New graduate student health care program announced

PULLMAN – Enrolling more, top-quality graduate students is critical if WSU is to fulfill its potential as one of our nation’s leading land-grant institutions, said WSU President Elson S. Floyd in his Perspectives column.
As part of that effort, university officials have been looking into providing health-care options for the spouses and partners of graduate students…
I am pleased to report that Health and Wellness Services, working with the Graduate School and the Attorney General’s office, has come up with the Graduate Student PASS Program. The program is a complement to existing graduate student health insurance and will allow spouses and partners of graduate students enrolled on the Pullman campus to access health-care services through our health center in the Washington Building.

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