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WSU Board of Regents meeting Jan. 26–27

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PULLMAN, Wash. — The Washington State University Board of Regents will hold its next official meetings on Thursday and Friday, Jan. 26–27, in the Lighty Student Services (LSS) Building on the Pullman campus.

It is anticipated that all board members will attend electronically. Remote public viewing of committee meetings as well as Friday’s board meeting is available as outlined on the Board of Regents website. Members of the public may also view meetings in person in room 401 of Lighty.

Regents are expected to take action on capital projects on the Pullman and Spokane campuses as well as receive updates from several committees and a report from Dave Cillay, chancellor of the WSU Global campus.

Members of the public who would like to address the board during the public comment portion of the meeting can submit a request via the Board of Regents’ website.

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

Find more WSU news online at news.wsu.edu/press-release.

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