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Inclement weather updates

The WSU Spokane campus has suspended operations today, Nov. 30, due to inclement weather. WSU Everett has suspended operations until noon. 

Currently, WSU Tri-Cities, WSU Vancouver, and WSU Pullman are open under normal operations, and the university will continue to monitor the weather situation carefully as conditions change throughout the day. Supervisors and instructors are encouraged to practice flexibility for students and employees who are unable to report to campus safely. 

Updates will be available through WSU’s campus alert systems:

Additionally, information is available on the Human Resource Services website providing links to policies and procedures, as well as WSU snow removal and tips for safe driving.

Other useful websites include:

Facilities Operations information on snow closed areas, snow removal, etc.

College/area/unit employees are encouraged to work with their supervisors about remote work/leave options if they are unable to report to work safely. Please contact Human Resource Services at 509-335-4521 or hrs@wsu.edu for additional information or questions.

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