Join the WellCoug Champions Network

WSU is committed to encouraging and supporting the health and wellness of all faculty and staff members as part of our strategic planning and system values. To help achieve this goal, Human Resource Services (HRS) is glad to announce the WellCoug Champion Network as part of the WellCoug employee wellbeing program. Our goal is to have a Champion in each department/college or area to ensure all faculty and staff know about the wellbeing offerings and support available to them.

The purpose of the WellCoug Champions Network will be to assist with promoting wellbeing offerings, encouraging a culture of wellbeing, and providing feedback to HRS regarding needs and opportunities. If you are interested in becoming a WellCoug Champion for your department/unit, please first discuss with your supervisor/manager to ensure they support your participation. If approved, email with a short description of why you are interested and the area you would be representing.

Submissions will be reviewed the week of Sept. 4; after reviewing submissions, each individual will be contacted with next steps or further questions. For more information or inquiries, contact

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