Pullman‑area youth have something to look forward to this summer: the in‑person Cougar Kids Camp, where they can participate in fun activities like rock climbing as pictured in this 2019 photo.
In-person events are making a comeback at WSU Pullman as vaccine distribution is increasing.
The fund was established more than two decades ago by WSU veterinary students to help animals in need of care but who were either ownerless or their owners could not afford treatment.
Now that places like senior centers, public schools, museums, and parks are gradually increasing operations, WSU’s Center for Civic Engagement is getting ready for an increase in service-learning opportunities for students.
Family Weekend will be mostly virtual April 9–11, offering many interesting and fun ways for students and their families to engage with the University.
The entire Cougar family is invited to step up and participate in WSU’s annual day of giving—#CougsGive—which will launch April 14.
Members of WSU’s International Students’ Council are hosting a virtual International Education Week April 5 through 9 and have dedicated it to WSU’s students everywhere.
Engineering and natural resource sciences students, or those leading student organizations, can apply for a new scholarship established in memory of Susan L. Butts, a dedicated employee in the Office of Student Involvement.
GPSA was created in 1971 to ensure that graduate and professional students’ issues were not lost among the needs of the larger undergraduate population.
WSU students in a senior-level hydraulics engineering class are learning key concepts in hydrology and hydraulics through several bathtub experiments.
Teaching students important independent living skills, such as the ability to cook, is a cornerstone of the WSU ROAR program.
WSU Pullman students now have more spaces to gather safely with the reopening of the Elson S. Floyd Cultural Center and increased in‑person capacity at dining centers around campus.
“I am not an emotional guy, but I just lost it when the immigration officer told me I would be taking the citizenship oath,” said Michael Micheal, a third year doctoral student in the College of Veterinary Medicine.
Put away at the start of the COVID‑19 pandemic, the giant TV on the main floor of the CUB is back, another sign the Pullman campus is returning to life.
The film festival, called Reels with All the Feels, continues this month with “Ballet After Dark” on March 26 and “Disclosure” on March 31, which is also Trans Day of Visibility.
A Student Veterans Awareness training for English 101 faculty members is helping build awareness and understanding for a unique student population.
WSU is the No. 9 seed in the Mercado Region and is set to play the No. 8 seed South Florida in the first round of the tournament Sunday, March 21 in Austin, Texas.