ClearPass, a service providing self‑registration via mobile device or laptop, will be launched Feb. 15 on the Pullman campus, with other campuses to follow.
The proposed increase in permit rates would be the first in four years, and would support capital projects, maintenance and operations of the WSU parking system.
The proposed changes would allow pharmacy, medicine and nursing students to be supervised by preceptors from any of those professions while taking vital signs at health fairs and volunteer activities.
When Pratt, aka Star‑Lord from “Guardians of the Galaxy” and a proud Pacific Northwest hobby farmer in real life, brags to his four million followers about winning a blue ribbon, you know it’s a big deal.
WSU remains ahead of schedule in its three‑year push to erase what had been a $30 million annual operating deficit.
The Okta system will provide more robust security tools and resources when accessing WSU data and applications.
The tool was created based on community partner experiences and food pantry feedback.
The board also authorized WSU President Kirk Schulz to settle a lawsuit connected to a potential data breach that occurred following the theft of a university hard drive in 2017.
Interested students must RSVP online by Wednesday, Jan. 30.
The unified, systemwide service desk is hosted by Information Technology Services and will launch Monday, Jan. 28.