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MEDIA ADVISORY: WSU President Schulz to give State of the University address March 27

PULLMAN, Wash. – Kirk H. Schulz, president of Washington State University, will deliver his second State of the University Address to faculty, staff, students and community members at 3:10 p.m. Tuesday, March 27, in the Bryan Hall Auditorium. Q&A and a public reception will follow.

The address will be available by videostream on YouTube at

Outside of Pullman, viewing locations will be at the WSU Spokane Academic Center, Room 20; WSU Tri-Cities East Auditorium; WSU Vancouver, Engineering and Computer Science Building, Room 105; WSU Everett, Room 101; WSU Downtown Seattle Conference Room 1.

More information about the 2018 State of the University address can be found here:

Media Parking: Media with WSU Media Parking Permits and permanently marked media vehicles can park in any green, yellow, red, and blue lots, and metered parking zones.

Please note: Media vehicles are not allowed to park on Veterans Mall or Library Mall.

If media vehicles are unmarked and do not have a permit, they will be allowed to park at no charge in the Daggy Garage starting at 2pm. View the WSU Pullman parking map here

Equipment and streaming: Due to Bryan Hall Auditorium space limitations and ADA access requirements, media with tripods are only allowed in the lower-floor central auditorium reserved area. Please be set-up by 2:50 p.m.. Tripods will need to be able to set up over a row of chairs with a downward slope.

Individual streaming of the address is not advised due to wireless network connectivity limitations in Bryan Hall Auditorium. News outlets interested in streaming the address are encouraged to post and embed the WSU stream, found here:

Media contact:
Matthew Haugen, WSU News, 509-335-0487,

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