A little bit about me: I moved to Pullman in 2006 from southern California as an undergrad. I loved Pullman so much that I decided to stay here. Previously I worked at the WSU Global campus as part of their student services team helping our students earning their degree online. I love discovering new places to eat. Ask me for my recommendations. Most of my free time is spent trying to entertain my young son and our many animals (two puppies and two cats).
In my office you will find:
- Pictures of my son
- Postcards of places I have been
- A couple paintings
What I enjoy about advising: I enjoy helping students discover what they are passionate about. All of our students are unique and it makes advising them fun. I can relate to our major exploring students because by the time I graduated I had changed my major at least a few times before I settled on Psychology as a major. I am thrilled at the opportunity to be an advisor and to be a resource for students who are still exploring what they want to major in.
- Bachelor of Science in Psychology from Washington State University
What Cassandra’s Students Say
“She was great. Did an awesome job helping me boosted my confidence.”
“Was great. Relieved my worries.”
“She was very understanding and very nice.”
Major Exploration Advising Program
Washington State University
Daggy Hall, room 201
P.O. Box 642421
Pullman, WA 99164-2421
WSU will switch from face-to-face classes, testing, and academic advising to distance delivery beginning on Monday, March 23. Here are some things to know about academic advising.