In many respects the COVID pandemic is revolutionizing the ways WSU Pullman’s affinity student centers are providing support and facilitating student engagement.
The grant will be used to develop a regional Feed the Future Animal Health Innovation Lab and research program, based in Nairobi, Kenya.
After steady enrollment growth each year since 2013, the system‑wide total dipped just 1.4% to 31,159 students for Fall 2020 during the ongoing COVID‑19 pandemic.
Testing by the Washington National Guard will resume at 1 p.m. inside the venue and be available until 5 p.m. for all current WSU Pullman students.
Six nationally-known speakers in the disability community will give Zoom presentations for faculty, staff and students.
The grants will support students from disadvantaged backgrounds. To qualify for the program, students must be a first‑generation college student, from an economically disadvantaged background or have a documented disability.
Cougar Health Services and National Guard testing sites opened Tuesday in Pullman.
Diagnostic COVID‑19 testing will be available on the Pullman campus Wednesday through Friday as WSU’s efforts to expand capacity continue.
The Division of Student Affairs has teamed up with students to promote behaviors that help keep the Cougar community at‑large healthy.
A coordinated system of mobile services and then a fixed site will begin providing symptomatic, diagnostic testing as part of WSU’s effort to help manage the impacts of the global pandemic.