There are around 1,500 students on the post 9/11 G.I. Bill attending classes across the WSU system. Pullman alone has more than 1,100 students who are veterans or military affiliated.
The official kick‑off of the 2021–2022 academic year begins at 10 a.m. Friday inside Beasley Coliseum.
The appointment is part of the OneWSU initiative that maintains some centralized operations for efficiency while more closely aligning individual campuses with local community needs.
When he’s not teaching mathematics, WSU professor Sergey Lapin might be working to speed detection of deadly disease or to expand understanding of European history.
The first COVID‑19 town hall of 2021 included information for caregivers as well as updates on the state’s Phase Finder tool and the outlook for the Fall 2021 semester.
Members of the WSU administration address questions about security, privacy and other concerns regarding the use of ProctorU to monitor tests taken remotely by students.
Starting fall semester 2020, Pharmacy doctoral students will have the option to pursue their master’s in engineering and technology management or receive a certificate in six distinct areas.
The MESI Certificate is a new paradigm in undergraduate education that focuses on the whole student and prepares graduates not only for the next phase in their careers but for life.
WSU Everett will transition its in‑person classes and exams to an online format beginning Monday, March 9 through March 13. The campus and Everett University Center will remain open and staff members should report as normal.
Cougs Rise is erasing barriers to success for dozens of students this summer through transitional programming that gives them a taste of college life.