WSU President reiterates University’s position on COVID-19 vaccines

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

PULLMAN, Wash. — Washington State University expects all students, faculty, staff and volunteers to be fully vaccinated before the start of the fall semester. As the state’s land-grant research university, WSU has an obligation to serve the public good and promote the health and safety of its communities. The science clearly shows that the COVID-19 vaccine nearly eliminates the chances of death or serious illness related to a COVID-19 infection and is a critical element in protecting public health locally and worldwide.

Washington State University respects the right of individuals to decide whether to get vaccinated. WSU has instituted an exemption process for those who have medical or non-medical reasons for not receiving the vaccine.

Those requesting an exemption will be required to wear a mask and maintain physical distancing and may be subject to other public health measures when on WSU property.

Kirk Schulz
President, Washington State University

Next Story

WSU energy initiatives partner to provide sustainable solutions

The new Institute for Northwest Energy Futures, led by inaugural Director Noel Schulz, is partnering with WSU Extension to come up with ways to better supply energy to the people and enterprises of the state.

Recent News

WSU online MBA programs recognized by CEO Magazine

CEO Magazine has ranked the Carson College of Business online MBA and executive MBA programs as No. 38 out of 78 and No. 22 out of 57 in its 2024 rankings of global recognition.