Below you will find a compilation of links that lead to helpful resources regarding anything from completing your first year of graduate school to housing options and activities on campus to finishing your degree and starting your career.
- AGO Website
- Anthropology Research Facilities
- Becoming a Resident
- Counseling Services
- Disability Resource Center (DRC)
- Financial Aid
- Graduate School
- Graduate Student Evaluation Form
- Graduate School’s Policies and Procedures Manual
- Housing Information
- Local Information
- Outdoor Recreation (ORC)
- Schedule of Classes
- TA Checklist
- Tuition and Fees
- Student Recreation Center
Lambda Alpha National Anthropology Honors Society
WSU hosts the Beta of Washington chapter of the National Anthropology Honors Society. Lambda Alpha (https://laanthro.org/) supports scholarship and research by acknowledging and honoring superior achievement in the discipline among students engaged in the study of anthropology. Superior academic performance is recognized through membership in the society. Lambda Alpha rewards academic excellence through the annual awarding of student scholarships, research grants, and student paper prizes.
Minimum Requirements for Graduate Membership:
A minimum 3.25 overall GPA and good departmental standing. Membership applications will be solicited during the spring semester. Contact the chapter faculty sponsor, Dr. Rachel Horowitz, for more information.
Lambda Alpha Graduate Student Research Grants:
The society awards research grants to graduate student members each spring. Look for more information about grant submission processes in the spring semester, and visit the Lambda Alpha website for more information (https://laanthro.org/student-awards/). All grant applications must be submitted directly by the chapter.
For answers to any questions not covered in these pages please email, call or write to us:
Main Office Information:
College Hall 150
PO Box 644910
Pullman, WA 99164-4910