AS Student Advocacy and Identity Resource Center
Student Advocacy and Identity Resource Center
The Student Advocacy and Identity Resource Center (SAIRC) is a collective of six resource centers serving historically under-resourced and marginalized students. The centers work independently to offer community building events and peer support to their respective communities, while also working collaboratively to offer intersectional programming and to advocate for intersecting communities.
The Associated Students Blue Resource Center (BRC) is a student-funded, student-run resource center that offers peer support and advocacy to undocumented and mixed status students and their families.
The Associated Students Disability Outreach Center (DOC) is a student-funded, student-run center for students with disabilities and community allies. We provide information, referrals, community building events, and educational programming in order to provide students with a connection to community resources, raise awareness and to advocate for their human and civil rights.
The Associated Students Queer Resource Center (QRC) is a student-funded, student-run center providing resources, events, community, and peer to peer support for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, and questioning (LGBTQ+) students at Western Washington University.
The Associated Students Veterans Community Coordinator (VCC) is a student-funded student position that coordinates events that foster community among student veterans. The VCC also provides veteran advocacy, peer support, and veteran resources and referrals.
The Associated Students Western Hub of Living Essentials (WHOLE) provides an on-campus food pantry for students experiencing food insecurity. The pantry includes non-perishable food; personal care products, such as shampoo and toothpaste; as well as gently used clothing.
The Associated Students Womxn's Identity Resource Center (WIRC) is a student-funded, student-run center providing resources, events and community for students of marginalized gender identities at Western Washington University.