To meet the needs of their student populations, pre-packaged boxes of food are being assembled on several campuses for pickup, while others are taking steps to ensure shopping can occur with minimal in-person contact.
Philanthropic relief funding is available for Washington State University students attending classes on any WSU campus who are experiencing financial emergencies related to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The 2020 Census is especially vital for communities like Pullman, Vancouver, Spokane, Tri-Cities and Everett, which provide robust public services for their college student populations.
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.
ASWSU will host its 16th annual Multicultural Fundraiser on March 11 for three conferences designed to encourage students from underrepresented populations to attend college.
WSU’s semi-annual Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Summit will explore equity in scholarship, places and all the spaces between.
Latinx feminist mental health activist Dior Vargas will bring a message of hope and encouragement to what she calls the ‘invisible’ populations during her first‑ever trip to the Palouse region.
Despite a weather-related suspension of normal campus operations on the Pullman campus Wednesday, a public hearing scheduled for 4 p.m. will take place as scheduled, WSU officials said.
WSU Tri-Cities will host a series of events in February to celebrate advocacy efforts and to raise awareness about the African American experience in the Tri-Cities in honor of Black History Month.
A first generation college student is working to revive WSU’s chapter of The Society for the Advancement of Chicanos/Hispanics and Native Americans in Science, an organization focused on helping Chicano/Hispanic and Native American undergraduates and graduate students attain advanced degrees.