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Transfer StudentsA two-year school, a four-year school or some of each: wherever you're from, start planning your transfer to EWU. Here's how.
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Cheney, WA 99004
Transfer Student Resources
Eastern Washington University is committed to student success. That means you have access to multiple services and programs that accommodate your needs inside and outside of the classroom.
Academic Degree Planner
Already know what degree you're going to earn? Start planning for future quarters with the Academic Degree Planner. In just four pages you'll find tons of useful information that explains how to graduate from EWU as fast as possible.
Adviser Contact Information
After you've been accepted to EWU, set up an appointment with your academic adviser using the Adviser Contact Information page. You'll find a list of advisors' names, phone extensions and emails.
Get resume assistance, practice your interview skills or find a job or internship with EWU's Career Services. Remember, you can use Career Services even after you graduate. Once you're an Eagle, you're an Eagle 4 Life!
If you have children between six weeks and 10 years old, EWU offers educational daycare through our Children's Center.
Join fellow students who volunteer at organizations in the Cheney/Spokane area. Contact the Office of Community Engagement.
Need to look at degree options or class descriptions? Your best best is the course catalog.
Disability Support Services
Get details about disability accommodations and other related information from Disability Support Services.
If you're looking for Family Housing while attending EWU, consider applying for a university apartment. Apartments are available on a first-come first-serve basis, and they usually fill up fast.
Find information about student parent assistance and upcoming events for kids at the Women and Gender Studies' H.O.M.E. blog.
If you're looking for a way to boost your grades, or if want a second pair of eyes to read your paper, the Learning Commons is here to help. Located on the second floor of the JFK library, the Learning Commons covers most of the floor and hosts a multi-media lab, the Writer's Center, and the EWU PLUS study groups.
Support campus-wide inclusion and respect in a safe environment with the Pride Center.
Not sure your college course will be equivalent with one at EWU? Use the Transfer Guide to see if someone has already transferred the.
Veterans Resource Center
For military and veteran specific advising, refer to the Veterans Resource Center. EWU has the largest VRC in the Pacific Northwest.