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New WSU system website unveiled

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The new home page of Washington State University recently made its debut.

A redesigned Washington State University home page that tells the story of the WSU system and its campuses across the state just launched.

The reinvigorated WSU system site features updated university branding as well as a greater emphasis on visuals and social media. The website prominently features each of the university’s six campuses with links to each of their websites.

The website prominently features each of the university’s six campuses with links to each of their websites.

“This new home page enhances our ability to share the WSU story to prospective students and staff while reinforcing the identity Cougs across the world have emphatically embraced,” Vice President for Marketing and Communications Phil Weiler said.

The previous WSU home page essentially served as the website for the Pullman campus. In refocusing the WSU home page on the system as a whole, a need for a Pullman-specific website emerged in much the same way the university’s other campuses have their own websites. That need was recently met with the launch of a new WSU Pullman website.

A pair of hands holding a tablet featuring the new WSU Pullman website.
The new WSU Pullman website features photos, statistics, and other information specific to the Pullman campus.

Updating existing WSU websites to comply with updated WSU branding is an ongoing process. The university debuted modernized branding and marketing materials last year.

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