Day 9: LGBTQ+ Spaces and Support

Day 9: LGBTQ+ Spaces and Support

WOU strives for equality and student accommodation. Among the university’s many resources are specifically queer-safe spaces, offering support and counsel to those in the LGBTQ+ community and beyond. Triangle Alliance Triangle Alliance is WOU’s on-campus LGBTQ+ and...
Day 8: Hamersly Library

Day 8: Hamersly Library

Hamersly Library is one of the buildings on campus that students spend a lot of time over their years at Western Oregon University. In addition to books, there are computers to use, equipment to check out, a coffee shop, tables with whiteboard tops, study rooms, copy...
Day 7: Saving Money on Textbooks

Day 7: Saving Money on Textbooks

Textbooks can be a the stressful and unexpected expense for many in college. The textbooks you’ll need for class are entirely dependent on the classes you take, so it’s hard to know ahead of time exactly how much it will cost. At Western Oregon University,...
Day 6: Helpful Student Services

Day 6: Helpful Student Services

We offer a lot of services to students, ranging from academic support to social activities. Here are a few of them that are worth getting stoked about.  WOLF Ride WOLF Ride provides free shuttle service for students who might not feel safe walking after dark or if...
Day 5: All about WOU IDs

Day 5: All about WOU IDs

At SOAR, you most likely had your picture taken and received an identification (ID) card. If not, it’s important to visit the information desk in Werner University Center in order to request one. This card will include your name, picture, and student number, which all...