Washington State University recognizes the importance of, and supports, the work that trained service animals can provide to those with disabilities. The University also supports providing accommodations for emotional support animals to those with a medically – documented need for such animals.
- Frequently Asked Questions
- EP 39 Online Training
- EP 39 Service Animal Policy Training – Instructor-Led Training
Service Animals in Training – Service animals in training are not protected under state or federal law, therefore are not allowed in public spaces without proper authorization.
Emotional Support Animals (ESAs) – Students and others who reside in University Housing (WSU Residence Halls and WSU apartments) may request an accommodation to allow an ESA. The WSU Access Center and the Department of Housing and Residence Life have developed a process to request this type of accommodation. Access Center and Residence Life ESA Procedures and Forms
Service Animal Exclusions – Coming Soon
Questions? Contact the ADA Coordinator