The university reduced its annual operating deficit by $22 million, surpassing its fiscal year 2018 goal by $12 million.
Needed bridge repairs along State Route 26 will shut down a portion of one of the most popular routes to Pullman for students, faculty and staff traveling from western Washington.
The effort relies on increasing revenue 27 percent by Fiscal Year 2023 while continuing to contain expenses.
Earlier this month, the Washington State University Board of Regents accepted the University’s financial report for the 2017 fiscal year.
Committee members include students, faculty and administrators who will provide feedback and recommendations on a wide range of topics.
Your budget justification may not make or break the proposal, but a well written justification can make for a smoother funding process.
More than four dozen comments have been received so far, all reflecting a passion for WSU’s continued growth.
Regents note that after four years of strategic investments that drew down WSU’s reserves, a daunting list of challenges awaited President Kirk Schulz when he accepted the job 18 months ago.
PULLMAN, Wash. – A new university website, titled Fiscal Health, has been created to keep the Washington State University community informed and involved in the systemwide initiative to restore WSU’s fiscal health.
The additional service, announced Thursday afternoon by Alaska Air, is scheduled to begin in early January to coincide with the beginning of spring semester and will resume again on select days in March to help accommodate spring break travel. The idea of additional Pullman service on key winter travel weekends was discussed in a recent meeting between President Kirk Schulz and Alaska Air CEO Brad Tilden.