WSU Employee Training and Development
Over 3,500 interactive online courses and over 15,000 online books are available to current WSU employees! Interested in reading a book on communication skills? Taking a leadership simulation? You can get it all online.
Human Resource Services coordinates live, Instructor-Led Trainings (ILT) that deliver WSU system-specific training. Including trainings grouped by topic to address the needs of specific WSU audiences. View the Instructor-Led Training page to see a complete list of all Instructor-Led Trainings offered.
Tuition Fee Waiver
WSU Policy about tuition fee waivers fro eligible employees:
The Museum of Art is committed to fostering premier educational experiences through meaningful encounters with creativity and innovation.
Visit the Artisans at the Dahmen Barn, The Bank Left Gallery, Third Street Gallery and more.
Visit The Palouse Discovery Science Center, The Staley Museum, the Conner Museum and more.
American Culture and Ethnic Groups
Between 2006 and 2011, Washington State University established a set of cultural centers on the Pullman campus called the Culture and Heritage Houses. Each of the Houses is dedicated to the art, history, and culture of a different community of color: African/African Americans, Chicano/Latinos, Native Americans, and Asian/Pacific Islanders.
Find information on all WSU Pullman and Regional Libraries.
Neill Public Library is a gateway to the world of knowledge providing free access
to ideas, information and the richness of human culture. The library offers a stimulating, safe environment for discovery and exploration as well as a beautiful, comfortable setting for reading and relaxation.
The Moscow branch serves as headquarters of the Latah County Library District and houses roughly 60% of the District’s 100,000 volumes, both adult and juvenile.
Find local public or state libraries, federal libraries and archives, grants for libraries, or ask a librarian for help.