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Access Center Grievances

PULLMAN, GLOBAL AND EVERETT

Complaints regarding being adversely impacted by the Access Center staff, policies, or procedures, or where an accommodation is not being appropriately provided, can be made to the Access Center Director or responsible Student Affairs supervisor.

SPOKANE

Complaints regarding being adversely impacted by Access Services staff, policies, or procedures, or where an accommodation is not being appropriately provided, can be made to the WSU Spokane Vice Chancellor of Student Affairs.

TRI CITIES

Students are encouraged to resolve concerns by first contacting the Disability Services office at (509) 372-7352 or those with hearing disabilities may use 1-800-833-6388 (Washington Relay Services) and they will contact our office, so that we can discuss your issues.

VANCOUVER

Students registered with the WSU Vancouver Access Center who believe they have been adversely impacted by Access Center staff, policies or procedures, or who believed that an assigned accommodation is not being appropriately provided, should first contact the Access Center.