PULLMAN, Wash. – WSU’s central Information Technology Services is offering up a look at its past year’s efforts via its 2018 annual report. The report includes top projects like recommissioning Waller Hall for this year’s bumper freshman class, and the protecting of data connections through stronger information security resources.

“Our employees have made major strides at addressing the mission of WSU (this year),” said Vice President and Chief Information Officer, Sasi Pillay, in his opening letter.  “Many of these accomplishments were made possible only because our hard-working staff in ITS collaborated with several organizations across WSU, such as Student Affairs, Provost’s Office, Office of Research, Academic Outreach and Innovation, to name a few.”

The annual report is now viewable on the ITS website.


  • Jacqueline Southwick, communication coordinator, Information Technology Services, 509-335-1192, jsouthwick@wsu.edu