From the provost: WSU ombudsmen here to help

from-the-provost-logoPULLMAN, Wash. – Students don’t cuddle up with the Washington State University student handbook very often. Most professors aren’t keen on diving into the faculty manual, especially after a long day on campus.

These documents provide important guide points for navigating WSU and dealing with situations that arise. Thankfully, there are other, more personable resources to help, including the Office of the University Ombudsman ( It exists to help protect the interests, rights and privileges of students, staff and faculty.

Read all of this blog from interim co-provosts Erica Austin and Ron Mittelhammer at



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