During the academic year, information sessions and one-on-one drop-in meetings are led by WSU students who are trained to clarify the community standards process from a student perspective and answer any questions you may have. These sessions will help you understand your rights and responsibilities and what you can expect moving forward. Each information session should last 30-45 minutes and each drop-in is scheduled for 30 minutes.
Information sessions will not be held on or during University or Class Holidays.
Community Standards Process Information Sessions:
Information sessions are held weekly with a prepared presentation to provide information around the Center for Community Standards and the Community Standards process. There is time at the end for general questions.
- Register for a Monday session at 3:00 PM (PST) via Zoom (click here)
Community Standards Peer Educator Drop-In Information Sessions:
Drop-in sessions are new as of Spring 2021! These can be in place of the general information session that occurs weekly or in addition to that session. These sessions are dedicated one-on-one times to connect with our Peer Educator and ask specific questions. Our Peer Educator is knowledgeable about all aspects of the Community Standards process and is familiar with most resources available to students interacting with the Center for Community Standards.
- Sign up for a 30 minute drop-in meeting with our Peer Educator!
- Sessions occur throughout the week on multiple days. View the current schedule by accessing the sign-ups here.
If students are not able to attend one of the sessions listed above, contact the Center for Community Standards 509-335-4532 to make arrangements.