descriptions are located on the Access Center website:

The hourly rate of pay is $19.67 and the position includes a tuition waiver of $5,445 per semester.  The position requires an average of 20 hours per week.  Applicant must be a Washington state resident, be eligible for work-study, and be enrolled in graduate school at WSU Pullman for the 2017-18 year.  

Application priority deadline:  June 19.   Interested students are to submit a current resume, cover letter and names and contact information for three references to Meredyth Goodwin at