Classes on the WSU Pullman campus will open as scheduled on Monday, Jan.12. University officials have been monitoring west side weather, road and flooding conditions to determine whether to delay the start of classes.
Stevens Pass was reopened Jan. 8, with Snoqualmie Pass following suit on Jan. 9. Overall statewide, weather reports appear to be more favorable, allowing student to travel.
Many students have already returned to the Pullman campus in anticipation of Monday’s scheduled opening. Students who have not returned as yet are urged to take every safety precaution.
Road and pass conditions
Before traveling, it is recommended that students, faculty and staff check current road conditions and weather forecasts. Links to all those websites are available on WSU Today online — just click on the “Road and Travel Conditions” link in the navigation bar, and the Weather.com link in the right-hand column.
For Washington Pass Reports: call 5-1-1.
For immediate reports on the WSU system, go to http://alert.wsu.edu.