The targeted screenings are designed to quickly identify and contain potential infections by requiring COVID‑19 testing among those who live in, or visit, a specific campus facility.
Updates on the University’s testing plans for the Spring 2021 semester as well as information on a new grading option were among the topics discussed during the final COVID‑19 town hall of the year.
More students will be living in WSU’s residence halls during spring semester, placing an increased importance on making sure they feel connected with each other.
The students are receiving hands‑on learning experiences taught by health care providers, faculty at WSU Health Sciences Spokane and health sciences college students as part of the 24th annual Na‑ha‑shnee Summer Institute.
The $5.5 million project marks the fraternity’s 100th anniversary at WSU and echoes the white-pillared design of the original chapter house.
WSU sororities take on the largest philanthropy project in the organization’s history.
As the number of retirees grows, the senior living industry is undergoing a resort-style makeover and WSU’s hospitality program is helping lead the way.
By Steve Nakata, Administrative Services
PULLMAN, Wash. – As a first-generation college student, Celia Balderas lacked confidence when she arrived as a freshman at Washington State University. For Clayton Simundson, a first-season football injury meant an entirely new direction for his college career.