Continued learning enriches our lives. Take advantage of all the resources available to you at work and in our community.
Online training: 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.
Instructor-Led Training: Human Resource Services coordinates live Instructor-Led Trainings (ILT) that deliver WSU system-specific training, including training grouped by topic to address the needs of specific WSU audiences.
Tuition Fee Waiver
View the WSU Policies about tuition fee waivers for eligible employees:
WSU Museum of Art at Washington State: The Museum of Art is committed to fostering premier educational experiences through meaningful encounters with creativity and innovation.
Pullman Art Galleries: Visit the Artisans at the Dahmen Barn, The Bank Left Gallery, Third Street Gallery and more.
Museums: Visit The Palouse Discovery Science Center, The Staley Museum, the Conner Museum and more.
American Culture and Ethnic Groups
WSU Culture and Heritage Houses: 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.
WSU Libraries: Find information on all WSU Pullman and Regional Libraries.
Pullman Neil Public Library: 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.
Moscow Public Library: 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.
Government and Public Libraries: Find local public or state libraries, federal libraries and archives, grants for libraries, or ask a librarian for help.