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Pullman, Tri‑Cities and Spokane campuses suspend operations due to weather

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Inclement weather is impacting operations on three WSU campuses.

The Pullman campus will suspend operations beginning 2 p.m. today, Jan. 5, until 10 a.m. Friday. All activities beginning at 2pm are cancelled and only essential services, including housing, dining and health services, will be provided. 

All non-essential services at WSU Spokane were canceled today. WSU Tri-Cities suspended operations and closed campus today as well. Only employees responsible for snow removal and maintaining physical infrastructure should report to work.

Employees may work remotely with the approval of their supervisor, or may use leave time.  Suspended operations policies can be found on Human Resource Services’ website.

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