First open forum sparks good conversation

Perspectives-logoPULLMAN, Wash. – I want to thank all those who joined our first open forum on the Pullman campus on Monday. Nearly 100 faculty, staff and graduate students attended – not bad for a sunny July afternoon.

Although we covered a wide range of topics, there were a couple of questions that I want to make sure we answer for the benefit of the entire university community.

What does the tuition reduction mean for the institution financially?

Read all of Interim President Dan Bernardo’s Perspectives column here.


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