Want a Quiet Place to Study?
The computer lab is a free resource provided to WSU students by the Women’s Resource Center. The lab contains a few computers with internet access and study space. You will also find advertising for events being hosted throughout the academic year on each side of the room, and it can be a great space for small study groups.
Students are welcome to browse and check out books from our resource library. We host an extensive collection of female-centered and leadership development books, as well as books selected for common reading. Materials available include journals, periodicals, books, information files and video tapes. The Resource Library also subscribes to several national publications including Women in Higher Education, About Women On Campus, On Campus With Women, Women's Health Watch, Center for Research on Women Research Report, Washington Women United, the Center for Women Policy Studies Report, and many more. This extensive collection is available to the entire University population.
The library also has space for a small meeting of between two to eight people. To reserve the room for a meeting or to check out a book, call or visit the Women’s Resource Center.
Library and computer hours are during open hours: 8:30am – 5pm, Monday to Friday.