Washington State University is pushing back the start time for its next COVID-19 online town hall to 4 p.m. Wednesday, June 24 due to Gov. Jay Inslee’s planned news conference focusing on higher education. The news conference is scheduled to begin at 3 p.m.
WSU leadership will share updates and answer questions on a variety of topics during the town hall, including:
- High‑level review of plans for fall 2020
- Potential changes to the fall semester academic calendar
- Tentative plans for housing, dining and Greek life for the fall semester on the WSU Pullman campus
- Attestation and return to work guidelines
- Update on intercollegiate athletics
WSU President Kirk Schulz will be joined by Interim Provost Bryan Slinker, Vice President of Student Affairs Mary Jo Gonzales, Vice President and Chief Human Resource Officer Theresa Elliot‑Cheslek, and Director of Athletics Pat Chun.
Questions can be submitted ahead of time via an online submission form.
Past town halls can be viewed via the Experience WSU website.
The latest information on the university’s response to the ongoing pandemic can be found on its COVID‑19 website.