Student Resources

Martinez Fellowship Program

Application open now! Deadline extended to May 6th.

The Martinez Fellowship Program aims to provide Teachers of Color with crucial resources for professional development and early career coaching throughout their undergraduate and graduate studies.

Similar to the mission of the Office of Diversity, Recruitment and Retention, the Martinez Fellowship Program is dedicated to improving teacher diversity and the retention of teachers of color in Washington State.

Link for the application and additional information:

Woodring Advising Office

  • Woodring Advising Homepage
    • Advising Notice: Currently, Teacher Education Admissions Staff are working remotely. Use the link above to set up a virtual advising appointment.

On Campus Resources

Food and Shelter

  • WWU Office of Student Life will connect you with a wide range of resources from food gift cards to rental assistance and technology issues – complete the survey here.


  • WWU emergency mental health services are available 24/7 by phone to current WWU students by calling 360-650-3164. During after hours students can call this number and press 1 to reach an emergency on-call counselor
  • Western’s Counseling Center recommends a number of other self-help resources for anxiety and depression
  • The American Psychological Association also offers suggestions for navigating life during COVID-19
  • Crisis Text Line: 741-741

Resources for Undocumented & Immigrant Students

Funding Resources:

Community & Institutional Partnerships

WWU Tutoring Center

Hours (currently online):

  • Sundays: 5:00pm - 9:00pm

  • Mondays - Thursdays: 10:00am - 9:00pm

  • Fridays: 10:00am - 5:00pm

  • You can also schedule an appointment online with a tutor outside of our drop-in hours