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Grant focuses on helping students in recovery
February 12, 2021

Cougar Health Services at WSU has been awarded a $500,000 grant to help colleges and universities across the state bolster support for students in recovery from alcohol and drug addiction.

The Cougar Pride statue at the WSU Pullman campus.
Standing together against antisemitism
February 9, 2021

WSU leaders condemn the defacing of the Holocaust memorial at Temple Beth Shalom in Spokane: “We join so many others in our community in standing against this type of hate and divisiveness.”

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Fall 2021 in Pullman
February 4, 2021

Campus leaders outline efforts so far and describe what’s to come in a new message to the WSU Pullman community.

Caregivers the focus of first town hall of 2021
January 28, 2021

The first COVID‑19 town hall of 2021 included information for caregivers as well as updates on the state’s Phase Finder tool and the outlook for the Fall 2021 semester.

March: National Survey for Student Engagement
January 28, 2021

All WSU first-year students and seniors will be asked by President Kirk Schulz to respond to the National Survey for Student Engagement to help shape future programming at the institution.

Working toward an in-person WSU experience
January 25, 2021

Washington State University is preparing for an in-person Fall 2021 semester and is making its plans in accordance with state and public health guidelines.

WSU launches Cougar Cage funding program
January 25, 2021

The new, competitive funding program matches private donors with worthwhile WSU projects pitched by students, faculty and staff in a format modeled after the popular entrepreneurial TV show ‘Shark Tank.’