Everything You Need To Succeed

Your success is important to us! Learn about the various resources Heritage University offers to our students, and take advantage of the many resources available to you. We are happy to help!


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Academic Advising

The Office of Advising is located in the HU Village, Building 3100 and serves pre-major undergraduate students (freshman, transfer and re-admit) attending Heritage through the Toppenish campus.
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Career Services

Heritage University's Office of Career Services provides extensive career related resources to students and alumni from all academic disciplines. Looking for help on your resume, interview skills, or job search? Then you have come to the right place!
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College Assistance Migrant Program

If you are applying to Heritage University and have a migrant/seasonal farmworker background, the College Assistance Migrant Program (CAMP) is for you.
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Curricular Changes

Heritage University strives to provide students with degrees which are current in the field and provide students with the appropriate preparation for life after college...
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Early Learning Center

Welcome to YOUR center! We are happy that you have chosen to be a part of our exciting early education program here at Heritage University Early Learning Center (HUELC).
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Financial Aid

Our Financial Aid office works with you find resources to help fund your education. You’ll have access to state and federal financial aid options...
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High School Equivalency Program

Heritage University's High School Equivalency Program (HEP) is funded by the Office of Migrant Education.
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Institutional Research and Assessment

The Office of Institutional Research and Assessment at Heritage University gathers and provides information for decision making purposes to the University's administrators and other policy makers.
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IRB Institutional Review Board

The Heritage University Institutional Review Board is responsible for the review of all human subject research conducted at or by the Toppenish Campus and all regional campuses.
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MESA First Nations

Mathematics, Engineering, Science, Achievement (MESA) is an innovative and effective academic development program.
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Microsoft Office 365

Heritage University is happy to announce that Microsoft Office 365 is available for you AT NO COST! This is a FREE offer to all currently registered students.
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Office of Ability Services

The Office of Ability Services is in charge of approving academic accommodations for students with disabilities.
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Registrar and Transcripts

The Registrar's Office at Heritage University is dedicated to supporting the educational purpose and mission of the University.
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Student Consumer Complaint Process

Heritage University, as an institution authorized to provide post-secondary education in the State of Washington, is committed to full compliance with the Program Integrity Rule...
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Student Accounts

Student Accounts and the Business Office are dedicated to providing information and assisting our students with their charges, financial aid, and account balances.
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Testing Center

The Heritage University Testing Center offers a variety of testing services. The Testing Center is located on the Toppenish campus in the Academic Skills Center inside the Kathleen Ross Center Building.
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TRiO Student Support Services S3

The progressive history of TRiO began with Upward Bound, which emerged out of the Economic Opportunity Act of 1964 in response to the administration's War on Poverty
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Writing and Academic Skills Center

The mission of the Academic Skills Center is to facilitate independent learning by providing free, accessible academic support to the Heritage University community.
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Library

Heritage University’s Donald North Library is not just a place, it is an online service. Whether in the Library or logging into the Library via the Internet, students are able to access approximately 100 electronic resources 24/7. The Library also has laptops and tablets available for student checkout as well as group study rooms equipped with Smartboards.

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