Jan. 24‑25: WSU Regents hold retreat in SeaTac

Entrance to Washington State University's Pullman campus.
Washington State University

PULLMAN, Wash. – The Board of Regents of Washington State University will hold a retreat Jan. 24‑25 in SeaTac, Wash. The retreat will begin with dinner, 6 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 24, Cedarbrook Lodge, Lily Room, 18525 36th Avenue South, SeaTac, WA 98188.

On Friday, Jan. 25, the board will meet 8 a.m.–5 p.m., at the Cedarbrook Lodge, Lily Room.

The Regents will immediately go into Executive Session from 8:00 a.m.–9:00 a.m. with legal counsel to discuss litigation or potential litigation involving the university and to review the performance of a public employee.

Following the Executive Session, the Board will reconvene in open session and follow the agenda below:

I. Welcoming Remarks
II. Board of Regents Portal Rollout
III. Presentation: Student Success
IV. Presentation: WSU Spokane Health Sciences in the Future
V. Regents Lunch
VI. Presentation: Leadership Development and Strategic Initiatives
VII. Presentation: WSU System Strategic Planning
VIII. Action Item 1: WSU Pullman, Baseball Clubhouse, Design and Construction
IX. Action Item 2: WSU Pullman, Baseball Stadium Renovation and Enhancement Project Financing Plan
X. Action Item 3: Increasing Market Demand for Cosmic Crisp®
XI. Public Comment
XII. Closing

In addition, Friday, Jan. 25, at 6 p.m., the Regents will attend a joint social event of the University of Washington and the Washington State University Boards of Regents to be held at the Cedarbrook Lodge, Lily Room, 18525 36th Avenue South, SeaTac, WA.

This notice is being sent by the direction of the chair of the Board of Regents, pursuant to the requirements of the Open Public Meetings Act, chapter 42.30 RCW.

Questions about the Board of Regents meeting and schedule may be directed to Desiree Jacobsen, executive assistant to the Board of Regents, 509‑335‑4200.


Media contact:

Phil Weiler, vice president for marketing and communications, 509‑335‑1221, phil.weiler@wsu.edu

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