The University is paying for tests for students and making it as straightforward as possible to receive one, WSU President Kirk Schulz said during Thursday’s COVID‑19 town hall.
The new National Guard testing site is open from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesdays through Saturdays.
The hour‑long town hall begins at 4 p.m. Topics include WSU’s COVID‑19 testing efforts, the fall 2020 semester so far, and available services for students including academic advising, tutoring and mental health support.
The Division of Student Affairs has teamed up with students to promote behaviors that help keep the Cougar community at‑large healthy.
The near-empty Pullman campus was an unusual sight for the opening of a new academic year, but it doesn’t mean students, faculty and staff aren’t already hard at work.
The first lecture will be given by Lilliana Mason, an associate professor of Government and Politics at the University of Maryland, College Park, on political polarization. It will take place at noon on Thursday, Aug. 27.
With nearly three decades of experience delivering education at a distance, WSU is using its expertise to make the upcoming fall semester as seamless and enriching for students as possible.
Virtual town halls taking place throughout the month of August will allow members of the WSU community to ask questions and engage with university leaders ahead of the fall semester.
In addition to resources like academic and career advising as well as remote tutoring, WSU is launching a new hotline for academic questions as part of the move to distance learning for the fall semester.
The live broadcast on Youtube will begin at 1 p.m. and last for approximately one hour. Questions can be submitted ahead of time using an online submission form.