The David G. Pollart Center for Arts and Humanities serves as both the catalyst for innovative scholarship and creative activity, and as a public “front door” to the arts and humanities at WSU.
The Pollart Center Excellence Fund supports programming that enriches the WSU community and the WSU student experience.
Help WSU students experience the arts and humanities by donating to bring to the Pullman campus future exhibits, concerts, symposia, workshops, and other events that inspire.
“So much of the first-gen experience is being unsure about what questions to ask and what information you need, but the Pollart Center’s first-gen seminar provided so many valuable resources and connections that I would not have known otherwise. On top of that, each meeting gave me a supportive space to share my experiences, to learn, and to connect with others that have lived through similar experiences and challenges in academia.”Sara Brock, Second Year PhD Student in Rhetoric and Composition,
Department of English, WSU