For all students

For all students

  • Nurse Corps Scholarship program open

    The 2022 Nurse Corps Scholarship Program (SP) application cycle is now open. Nurse Corps provides financial support to students accepted to or enrolled in a nursing degree program at an accredited school of nursing in the United States. After graduation from nursing school, scholarship recipients serve a minimum two-year commitment at an approved health care facility with a critical shortage of […]

    Read Story
  • FAFSA deadline coming up

    Please be aware that the priority deadline for current WSU students to submit the FAFSA is Nov. 30, and for incoming students is Jan. 31, 2022. Meeting that priority deadline ensures you will be considered for work study (if you have  indicated you’re interested in work study), grants, and scholarships.  

    Read Story
  • Clothing sale taking orders now

    Yakima students put together a clothing sale featuring our new brand mark. Orders are open to all, with the products shipped directly to the buyer. You can order at this website, with a Nov. 10 deadline for orders.

    Read Story
  • Funding opportunity for students

    The College of Nursing is proud to announce a new funding opportunity for undergraduate or graduate students completing research in addiction studies or behavioral health. The Rayce Rudeen Fund Supporting Addiction Research will provide valuable funding each semester specifically for student research purposes. This may include, but is not limited to, production and implementation of […]

    Read Story
  • Plans for Fall Commencement in Pullman – all campuses invited to attend

    The WSU Events team wants to update you on the plans for fall commencement (separate from convocation/pinning). We are planning two in-person ceremonies in Pullman on December 11, 2021. The first ceremony at 10 a.m. will be for the summer and fall 2021 graduates (current graduates). The second ceremony at 1:30 p.m. will be for […]

    Read Story
  • Racism in community health discussed at virtual programs in November

    Seattle CityClub is offering two Civic Boot Camp programs addressing racism in community health, on November 5th and 12th. These virtual sessions are free, or pay what you can, and might be of interest to anyone concerned with achieving racial equity in healthcare. The events will explore the consequences of racism in our public health […]

    Read Story
  • Alcohol and Drug Abuse Research Program grant applications due Oct. 21

    ADARP applications for pilot grants, post‑doc grants, graduate student grants, and spring semester undergraduate fellowships are available online. Read more

    Read Story
  • Come Work for a Local, Family-Owned Detox!

    Spokane Falls Recovery Center is looking for 2 talented, hard-working nurses who are in the business of caring for people. Our detox facility is small, which allows for genuine quality time to work with individual patients and deliver exceptional, holistic care. As much as we care about our patients, we care equally for our employees. […]

    Read Story
  • Please alert students to upcoming presentation on cleft lip and palate

    The Department of Speech & Hearing Sciences is hosting an annual presentation on surgical and orthodontic management of cleft lip and palate, both in-person and on Zoom, and nursing students are invited. Typically more than 100 students attend and it is very well-received. Please let students know about this opportunity. Wednesday, October 27th  6:00-7:30PM In […]

    Read Story
  • New modernized WSU brand builds on 130‑year history

    A modernized Washington State University brand that highlights the university’s core purpose and long-held traditions will be introduced to the WSU community beginning today. Some two years in development, the evolved brand highlights WSU’s 130‑year commitment to unlocking the power of possibilities in students, faculty, and communities across the state and beyond. The university’s most […]

    Read Story

  • Plans for Fall Commencement in Pullman – all campuses invited to attend

    The WSU Events team wants to update you on the plans for fall commencement (separate from convocation/pinning). We are planning two in-person ceremonies in Pullman on December 11, 2021. The first ceremony at 10 a.m. will be for the summer and fall 2021 graduates (current graduates). The second ceremony at 1:30 p.m. will be for […]

    Read Story
  • Nov. 10-Understanding and Navigating Culturally Safe Dialogues and Cultural Humility

    This interactive session is designed to be a safe, brave and welcoming space for Building a Community of Equity (BaCE) Program participants to explore concepts of cultural safety, restorative justice and cultural humility; shifting and shared power; and their relevancy in research and scholarship, teaching, service and practice to advance health equity. There is a CE opportunity.

    Read Story
  • Nov. 3 – Fall 2021 Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Justice Summit

    Wednesday, November 3 | 9:00–11:00 a.m. Join us via Zoom | Passcode 934044 Join faculty, staff, and students to learn about efforts and initiatives happening within WSU, meet people with shared interests and passions, and find ways to get involved in equity and social justice work. If you need accommodations to fully participate, please email […]

    Read Story
  • Please alert students to upcoming presentation on cleft lip and palate

    The Department of Speech & Hearing Sciences is hosting an annual presentation on surgical and orthodontic management of cleft lip and palate, both in-person and on Zoom, and nursing students are invited. Typically more than 100 students attend and it is very well-received. Please let students know about this opportunity. Wednesday, October 27th  6:00-7:30PM In […]

    Read Story
  • Nurse Corps Scholarship program open

    The 2022 Nurse Corps Scholarship Program (SP) application cycle is now open. Nurse Corps provides financial support to students accepted to or enrolled in a nursing degree program at an accredited school of nursing in the United States. After graduation from nursing school, scholarship recipients serve a minimum two-year commitment at an approved health care facility with a critical shortage of […]

    Read Story
  • College of Nursing Scholarship Application Cycle Opens Sept. 1

    The College of Nursing Scholarship application opens September 1, 2021. You must be enrolled and taking courses at the College of Nursing to be eligible to apply. Although this scholarship program is specific to College of Nursing students, there are a number of other scholarship and funding opportunities available through the University and outside institutions. You can […]

    Read Story
  • Licensed RN sought for Martin Hall

    CCCS, Inc., a Butte, Montana-based nonprofit, is accepting applications for a full-time Registered Nurse at the Martin Hall Juvenile Detention Facility located in Medical Lake, Washington. The position provides routine health care services to male and female juveniles. Successful candidates must be a graduate from an accredited school of nursing and must be licensed as […]

    Read Story
  • School nurse – Ephrata School District

    1.000 FTE7.00 Hours Per Day 188 Days per YearApproximate Start Date – 8/23/2022 Salary: $48,018.00 – $93,005.00(Salary placement is dependent upon education and experience.) Closing or Screening Date: Open Until Filled(To be considered for this position, please submit a completed onlineapplication and required documents on or before this date.) Actual salary will be based on […]

    Read Story
  • Kootenai Health Residency Program

    Join the Kootenai Health Residency Program! Let us help you grow, love, and be successful in your nursing career! The Kootenai Health Nurse Residency Program is a year-long program that provides an innovative, person-centered support structure for the acquisition of evidence-based practice, standardization of knowledge and skills to ensure our nurses are confidently prepared, supported, […]

    Read Story
  • Johns Hopkins seeks site nurse, health assistant for summer program in Seattle

    Johns Hopkins University’s Center for Talented Youth (CTY) program will hold a residential summer camp for students from around the globe on the campus of Seattle University. Residential staff include a site nurse and health assistant, both paid positions, for two sessions. For more information on these positions and the goals and structure of the […]

    Read Story
  • Direct Support Professional / Caregiver

    L’Arche Spokane is a nonprofit organization providing care and services to adults with developmental disabilities that’s part of an international federation located in 38 countries. Job Description: Assistants/Caregivers share life with adults who have intellectual disabilities (the “core members” of the community), offering hands-on assistance with daily living skills, finances, and health care. Assistants participate […]

    Read Story
  • MultiCare Tacoma General Hospital NICU Residency

    We are looking for new BSN graduates who are passionate about NICU and looking for a challenging and rewarding opportunity to grow in their career.  For more information about this NICU residency, visit https://jobs.multicare.org/jobs/?id=192183

    Read Story
  • Come Work for a Local, Family-Owned Detox!

    Spokane Falls Recovery Center is looking for 2 talented, hard-working nurses who are in the business of caring for people. Our detox facility is small, which allows for genuine quality time to work with individual patients and deliver exceptional, holistic care. As much as we care about our patients, we care equally for our employees. […]

    Read Story
  • The Department of Social and Health Services is Hiring Read Story